Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaway? Bobble Boobs
by Tommy Braswell; email@example.com March 2015
"We've not done our due diligence for the fight against breast cancer and we're trying to step it up," said RiverDogs General Manager Dave Echols.
Stagnant Hoops Attendance Has Colleges Concerned
by firstname.lastname@example.org March 2015
It’s a national epidemic: the popularity of college basketball as a whole is down, indicated by the decreasing number of people showing up for games.
Annual 'First Four' Shines Spotlight on Dayton Region
by Cornelius Frolik March 2015
Today, the NCAA will announce which eight Division I teams are headed to the University of Dayton Arena for the First Four play-in games. Fans come for the basketball, but their dollars stay in cash registers all across the community.
Delta to Sponsor Premium Lounge at Braves' Stadium
by Dan Klepal; Staff March 2015
The Atlanta-based air carrier will sponsor an 18,000-square-foot lounge with walnut wood ceilings, memorabilia displays, two kitchens and a 30-foot-long bar with a marble-slab top --- along with a more casual sports bar with 20-foot-long televisions --- inside the new stadium when it opens in 2017.
Under Armour Replaces Nike as Old Dominion Outfitter
by Harry Minium March 2015
The deal calls for all ODU football and men's and women's basketball players and coaches to exclusively wear Under Armour attire next season, including shoes, athletic director Wood Selig said.
Mr. October to Auction Off Yankee Stadium Lettering
by TOM MAHON; Daily News Staff Writer email@example.com March 2015
Back in 2008, the Yankees began selling off items from their old stadium in the Bronx. Not surprisingly, former slugger Reggie Jackson, aka Mr. October, wanted a couple of mementos.
Fan Takes Out Full-Page Ad in Support of 'Lady Vols'
by John Adams firstname.lastname@example.org March 2015
Tennessee fan Susan Whitlow paid for a full-page ad in Sunday’s News Sentinel opposing UT’s decision to eliminate the Lady Vols logo in all sports except for women’s basketball.
Seven Questions to Ask When Staging a Sports Camp
by Paul Steinbach March 2015
For insight into the staging of sports camps, Athletic Business looked no further than a couple of companies that do nothing but sports camps — and on a grand scale — in a marketplace in which seemingly everybody and his or her former-college-athlete cousin has launched one.
Crew Stadium Announces Naming Rights Deal
by Adam Jardy, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH March 2015
After 16 years of trying, team management found a naming-rights partner to the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States.
Market Research Sought Ahead of Sports Complex Bids
by laura kinsler; Tribune staff March 2015
Pasco County Administrator Michele Baker wants commissioners to approve a $35,000 market study before seeking bids for a third time to develop a sports complex at Wiregrass Ranch.