Month: April 2019

Logo Love Episode Two: Evolution of Brand

In episode two, we dive into how the aesthetic and overall brands of Minor League Baseball teams shift and change over time.

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Jake Plummer Carries Quarterback Lessons into the Startup World

After years on the sidelines in retirement, the Pro Bowl quarterback has entered business world by co-founding ReadyList Sports.

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Gauntlet of Polo Aims to Add Relevance to Niche Sport

The U.S. Polo Association has consolidated three major tournaments and upped the prize pool in an effort to sustain and grow the sport.

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BREAKING: AAF Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy 

In the filings, the league claims assets of $11.3 million and liabilities of $48.3 million. According to the documents, the league has $536,160.68 in cash.

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Giants Search for Ways to Weather Attendance Dip

The team, which finished third or fourth in attendance each of the last eight seasons, currently finds itself 13th in the league.

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Meet the Rising 25: Andrew DiMario of Austin FC

Meet Andrew DiMario, Manager of Sales at Austin FC. A 2016 Ohio Northern University graduate, DiMario is racking up accomplishments in ticket sales.

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International Swimming League Wants to Give Swimming a Permanent Audience

Launching in October, the ISL aims to gain a following with its team-focused format and lineup of swimming stars like Katie Ledecky and Ryan Murphy.

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Oklahoma Baseball Use Effective Communication To Create Positive On-Campus Experiences

The Oklahoma Sooners utilize Teamworks to communicate on game day and beyond with visiting teams, umpires, alumni, and scouts.

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UFC Looks to Asia as Next Frontier of Expansion Efforts

UFC has built footholds on three continents. Now, it’s hoping for a fourth, with China serving as its greatest focal point.

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The Bears Join NFL Team Gym Movement with Bears Fit

The Chicago Bears want their fans to workout like their players. Well, not actually, but at least in a facility that feels the same.

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