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July 29, 2006

Contact: K-MAC Sports, 512.417.9414


K-MAC Sports and TSRS go ‘International’ with race broadcasts


K-MAC Sports Productions of Austin and the Texas Super Racing Series (TSRS) have been proud to bring all five 2006 TSRS races to its fans via Internet, online broadcasts.


Apparently, the word is getting out – to Canada and Europe. Can you say – Italy; Calgary (Alberta) and Vancouver (British Columbia) in Canada?


Through the efforts of Co-owner/Operations Manager Kevin McAdams, K-MAC Sports has been able to “track” the listeners to the last two TSRS broadcasts on the K-MAC web site, www.kmacsports.com.


“We’re pretty surprised – but very happy - with the results of the sampling of our listeners,” McAdams stated. “To know that the TSRS races are drawing international listeners is great for both us and the series. The TSRS staff, headed by owner/founder Mary Ann Naumann; the drivers; and their families and crew members work very hard to put on a great show. They deserve this recognition.”


McAdams revealed that a good majority (45 percent) of the sample of listeners was from Austin, while another 20 percent came from the San Antonio area. Besides the international “outlets,” the other 35 percent of listeners were registered online in the following areas:

· Houston (including Spring)

· Dallas (including Plano)

· Round Rock. TX

· Childress, TX

· Sanger, TX

· Sunnyvale, TX

· Sepulpa, OK

· California (including Salinas and Concord)

· Reston, VA

· Beachwood, Ohio


The TSRS broadcasts have also “powered” K-MAC Sports Productions – which has been in business for just 16 months – to the next level. Since the first TSRS broadcast in March, the K-MAC Sports web site has seen over 20,000 hits in four of the past five months (it should be noted that kmacsports.com also registered 20,000 hits in February).


There have been an average of 1,800 hits on the site on the nights of the last two TSRS races (June 24 and July 15). In the seven-day period following the July 15 race, there were over 6,200 hits to the web site. “It’s obvious those folks were downloading the replay of the broadcast,” McAdams stated, “because there was a lot of bandwidth used in that same period.”


The K-MAC Sports crew is getting ready for the upcoming high school football season and will partner up with another “power” in broadcasting, Clear Channel Communications of Austin. Information will be released soon about the exciting K-MAC/CC partnership.


Information about K-MAC Sports Productions can be found at www.kmacsports.com while information about TSRS can be found at www.manracingpromotions.com.


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