Month: February 2015

How the Atlanta Hawks Took Twitter By Storm

By: Russ Wilde, @RussWildeJr We all have our ‘must-follow’ Twitter accounts. Whether you utilize the medium to catch up on the latest and greatest in the world of KimYe, or […]

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Fully Funded Part 2: Sprint, Kia, Foot Locker, and Sprite Make Major Plays at All Star Game

By: Trace Welch, @twelch88 As noted in my last weekly whip around, the NBA all-star game has grown commercially into a major opportunity for business and organizations to further their […]

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2 Minute Clinic: Interview Tips for Jobs in Sports

By: John Searby, @JohnSearby It’s the day you’ve always dreamed about…your first interview for a job in sports! If you’re lucky and you’ve been smart enough to read this blog […]

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Interview with Pat Richter, Executive Vice President of the Sports Practice at DHR International and Former Athletic Director at the University of Wisconsin

By: Jay Stein, @JStein209 Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Pat Richter, Executive Vice President of the Sports Practice at DHR International and Former Athletic Director […]

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Fully Funded: The NBA All Star Game Sponsors Flood In

By: Trace Welch, @twelch88 The NBA All Star Game has grown as one of the foremost attractive sporting events for sponsors to seek exposure and market growth. The NBA has […]

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Interview with Jacob Turnage, Co-Founder of EB Corporate Sports Marketing

By: Adam White, @FOSAdam Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Jacob Turnage, Co-Founder of EB Corporate Sports Marketing. Jacob, an alumnus of Loyola University, graduated with […]

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In Their Own Words: A Letter to Aspiring Sports Professionals, “If You Know What You Want, Go For It”

Front Office Sports is proud to present the second letter in our new series “In Their Own Words” in which we will have professionals we have interviewed before write letters […]

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2 Minute Clinic: Surviving Your First Sports Job

By: John Searby, @JohnSearby Many young professionals who graduate from college with a degree in Sports Management, or some other field, find themselves disappointed once they finally land that first […]

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Interview with Dr. Andy Gillentine, Associate Dean of Academic Programs for the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management (HRSM) at the University of South Carolina

By: Adam White, @FOSAdam Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Dr. Andy Gillentine, Associate Dean of Academic Programs for the College of Hospitality, Retail and Sport […]

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The Bustling Business of Super Bowl Commercials

By: Trace Welch, @twelch88 Super Bowl Sunday is an unofficial national holiday in the United States of America. This day is marked with food, beverages, large gatherings, and of course, […]

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