Despite Reputation, Lenny Dykstra Launches Financial Management Magazine
by Andrew Cohen February 2008
Despite his reputation, former professional baseball player Lenny Dykstra starts a magazine to help professional athletes better handle their finances.
Buffalo Schools In Midst of $1 Billion Reconstruction Project
by Michael Popke January 2008
Buffalo schools - and their athletic facilities - are in the midst of a massive $1 billion reconstruction project.
With Budgets Tightening, Schools Struggle to Keep Sports Affordable
by Michael Popke November 2007
With budgets continuing to tighten, public schools and communities fight to keep sports affordable - if they can keep them at all.
Consultants Weigh In on Ice Complex Building Plan
by Andrew Cohen October 2007
A small-town ice association procures a federal safety net - but is its building plan solid?
Towels: Customer Service or Money Pit?
by Anne B. McDonnell October 2007
To run a successful towel program, you need tokeep your costs in check and have a good monitoring/inventory system in place.
Against All Odds, Some Swim Clubs Manage to Build Dedicated Pools
by Andrew Cohen June 2007
Building a dedicated pool is beyond the wherewithal of most swim clubs, and yet some organizations manage to get it done.
Keeping a Campus Rec Center's Construction Budget Under Control
by Wayne L. Hughes March 2007
Balancing macro- and microeconomic factors is vital to keeping a campus rec center project's budget under control.
Trade-Offs Required in Getting an Outdoor Pool Built Within Budget
by Andrew Cohen August 2006
Getting an outdoor aquatic facility built within budget often means making some pretty big tradeoffs.
A Lease on New Life
by Marvin Bynum January 2004
The versatility of equipment purchasing programs, especially those offering leased and refurbished equipment, can help ease the financial burden of outfitting a fitness center