ISLANDERS TV'S BROADWAY DEBUT
Any stroll down Broadway in midtown Manhattan usually includes its share of people watching and window shopping. Today there is a new attraction that will certainly make any Islanders fan stop in their tracks. CompUSA, at 1775 Broadway, has an entire 13-foot window dedicated to Islanders TV. The window display has a 55 inch television running Islanders TV content, along with authentic Islanders jerseys and game worn equipment.
The Islanders TV display has a banner hanging which explains all of Islanders TV's content choices, along with a 6 foot tall picture of Alexei Yashin skating out of a computer monitor.
"Visually, the window display is amazing. If you're an Islanders fan, or just a fan of technology, you should check it out. We are really excited about being in Manhattan, and thank our friends at CompUSA for helping us set it all up", Islanders GM Garth Snow said.
Tom Gutman, General Manager of CompUSA, is also excited about the display. "Manhattan is an island also, and we love our Islanders. We're proud to show our support for the team, and we couldn't be happier with the window display."
Anyone who wants more information on Islanders TV can go into the CompUSA store and request a printed handout which includes pictures of Yashin and Ted Nolan. It also has a classic shot of Rick DiPietro posing with Islanders fan Christie Brinkley at a recent game.
To watch Islanders TV, register for free on the front page of islanders.nhl.com.