Kyeong Bae launches new Video Bag

LPGA Player Kyeong Bae to Launch New ProBagAds.com System During Play at LPGA Tour Championship

Orlando, FL, November 30, 2010 – ProBagAds.com, Inc., a leading company at the forefront of next generation sports advertising delivery systems announced that its patented HD sun-readable, multi-media mobile billboard screen system will debut this week on the front panel of LPGA Tour professional Kyeong Bae’s golf bag when she competes in the LPGA Tour Championship at The Grand Cypress Resort in Orlando.

The lightweight, flat screen monitor that has been custom-installed into Bae’s golf bag displays sponsor logos, static billboard ads and full motion video including broadcast commercials and player highlight reels.

“We’ve made advertising on a touring pro’s golf bag affordable,” said Joe Kirkpatrick, owner and player relations representative for ProBagAds.com. “For a fraction of the cost of a traditional golf sponsorship, the ProBagAds.com system gives companies the ultimate flexibility to customize their advertising message to each event market while being part of one of the most unique, innovative and eye-catching ad delivery systems in all of sports. “

“It’s truly groundbreaking,” said John DeNovi, agent for Kyeong Bae and president of DSM Sports Marketing. “The ProBagAds.com screen on Kyeong’s bag allows her to enhance the branding messages of her existing sponsors at tournaments worldwide while allowing her to develop revenue generating opportunities from ad sales to local business owners in each market she plays. Advertising space can be purchased for a single event, multiple events or for an entire season. The flexibility and affordability of the ProBagAds.com screen system opens up new markets for us and we’re very excited about the possibilities.”

In addition to displaying advertising and sponsor messaging, the ProBagAds.com screen system allows Bae the ability to create enhanced fan interactions with social media content from her Facebook and Twitter pages, her career bio and even her 2010 season stats. Future plans call for a series of messages that teach fans how to say “Hello” in Korean and other languages depending on what country the event is located.

Companies interested in advertising on Kyeong Bae’s bag for the 2011 season can contact john@dsmsports.com for detailed information and rates. For more information on ProBagAds, visit www.probagads.com.

Topics: Press Release, Bae, Kyeong

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