One on One: Money Man Kevin Fringer on the Modern-Day Athletic Department
by Paul Steinbach April 2007
Money man Kevin Fringer paints a financial picture of the modern-day athletic department.
Despite Its Size, Texas' State Parks System Is Under-Funded
by Marvin Bynum March 2007
Although it boasts 114 parks covering 600,000 acres, the Texas state parks system is far behind its peers in funding.
by Michael Popke January 2007
Many deaf athletes are as good as Olympic athletes. The only difference is we get much less training. A lot of that has to do with funding.
Naming Rights Deal Pairs a Hospital and Municipal Rec Center
by Andrew Cohen September 2006
Scottsdale is the site of the first naming rights deal pairing a hospital and municipal rec center.
Fitness Industry Helps Raise Money to Fight ALS
by Paul Steinbach May 2006
The fitness industry raises more than 2.8 million to fight ALS at The Bash for Augie's Quest.
Ride On, Cowboys
by Andrew Cohen March 2005
The saga of a new Dallas Cowboys stadium.
Ind. High School Adopts a University-Style Fundraising System
by Michael Popke November 2004
An Indiana school adopts a university-style fund-raising system and gains impressive results
A Strong Foundation
by Michael Popke April 2004
A new breed of booster club emerges as ambitious parent-based organizations take aim at funding major building projects
Minor League Baseball Teams Go Nonprofit
by Marvin Bynum August 2002
Minor-league baseball clubs go nonprofit, while their host communities reap the benefits
After Securing Sponsorships, Don't Leave Sponsors in the Dirt
by Peter Titlebaum & Steve Watson January 2001
After Tackling a Sponsorship, Don't Leave Sponsors in the Dirt