Discount Labels Announces 2013 Bracket Breakdown Online Game

“The 2013 Bracket Breakdown is a great way for distributors and members of the Discount Labels family to get involved for a bit of friendly competition,” says Jennifer LaGrange, Brand Manager for Discount Labels. “It’s easy for people to get started, and Discount Labels’ partnership with Athlon Sports gives participants access to Athlon Sports StatCast and the ability to create leagues and communicate on members-only message boards with other users and friends.”

Unlike many March Madness bracket contests that require an entry fee and a complicated sign-up process, it’s free to register and play the Discount Labels Bracket Breakdown — and participants can jump in at any round. From there, the bracket contest is hinged on points accumulation for each round and game, and players can increase their basketball know-how and chances by checking the Bracket Breakdown site for up-to-date standings, sports news and friends’ picks.

Enter Bracket Breakdown to Receive Order Discounts, too!
Bracket winners aren’t the only ones who will walk away with something extra. All users who register for the game will receive a promo code for 10 percent off all online orders, in addition to free shipping already being offered on the site. Enter NCAA2 at checkout on to slam dunk and save big!

About Discount Labels:
Discount Labels specializes in die cut labels, premier labels, durable labels, printer labels, special application labels, stamps and promotional products for every industry including automotive, construction, healthcare, manufacturing, restaurant and retail. Discount Labels sells only to authorized dealers and distributors. Eligible dealers are active in one of the following: printing, graphic arts, specialty advertising, business forms, packaging and shipping, signs, banners, trophies, rubber stamps, or office products. Established in 1965, Discount Labels has grown to be America’s largest wholesale label supplier. Find more information at and visit us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

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