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The National Sports Marketing Network, opens its 8th Chapter in SAN FRANCISCO on December 5, 6:00-9:00pm at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco. "THE FUTURE OF SPORTS BUSINESS IN THE BAY AREA," moderated by local sportscaster Gary Radnich, features: Courtney Beuchert, McCann-Erickson San Francisco; Anne Cribbs, The Bay Area Sports Organizing Committee; Pat Gallagher, San Francisco Giants Enterprises, LLC; Michael Lynch, Visa USA; and Robert Rowell, Golden State Warriors. Membership is open to sports business professionals only. RSVP: Jennifer Karpf, 617-713-2600.
The authoritative annual research guide and fact book provides the essential numbers for tracking the business of sports. Sections focus on advertising/marketing/sponsorship, facilities, finance and professional services, media, leagues and properties, colleges, and awards, events and industry analysis. Review everything from the latest corporate sponsorships and fan demographics to details of new venues and team transactions. Publishing Date: December 29. Closing Date: December 15. Materials Due: December 17.
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On January 8-9, 2004 the NFL, NASCAR, Olympics, USSF, MLS, USA Football, PGA TOUR, AOL, SMG, Arena Football, ESPN, SONY, TBS, Pepsi, MSG, FleetCenter, Coke, BBDO and 50 other industry leaders will be at Sport Summit at the Marriott Marquis in NYC. With SUPERSESSIONS on Broadcasting sponsored by the NAB and on Facilities, Sport Summit 2004 will be expanding its scope to cover the gamut of issues in the global sports business industry. To secure your registration at the Sport Summit, call Barbara Lecker at 301-493-5500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Street & Smith's SportsBusiness Journal has an immediate opening for a staff writer, covering a variety of sports business beats. Candidates will be asked to file both breaking news stories and analysis pieces while competing in a national marketplace. Adherence to deadlines, both daily and weekly, is expected. Ability to advance stories and incorporate art and research into news writing is important. The job, based in Charlotte, NC, requires some travel. At least two to five years of business reporting is requested. If interested, please send resume and salary requirements to email@example.com.