TCI Goes FREE

TCI Goes FREE

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TCI Goes FREE

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We here at TheClemsonInsider.com are proud to announce that we will now become a FREE site for at least the next year.  After just two months of the current free trial, originally intended to end after our transition to the new Infusion Sports Network, we have seen our membership grow by leaps and bounds.

The goal of TheClemsonInsider.com was, and always will be, to offer unsurpassed coverage and content of ALL Clemson sports, ALL the time.  On top of switching to a new network that will allow much more in depth content, including a national recruiting database, TCI has also been able to continue to add new folks to the staff to help us with that goal.  TheClemsonInsider.com now has over five writers on staff and we are the only site covering Clemson athletics that can say that every staff member either attended Clemson or is currently attending Clemson.  Get the most in-depth coverage of Clemson athletics from Clemson Tigers.

Now with a staff full of Clemson Alumni, Clemson students, former Clemson athletes, and freelance writers too, the site is now positioned to continue cruising towards not only that goal, but one other, which is to keep each and every member coming back for more.

One more goal we have set on top of all others though, is to keep this site not just a “fan” site, but a “family” site.  Many folks have created friendships here that will last a lifetime, and we like to consider the site and its’ members one big family, the TCI family.

We hope that this news will make the current members of this family happy, and we hope that it continues to keep the family growing as it has the past year.  We also hope that you will help us to do that, by helping to spread the word to any Tiger fans you know that TheClemsonInsider is not only the best place to get Clemson sports coverage, but that it is also FREE!!

Register today (for FREE) and become a Clemson Insider.

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