Month: April 2019

Rutgers Draws From Fyre Festival to Celebrate Football Milestone

Rutgers drew inspiration from an unusual source to market the upcoming 150-year-anniversary of the first-ever college football game.

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Full Sail University Anchors Strong Orlando Esports Ecosystem

A vibrant esports economy has emerged in Central Florida, and an industry-leading esports arena at Full Sail is set to boost it even further.

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Connect&GO’s RFID Solutions Improve Live Events For Fans And Venues

The founders of Connect&GO brought several uses for radio-frequency identification technology to the world of live sports and entertainment.

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Celsius Makes Esports Inroads With Echo Fox Partnership

After making its name in the traditional sports sphere, Celsius is ready to take on the esports industry with its first sponsorship deal.

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Barstool Continues Foray into Event Space with Barstool Classic

The Barstool Classic will hit eight cities in its first year, providing the company’s fans and golfers with the chance to compete for $10,000.

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Meet the Rising 25: Benjamin Gallagher of The Checkdown

Meet Benjamin Gallagher: Head of Social at The Checkdown. A graduate of Chapman University, Gallagher has spent time working with some of the world’s largest brands.

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Trio of NFL Players Work Together for A Dunkin’ Retirement

Ricky Jean Francois, Jordan Reed and Sam Shields are building a Dunkin’ empire in South Carolina and Georgia to better set themselves up for retirement.

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How The 2019 Masters Revived ‘The Tiger Effect’

Three years ago, Tiger Woods’ brand was at a low point. But his surprise win at Augusta primes golf’s most famous star for a business comeback story.

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Meet the Rising 25: Austin Cox of Hudl

Meet Austin Cox, Elite Account Executive at Hudl. A graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi, Cox believes in taking calculated risks to succeed.

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Walking Through The AAF’s Bankruptcy Declaration

With the Alliance of American Football filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, stakeholders in the short-lived league could be waiting a while to get paid.

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