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  • 'Caucasian Heritage Night' Cancelled; Team Official Resigns

    by Vincent Penoa The Salt Lake Tribune June 2015

    Caucasian Heritage Night" in Orem came and went in the span of a couple of hours Friday, apparently taking the director of communications for Orem Owlz with it.

  • Former Players Urge UT to Keep 'Lady Vols'

    by Dan Fleser fleserd@knoxnews.com June 2015

    Candace Parker and several other women's and men's basketball alums convened at Smokey Mountain Athletics, a Maryville facility being renovated by former Lady Vols Cait McMahan and Alexis Hornbuckle. The event served as an open house for the public to see the place and mingle with the athletes.

  • Chattanooga Announces Plans for "World Class" Marathon

    by Mike Pare June 2015

    Leveraging Chattanooga's Outside magazine win as America's "Best Town Ever," city officials unveiled what they envision as a world-class marathon race.

  • Atlanta's Olympics Experiences Offer Lessons for Brazil

    by Greg Bluestein; Staff June 2015

    The towering cranes are a fixture in the skyline here, racing to complete the bridges, highways and stadiums that must be knitted together in time for next year's Summer Olympics.

  • Business Bankruptcy Puts VCU Sponsorships in Doubt

    by JACOB GEIGER Richmond TimesDispatch June 2015

    Michael Porter, a university spokesman, said the school did not know how the bankruptcy filing of Health Diagnostic Laboratory.would affect the company's deal with VCU.

  • Bucks Arena Naming Rights Could Fetch $4M Per Year

    by TOM DAYKIN, tdaykin@journalsentinel.com Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) June 2015

    The proposed Milwaukee Bucks arena is far from a sure thing, with its $250 million public funding plan yet to undergo votes by the Wisconsin Legislature and Milwaukee Common Council.

  • 5 Simple Steps to Better Website Advertisements

    by Michael Gaio June 2015

    The trusty website advertisement is a mainstay in many of our customers’ marketing packages. With more than 1.1 million people visiting athleticbusiness.com last year, a banner ad — whether it’s the leaderboard, block ad or a banner in our e-newsletter — can be an efficient way to gain exposure among athletics, fitness and recreation professionals with true buying power. Over the years, we’ve hosted hundreds of ads on our website and learned that the most effective ones have several things in common.

  • Game-Changer? Yahoo to Stream Free NFL Game

    by Jay Greeson June 2015

    The NFL subtly announced this week that later this year it will partner with Yahoo to stream a regular-season game on the Internet. For free. Quite plainly, this could be the biggest sports development in recent memory and could change sports completely. Seriously.

  • MiLB President Vents Over Stadium, Team's Future

    by Joh O'Connor, Michael Martz, Richmond TimesDispatch June 2015

    With local debate silenced on the future of The Diamond, the president and managing general partner of the Richmond Flying Squirrels has issued a public appeal for support for the Double-A baseball franchise.

  • Falcons' Non-Club PSLs Carry Much Lower Price Range

    by Tim Tucker; Staff June 2015

    The stadium's 60,000-plus non-club seats will carry one-time fees for the right to buy season tickets ranging from $500 to $5,500.