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Oklahoma HS Football Preview Magazine Released

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VYPE Magazine and VYPE.com, the nation's fastest-growing high school sports media company with monthly publication presence in 15 states, announces its release of the annual VYPE Oklahoma Football Preview.
 
For the third year, VYPE will bring the fans of Oklahoma high school football the best statewide football preview publication to date. VYPE also announces an agreement with Wal-Mart on an exclusive magazine display. Every Wal-Mart in the state of Oklahoma will be carrying three VYPE football preview magazine displays. The football preview will also be distributed at other statewide retailers and grocers.
 
The 340-page magazine will include team capsules for every high school in the state. Class breakdowns, pre-season All-VYPE announcements, and the best features of the most interesting stories in 2010. The top quarterbacks in the state include Southmoore's Kendal Thompson, Kirby Schoenthaler from Bartlesville, Brayle Brown from Shawnee, and Sawyer Kollmorgan from Jenks. Top juniors feature Heritage Hall's Barry Sanders Jr. The preview will also highlight every schedule of every team.
 
"This has become our flagship product with VYPE Oklahoma and is such a wonderful compliment to our monthly magazines that cover Eastern Oklahoma, Central Oklahoma, Three Rivers, and soon-to-be Northwest Oklahoma," said partner and EIC Austin Chadwick. "We are excited to bring the state another installment of our massive publication for football season. We thank Wal-Mart for their partnership and we feel like our product is a must for fans, athletes, parents, and coaches."
 
Oklahoma Retail Locations:
Wal-Mart – Featured Displays
Barnes & Nobles
Hastings
Borders
Walden's
Book-a-Million
7-Eleven
Buy for Less
Crest Discount Foods
USA/Super D
Harps Food Stores
Homeland Stores
Karls Super Val
 Krause Gentle
Nicholas Dollar Saver
OnCue Express
Reasor's
Sam's Club
Super C Mart
Warehouse Market

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