The popular ride-sharing company, Uber, recently released a list of each state’s most popular ride destination. These locations include places such as bars or restaurants, shopping centers, casinos, and sports venues.
It is common knowledge now that the FCC chose to repeal net neutrality laws in the United States. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the concept of net neutrality, it is a set of rules intended to ensure all Internet traffic is treated equally. With the removal of rules regulating the actions of Internet Service Providers (ISPs), big communication conglomerates such as Comcast or Spectrum have the potential to control what consumers have access to on the Internet, and charge different tiered prices for different services.
The holiday season is upon us, and many people take advantage of this time to travel. After a long 2017, it’s nice to ring in the New Year with family, holiday celebration, vacation – and sports! Find FanWide Events in your area here!
If you are taking time off for Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, or your own holiday festivities, make sure to use FanWide. FanWide’s website (www.FanWide.com) or app (iOS & Android) can help you find a local place to watch your games while you are away from home.
The football season is beginning to wind to an end. The Super Bowl is less than 2 months away and bowl games are nearly here as well. It feels as though the season only just began. And yet here we all are, about to embark on months of football-less despair.
Don’t fret that the college football season is winding to an end. It’s Bowl Season! The college football bowl games have been announced and there are some exciting match-ups this year.
People are starting to gear up for bowl season, and some have even released rankings of the bowl game quality. 40 games will be played from December 16th through the New Year, one of the busiest times for travel. Whether you plan to travel to your team’s bowl game or stay and watch from home, FanWide can help you find a local meetup to watch your game wherever you are.
Here is a list of all the bowl games along with some direct links to FanWide events or search for others at FanWide.com:
The NFL’s Salute to Service games where hosted last week, where teams honored past and present veterans. Many games featured current military members presenting their colors at halftime or before the game. The Indianapolis Colts invited families of fallen soldiers to attend and walk on the field before the game.
Thanksgiving Break is upon us once again which means college students will soon be flocking home to eat all the food in their parent’s houses and sleep in until the early afternoon. Your freedom diminishes before their eyes as you are stuck doing chores and being criticized by family members you only see twice a year.
The house is full of cousins, grandparents, and nosy aunts that are all trying to get in your business. All you want is to watch the football game in peace. With FanWide, you can get away from your family and watch the game with other fans.
You just moved to Seattle from San Francisco for work. On your to-do list is finding a new doctor, new restaurants to order take-out from, new grocery stores, a new cable provider, and trying to understand how the public transportation works. And the worst part: you left your beloved 49ers behind. In San Francisco, you could always count on catching the game with your friends or instantly making new ones since everybody in town was a 49ers fan.
Lucky for you, FanWide is here to help. FanWide is a social networking sports app that allows you to always find other fans of the same team even if you’re not in your team’s home city. Don’t be a stranger in your new home, FanWide strives to help work transplants assimilate to their new city.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is still over 7 months away, but the buzz surrounding the event is already taking over the sport news scene. It is well-known now that the US Men’s National Team failed to qualify for the World Cup. However, not everyone is a loser because of the USMNT loss. There are 32 other teams that DID make it to the World Cup that have fans scattered all over the globe.
The Houston Astros managed to fight their way into the World Series after beating the Yankees 4-3 in the ALCS. And what a time for the Astros to persevere, as Texas needed a reason to celebrate.
It’s been a rough couple of months for Houston after the devastation from Hurricane Harvey left thousands without homes and billions of dollars of damages in its wake. The rainfall from Harvey in Texas and Louisiana alone could have filled the Astrodome 85,000 times over.