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Athletico Ends Sponsorship Of Cubs, Will Maintain Partnerships With Other Area TeamsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 02 / 14
See the full listing for ATHLETICO Illinois-based physical therapy provider Athletico "has decided to stop sponsoring" the Cubs "after seven years," according to Corilyn Shropshire of the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. Athletico President Mark Kaufman said that the two parties "had a l...
The MICHIGAN DAILY’s Benjamin Singer reported that "approximately 3,200 fewer students" purchased Univ. Of MI football season tickets than did so last year. After selling nearly 22,700 tickets i
The RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER’s Chip Alexander reported that NC State Univ. announced "a record 30,344 season tickets had been sold for the 2001 season, an increase of 20 percent from last year."
Louisville "could be in the running" for an MLS franchise, according to Dave Koerner of the Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL. Greater Louisville Sports Commission Exec Dir Andy Jugan said that "talks are co
Royals VP/Marketing & Communications MIKE LEVY has resigned after six seasons with the team. Levy, who is "leaving the team to pursue other opportunities," will be replaced by CHARLIE SERAPHIN, who ha
Fantasy Sports, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Silverstar Holdings, Ltd. and TheInsiders.com, have reached an agreement under which TheInsiders.com will exclusively distribute the Fantasy Cup Coll
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 10:30pm ET 60-minute edition of FSN''s "National Sports Report" led with Giants-D''Backs, followed by White Sox-Red Sox. The first non-MLB report was Lance Armstrong winning
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CHASING JEFF: In Dallas, Richard Alm wrote that the sale of the NHL Panthers "is likely to cost" the Stars and MLB Rangers Exec VP/Marketing & Communications JEFF COGEN. Sources said that the Panthers
Cincinnati-based Worldwide Sports Inc. exec Chris Spencer said that due to "escalating pressure" from Congress, higher education leaders and 22 schools, three college basketball tournaments scheduled
A 100-foot-tall billboard across from MSG featuring Univ. of OR (UO) QB Joey Harrington (see THE DAILY, 6/7), which touts Harrington for the Heisman Trophy as "Joey Heisman," is "both an eye-catcher a
FLORIDA TODAY’s Bill Vilona reported that "ten years after officially becoming the ninth member" of the ACC, the FL State Seminoles "are reaping benefits no one envisioned." Despite "all of the