Month: May 2019

Professional Basketball Combine Prepares Overlooked Prospects For The Pros

The PBC provides a number of prospects not invited to the NBA Draft Combine with the opportunity to show their skills and prepare for the future.

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Inside The Huddle: Group Expectations with Michael Taylor

After ten years on the business side of pro basketball, Michael Taylor has learned how valuable persistence and personal branding are in ticket sales.

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“I Thought This Was a Good Deal”: AAF Vendors Speak Out

Amidst the spring football league’s collapse, countless vendors are still waiting to get paid for services rendered.

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8K Solutions Improves Safety For NCAA Videographers

A number of college football programs turn to 8K Solutions to combat the safety risks that come from filming practices on scissor lifts.

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Team IMPACT Aims to Make Bigger Ripples in College Communities

The eight-year-old nonprofit has big plans to continue impacting children, their families and college communities throughout the country.

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Inside The Huddle: Premium Sales with Naimah German

German will lend her expertise on premium sales at the Front Office Sports Ticketing Huddle at the Oakland Coliseum on May 10.

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Michelob ULTRA Grows its Brand Alongside Brooks Koepka

Even Michelob ULTRA would have been hard-pressed to imagine Brooks Koepka’s success and impact on its brand after partnering with the golfer two years ago.

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Meet The Rising 25: Josh Keiles of The National Sports Forum

Meet Josh Keiles: VP of Business Development at the National Sports Forum. A former football player, Keiles credits his success to strong relationships.

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Inside the XFL’s New TV Deals

With nine months to go until its first game, the XFL has locked in its lineup of broadcast partners for all 43 regular season games.

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Why Fewer Ad Breaks are Coming to the Super Bowl

Fox will be cutting back the number of commercial breaks for the big game by one, having only four breaks per quarter instead of five.

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