Internet Sweepstakes Cafes come to Massachusetts
Massachusetts, December 7th 2010- Internet Sweepstakes Network (ISN) a leading provider of internet sweepstakes software recently announced a Franchise Opportunity for Massachusetts Investors to start their own Internet Sweepstakes Business. In order to encourage investors ISN has drastically reduced the costs for new investors to get on board.
Sweepstakes are as old as time and today it is among the fastest growing strategies used by businesses to create brand awareness and increase sales. An estimated budget of $3 million dollars is spent annually by businesses just on sweepstakes promotions alone. It was inevitable that with the advent and growth of the internet that sweepstakes would expand to the web.
The wave of Internet Sweepstakes Cafés have been making their way across the United States and now investors in Massachusetts can now have their share of the proverbial pie. Some investors may already have the infrastructure to include this opportunity within their existing business. Retail store owners, deli and bowling alley operators can easily integrate an Internet Sweepstakes Café in their businesses and drastically increase their income potential. The opportunity is also available for anyone wanting to start a brand new business primarily focused on providing an Internet Café or Gaming Center.
ISN is providing this opportunity that is chocked full with value at an unheard of price and the only catch is that investors donate 10% of their net proceeds to a charity through www.SweepstakesCharity.org, which has many relationships with registered charities.
Sweepstakes cafés need to be properly outfitted to be successful and ISN is prepared to give each Franchise owner all the necessary tools to run a profitable café.
Casey Rooks, director of investor relations relays, “There is so much that goes into running a business of this nature. Each franchise will need multiple computer systems for internet access, the Internet Sweepstakes system server, POS for sweepstakes prize validation and management, administrative, promotional and gaming software for the sweepstakes industry.” She goes on, “We are prepared to provide all the required software to investors but more than that we are going to give them the support and service they need to enable them to run profitable businesses. Our courteous and professional staff is more than ready to provide them with all the support they need. The average cafe has 40 terminals, this is a big investment with big rewards”
With this promotion ISN plans to over deliver on value and give investors a chance to quickly multiply their initial investment and establish a relationship with a local or regional charity through www.SweepstakesCharity.org
To find out more about this Franchise opportunity please contact 1-877-WIN-CAFÉ or Visit www.InternetSweepstakesForum.com
ISN is based in North Carolina and is best known for developing a software that was labeled "ISS 1.0 The Ban Buster" a software that was launched on Black Friday" ISN recently partnered with Bubbles Electronics out of Hong Kong and is expected to leading software provider in North America after the launch of several key states.
In related news, in High Point, N.C. North Carolina civil attorneys working with lawyers from the Internet Sweepstakes Network are asking a trial court judge to delay the enforcement of his order preventing police and sheriffs from turning off certain types of sweepstakes machines while the order is up for appeal.
The Attorney General's Office asked Guilford County Judge John Craig to stay his order that define a portion of the ban on video or Internet-Sweepstakes-Based machines that took effect last week unconstitutional. His ruling said one catchall provision was too broad of a statement and infringed on free speech rights.
Special Deputy Attorney General Mark Davis wrote if the order is not delayed, people who are operating what lawmakers have deemed illegal gambling will be able to evade prosecution.
The state asked the Court of Appeals to review Craig's ruling says an unidentified cabinet chairperson. "It seems that after more research the loss of employment was taking a bigger toll on the economy than lawmakers had forcasted, some lawmakers are collectively re-thinking their position. " says Casey Rooks, spokesperson of the Internet Sweepstakes Network (ISN), Inc. (ISN) has helped in the fight to save sweepstakes cafes in North Carolina.
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