San Francisco Giants fans -- help us out!

Mar 5, 2012 at 9:00 AM--


Back in 2009, we started a San Francisco Giants baseball fan site to compliment 49erswebzone.com. It started as ExtremeGiants.com, a name that was always meant to be temporary. This week, we started our rebrand and transition from ExtremeGiants.com to Giants365.com.

One problem is that Facebook Fan Pages do not allow name changes if you have over 100 fans. Rather than delete 750 fans to get down to that limit, we have decided to just start a new Facebook Fan Page and hope you can help us get back up in our number of fans.

Helping us out is easy. If you are a Facebook member, just click on the "Like" button below.



You can also visit the page directly at http://www.facebook.com/giants365 and click the "Like" button.

Feel free to join the community there as well. Like all of our network sites, you can even log in with your 49erswebzone.com username and password. The forum can be found here: http://www.giants365.com/forum/

We appreciate this very much and hope that the rest of the transition goes smoothly.

The Webmaster





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