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THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY is expanding its editorial staff and is seeking an entry-level staff writer for our office in South Norwalk, CT. Applicants should have an excellent knowledge of the industry and solid writing skills. Ability to work under deadline, strong interpersonal skills and computer efficiency a must. Please fax resume and writing samples to Abraham Madkour at 203- 857-5590. No phone calls.
It's not only an amazing microprocessor, it's an adventure. Have you always wanted to see the world? Visit far destinations such as San Francisco, Paris and Hong Kong? Then here's your chance! Intel and the new Pentium(R) II processor bring to you the World Expedition Sweepstakes where you can enter to win a trip for 2 around the world, plus a new Pentium(R) II processor-based system and a digital camera. To enter, you simply need to locate hidden clues on a few cool multimedia web sites, including InterZine (sports tips of the week), MTV (interact with MTV's newest live show), GameSpot (weekly game review), Hollywood On-line (the latest movie previews), Mplayer (online multiplayer gambling) and HotWired (RGB Gallery for those multimedia artists). Visit the sites, collect the clues, enter your answers, and you're on your way for a chance to win! You can also enter by postcard when you visit the official rules and registration area at intel.com.
We are pleased to announce the opening of nominations for the 1997 SPORTS INDUSTRIALIST OF THE YEAR. As you know, this award is for the one sports industry executive -- or organization -- that best embodies our vision of the sports industry during the year. We're looking for those who see sports as we do: namely, sports as entertainment, sports as a distinct industry, and sports as a global business. Nominees should have a clear and definable impact on the industry, work daily to further its strength and growth, exemplify leadership, and demonstrate creative and innovative thought. Additionally, they should be people or organizations to which the honor will have meaning. There'll be no kissing-up here. The winner will be selected by the editorial staff of THE DAILY and announced in December. Nominations can be made by clients of THE DAILY in writing, on video, or in person. NOMINATIONS ARE DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14. Please call if you have any questions.