More than 33 million Americans are planning on betting this NFL season, with sportsbooks reporting an expected increase in wagers. Saturday betting volume could be down up to 70% with a light college football load, but that could translate to bigger Sundays.
Nike says it designed the new line by “combing through pregnancy data findings with analytics from more than 150,000 comparison scans of non-pregnant women against those of pregnant women,” and gathering feedback from around 30 female athletes who were pregnant or postpartum.
Now more than ever, fans want to show their favorite teams how much they support them. Even if they can’t be there in-person, they are craving ways to be at the game.
Cardboard Fans from Coyote Promotions allows fans to purchase cardboard cutouts of themselves that can then be placed within your stadium. These can also be easily incorporated into sponsor activations, or other promotional activities.
While your revenue grows, your athletes can also look into the stands while they compete and know that until things get back to normal, someone has their back. Schedule a call with Coyote Promotions today to learn more.
The Return: How Resuming Sports Can Learn From Tourism
Front Office Sports teamed up with Satisfi Labs, the interactive search company that creates custom and conversational search engines for destinations and experiences, to examine the tourism sector and provide insights into how they have been able to reopen safely.
What You Will Learn:
– What the main concerns of fans/tourists are while visiting events and attractions.
– How a switch in focus to digital engagement has impacted fan interest.
– What measures can be taken to keep fans and visitors safe.
– What lessons resuming sports can learn from attractions that are already open to the public.