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Colorado Chill and Pro Sports Radio Agree to Weekly Radio Show

January 5, 2005 - National Women's Basketball League (NWBL) - Colorado Chill News Release

FORT COLLINS, Colo. - The Colorado Chill announced today that they have reached an agreement with Pro Sports Radio to air a weekly radio show each Wednesday during the 2005 season announced team General Manager Aaron Moore.

"The opportunity to work with Bob Eres and Pro Sports Radio will be very positive for our team and our league," said Moore. "This will give fans of women's basketball a wonderful medium in which to learn more about the Chill and the NWBL."

The weekly show will cover topics like past games, upcoming games, players, coaches, the league and upcoming appearances for the Chill. Moore and Eres will also take a look

"We are very excited about creating a new partnership with the National Women's Basketball League, and in particular with the Colorado Chill," said Eres, President of Pro Sports Radio. "This is a great opportunity to be involved with one of the most up and coming sports in the country."

Chill fans and fans of the NWBL can access the weekly show by clicking on the Pro Sports Radio logo on the Chill website. You can also access the link to the show by cutting and pasting this link into your browser: http://prosportsradio.com/audio_files/Audio/chillradioshow.mp3.

Pro Sports Radio, member of the National Association of Broadcasters, produces weekly radio shows such as "Puck Stop", "Football Report", "Basketball Dunk", "Giant Steps" and "Let's Talk Baseball". It also provides timeless short form features of famous athletes and provides live game updates to radio stations and other media outlets across North America.

The Chill will make their 2005 debut in Colorado on January 9th when they take on the Chicago Blaze at the Budweiser Events Center. The regular season is scheduled to begin on January 15, when the Lubbock Hawks visits Colorado.

Season tickets can be purchased for as low as $112 per seat by calling Aaron Moore at Triple Crown Sports at 970-223-6644. Individual game tickets are also on sale, and can be purchased online at www.comcasttix.com, by phone at 877-544-8499 or at the Budweiser Events Center Box Office.

The NWBL is a six-team league that features more than 25 active WNBA players. Other teams in the league include the Birmingham Power (Birmingham, Ala.); Dallas Fury (Dallas, Texas); Chicago Blaze (Naperville, Ill.); San Jose Spiders (San Jose, Calif.) and Lubbock Hawks (Lubbock, Texas). For more information on the NWBL, please visit the official league site at www.nwbl.com.

Upcoming Events

The Colorado Chill team will be at the Foothills Fashion Mall in Fort Collins, Colo. on Friday, January 7th from 5:30 - 7 p.m. Be one of the first 500 fans to visit the Chill table and you will receive one free general admission ticket to opening night on January 15th against the Lubbock Hawks. The first 500 fans will also have the option of picking up tickets to Sunday's exhibition game against the Chicago Blaze.

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