Boston Marathon Participation Most Since '96 Wrigley Field Celebrates 100 Years Dolan Already Opposing Jackson Decisions NHL Salary Cap Likely Between $69-70M Classified Advertisements MacLean Sorry For French Ref Comments BigTeams Tabs Clay Walker As CEO, Gains Funding Subway Breaks Into EPL With Liverpool Deal Red Sox' Grossman Profiled Glendale Won't Get State Funds For SB
SBD/August 28, 2013/Classified AdvertisementsPrint All
Increase your company's exposure in the sport business marketplace and get your message in front of the industry's top executives. For more information on placing a classified in SportsBusiness Daily, please contact Heather Taylor at 704-973-1525 or email@example.com.
The NHL is coming off a year that, despite a shortened season, saw strong results in viewership and attendance. With attention now focused on the season ahead, the league aims to build upon that momentum and generate additional growth. Before the first puck is dropped, we’ll examine the marketing strategies planned by the league and teams, the activation plans in store among sponsors, and what television partners have in the works to keep fans focused on hockey.
Publishing Date: Sept. 23 Ad Close: Sept. 9 Materials Close: Sept. 11. For more information, contact Julie Tuttle, National Director of Advertising at 212-500-0711 or firstname.lastname@example.org.