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v5, the exclusive online marketer of FernandoVarela.com, was very proud to have helped the UFL last week in helping to bring fans to the October 22 Florida Tuskers game at the Citrus Bowl. Through a strategy of connecting with football fans in Orlando and as well as Orlando media outlets on Twitter and Facebook, v5’s campaign brought people to the game. We had a blast. Can’t you just tell from the face of @papijulio?


Here are some pictures of the game and of the section we helped to fill: v5’s UFL Photo Album

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v5, LLC, a premier online marketing and social media company founded by Julio Ricardo Varela and the exclusive online marketer of www.fernandovarela.com, has secured 1,000 free tickets to the October 22 UFL game at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando, FL between the Florida Tuskers and the California Redwoods. Here is information about the game from the UFL’s official site:


Game Day Information

In Week 3’s match-up, the number one team in the league, the Florida Tuskers, lead by head coach Jim Haslett, are taking on Dennis Green’s California Redwoods. Last week, Florida’s QB Brooks Bollinger went 26 for 36 with 310 passing yards in Florida’s domination of the Las Vegas Locos. California’s QB Mike McMahon had a good showing in his game against the New York Sentinels, having 157 total yards.  This week, we will see if Haslett’s 2-0 Tuskers will continue their league domination or if Green’s Redwoods will be able to stop them in their place. Tune in to Versus at 7:00 PM ET to see all the great plays.

This game will be televised nationally by Versus. If you are interested in joining us, do the following:

1. Follow us on Twitter at this link: @julito77

or comment on this blog.

2. Send us a direct message saying you are interested in tickets. There is no limit on the tickets you want.

3. We will DM you back with details on how to pick up your free tickets at the WILL CALL booth at the Citrus Bowl.

That’s it. Get your free ticktets now!



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