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Get ready to hit the links as SportsBusiness Journal's January 21 special report takes to the greens. The section will include a look at the latest trends in the golf business as the 2002 PGA Tour season begins. From courses to clubs and players to promotions, learn who will make an impact on and off the fairways during the upcoming campaign. You can look like an ace if you contact your SportsBusiness Journal advertising representative, or Tom Kilby, Ad Director at 212-880-6715 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Space Reservation Deadline: January 7.
Top sports marketing agency seeks Project Manager to handle on-site management of golf-focused promotional series in 2002 for multinational client. Candidate needs good communication skills and some event experience. Please call Chelle Joyner at (203) 977-0526.