Month: September 2018

‘College Colors Day’ Increases Fan Participation Throughout the Season

The IMG College Licensing team has been hard at work this season to provide a unique voice for fans to express their game day pride

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Why Georgia Brought New Concourse Experience to Sanford Stadium

Josh Brooks, Deputy Athletic Director for Operations at the University of Georgia, breaks down why the university leveraged storytelling at Sanford Stadium.

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How the Upcoming Midterm Elections Could Affect the Sports Industry

The sports industry may be affected by various candidates and ballot measures ahead of November’s midterm elections.

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Rob Perez’s Journey from Ticketing Entrepreneur to NBA Personality

Rob Perez AKA World Wide Wob talks his emergence onto NBA Twitter, advice for breaking into the content creation space, and lessons he’s learned along the way.

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Three Perspectives on What It’s Like to Work in the NFL

Want to work in the NFL? There’s a lot more to it than a passion for the game of football. 

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SMU Wants to Bring Tailgate Experience Inside Stadium With ‘The Stables’

A college athletics first, the “party platform” looks to add a new dimension to the gameday experience for students.

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NWHL Sees Bright Future After Scoring First Team-Specific Sponsorship Deal

TRIA’s three-year deal with the Minnesota Whitecaps is a historic milestone for the league.

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RCD Espanyol’s Youth Academy Becomes a Model for US Soccer

With half of its players coming through its youth academy, RCD Espanyol is a model for American development academies.

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How Jack Irving Evaluates Talent and Promotes Diversity at Toyota Racing Combine

Irving and the TRD team recently held a three-day driver combine at Irwindale Speedway, where six of the eight drivers were female competitors.

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