1,500 Hits!

It feels like no more than 10 days ago, we posted thanking everybody that stumbles upon Home Field Advantage and helping us reach 500 views.

Well, either you love what we’re writing, or you continue to accidentally fall on our page and scan over what we write. Either way, thanks to everybody out there in the Internet World, we’ve hit 1,500 views in only our fifth week of action!

Incredible guys. Absolutely incredible. Thank you to everyone out there that reads our posts and comments on them in various ways, be it in person, through social networks or online. We really appreciate everything you say and we take it all into consideration when we put together the blog.

A huge special thanks to the sports communication professionals that have helped us out thus far: George Castle, Aaron Hooks, Julie Adelsberger, Will Yoder, Steve Berman and Jason Kirk. Each one of you was kind enough to take time out of your busy schedules to come on our radio show and simply talk sports. We cannot thank you enough and we owe a great deal to our progress with this site to you.

Please keep reading our content on the blog, and feel free to comment and let us know where we can improve. We’re a work in progress, but we are in love with this project idea and with the success we’ve been having, we hope to continue writing this blog for a long time to come.

Thanks everybody!

-Greg Kaplan & Kaiti Decker


About Home Field Advantage
We are two senior Sports Communication majors at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. We have launched this blog as part of our senior year capping project, with the goal of creating a comparative analysis and multimedia approach to the differing sports cultures in America.

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