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When asked, if the athletes participating in the games will be getting tickets for their family on preferential basis, Ramachandran said any request made, would be forwarded to Fanatic Sports.
Anant Roongta, Director of Fanatic Sports said, "India is a sports loving nation and we have seen a growth in demand for our sports tour packages especially for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
The first thing I recommend is for you to locate the company's resident fanatic.
Fanatic Fans has enlisted street teams to reach out to game attendees before, during and after the games.
Fanatic Fans, a sub-development of Calibrus Inc, announced on Monday an apps partnership with Grand Canyon University.
Social media and mobile applications company Calibrus Inc (OTCBB:CALB) announced on Monday that a Fanatic Fans mobile application is now available for download in the Android Market.
CYPRIOT security authorities are examining information received about the presence of fanatic Greek Orthodox Christians, believed to be planning demonstrations against the Pope when he visits on June 4.
Abul Einein Stresses Fanatic Presence in the Camp is a Flight of Fancy
The Fanatics were out in force at Wimbledon, fanatically showing their fanatic support for Australia's Lleyton Hewitt.
very or overly enthusiastic or devoted <a fanatic supporter>
LANCASTER -- When Osvaldo Hernandez was in his teen years, he was a "Star Wars" fanatic.
The family and friends of tragic soccer and fitness fanatic Mark Dearlove have pulled out all the stops to raise pounds 500 for the Great North Air Ambulance.