SOURCE: Hoobly

January 22, 2008 12:17 ET

Sports Fans Can Find Creative Places to Stay in Phoenix With Hoobly

Online Expert to Discuss How Football Fans Can Have All the Comforts of Home

PITTSBURGH, PA--(Marketwire - January 22, 2008) -, the leading free online classifieds site, has made it easier for New England and New York fans to find a comfortable place to stay for the big game with unique Phoenix area rentals.


There are alternatives to the high price travel packages for fans going to the big game. Those looking to avoid the over-priced hotel crunch can turn to online classifieds.

Local rental organizations and individuals are listing houses for rent during the week of the big game at Renters can find large spaces with all the comforts of home. Some options even include all the amenities of a hotel like swimming pools, daily cleaning services and fresh towels and linens. Rentals span from one day to one week. Football fans can visit, type in "Phoenix" in the search box and set the Radius Search to find rentals in Phoenix and the surrounding areas.

To speak with Founder, Peter Grigor, about how local online classifieds are changing the way people plan vacations contact Dawn Sullivan or April Byron at or (781) 684-0770.

About Hoobly

Hoobly is a free online local classifieds site that combines the power of an online marketplace with dynamic local searches. Hoobly's unique smart local search works based on proximity to a user's specified location to give buyers and sellers new freedom over where they search, versus other sites that limit users to the most populated cities. Hoobly's Radius Search allows easy browsing across state or country lines and lets users quickly see the items for sale in their surrounding area, while giving sellers a fast and effective way to reach local and national buyers without paying transaction fees. More than 500,000 listings have already been placed on Hoobly to buy, sell and rent items and services. To see what's new in your area, visit Hoobly at

Contact Information

  • Contacts:
    Dawn Sullivan and April Byron
    Schwartz Communications
    Email Contact
    (781) 684-0770