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NHL Fan Fair Gives Fans Look at New Coaching Tool in VR Game

Fans at the NHL Fan Fair in San Jose will get a first-look at the SAP-NHL Coaching Insights App in a virtual reality game.

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The Stronach Group Seeks to Grow Pegasus World Cup and Attract New Fans

By creating this new event, the team behind it is aiming to attract new fans with upscale entertainment and hospitality experiences.

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Inside The Huddle: Eric DeSalvo Breaks Down a Winning Platform Strategy

When developing a platform strategy, Eric DeSalvo recommends digital marketing professionals keep in mind four words when deciding what content goes where.

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Former NFL Player Andrew Hawkins Is Building a New Career Playbook

Former NFL wide receiver Andrew Hawkins worked hard on himself during his playing career to set himself up for a successful future.

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Minor League Baseball Connects Women to Help ‘Lift’ Careers

Looking to enhance careers, as well as retain and advance women in professional careers, Minor League Baseball launched the LIFT Mentorship Program.

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What CBS Sports HQ Hopes to Accomplish During Super Bowl Week in Atlanta

CBS Sports HQ will be on the ground in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII with more than 30 hours of live streaming content during the week.

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A Coffee Bean Analogy Helped Build Damon West Into an Inspirational Speaker

Damon West’s story of warning and hope captivates audiences across the country, including Clemson football head coach Dabo Swinney.

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Inside The Huddle: Monetizable Social Assets With Jonah Ballow

Ballow reminds aspiring digital professionals that the real key to creating monetizable assets is simple, in theory: make good, unique content.

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Why the Premier Lacrosse League and Women’s Professional Lacrosse League Joined Forces

The new partnership will see the two leagues collaborate with an emphasis on co-hosted events, youth initiatives, broadcast exposure, and new media.

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How Toyota Forged Its Place in the ‘Can’t-Miss’ Super Bowl of Midget Racing

For the last few years, Toyota has backed 10 percent of the 300-plus drivers attempting to race their way into the A-main on the final night of racing.

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