Monday, February 23, 2009

IceMan Registration Approaching Fast

The picture above was part of the email that past participants received today about the 2009 IceMan registration process. If you look closely you'll see my brother Mark on the far left(Specialized jersey), myself # 361(Specialized jersey), next is Jeff Melcher from the WORS Series(white helmet w/ orange & black jersey), and on Jeff's left is a good friend from my old neighborhood, Tim Collins # 353. Make sure that you set a reminder for the 27th of this month as I have a feeling that the 2500 spots will fill quickly. Below is more info from the email that I copied into this post. Pedal on...

Registration for the 2009 Iceman Cometh Challenge opens on Friday February 27th at 7:00 PM (EST). You can find a link to the SportsBaseOnline registration system on the Iceman home page as well as under the registration header of event details. The limit for online registrations is 2,500 spaces for both Iceman and the Meijer Slush Cup (combined). Once again we'll have a counter on the Iceman home page so everybody can keep track of the current registrations.

The Meijer Sno-Cone event for children under 10 will have a separate registration page so parents can sign-up their children throughout the summer.

SportsBaseOnline has worked tirelessly over the last few months to bring their new registration platform online in time for this year's Iceman registration opening. I am sure that you'll notice how easily the registraion process flows.
Save yourself some stress and create a "profile" in the SportsBaseOnline system for yourself right now so you don't have to enter all of your data in a frenzy next Friday night! It's free, easy and very quick! You can even create a "team profile" that includes your friends (just look for the "Add Friend" button) so you can register them with just a few clicks and pay all in one transaction!

Now get on your bike and start riding. Spring will soon be here!

Steve Brown
Iceman Promotions, Inc.

1 comment:

rusty wrycza said...

Darned nice denial of service attack

The server at is taking too long to respond.

this is what happens when amateurs design a www site/service...

oh well - that put the Icing on IceMan