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The Case of Thuuz A New Way to Watch Sports

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It doesn’t matter what time of day you turn on the TV, you can always find sports. Not just one channel, but multiple channels and unless you are the most serious of sports fans, you don’t want to sit through hours of boring non-action in the hopes that the event will end up being the game of the week, complete with a close score, roaring crowds, and action that makes you sit on the edge of your seat with your heart pounding, ignoring everything else going on around you.

If that’s you, you’re certainly not alone. In fact, many people share your desire to find the only the best sports action while steering clear of the yawner games. This is where Thuuz comes on to the scene. This is another example of one person who noticed that a group of people had a need and his entrepreneurial spirit took over. He understood that meeting that need could mean a thriving business where he could do something he enjoys and make a lot of money in the process.

Thuuz is a website that allows you to register for the sports that interest you. They don’t have all sports but more are being added regularly. Once you register, Thuuz keeps you updated on the action by assigning an excitement score to each game. If the games reaches a high excitement score, Thuuz will e-mail you letting you know that you should tune in. Thuuz also lets you know how to tune in, when you should tune in, and where to find it. They don’t give away any of the nail biting details of the game but they tell you where to find it.

Thuuz was started with only $100,000 in startup funding but has since received venture capital money while continuing to grow rapidly.

If you think you’re too far along in your career to become an entrepreneur, consider this: the company was conceived by a 42 year old man while sitting at home finding himself disappointed by the boring games he was continually finding. What may seem like the smallest of problems may actually generate the largest of profits.

If you have a great idea, don’t put it in a drawer. Start planning it out today and get your company started. There is plenty of help out there for the budding entrepreneur. The worst action you can take is no action at all!