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Green Acres: Pac-12 Conference Holding One-Day Sustainability Symposium

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 23 / 17

Pac-12 Conference schools and stakeholders will stage their first sustainability symposium Monday on the eve of next week’s Green Sports Alliance in Sacramento. Recycling, energy conservation and sponsorships sales will be just a few of the ways schools will address sustainability on their cam...

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Media Notes

In New Orleans, Josh Peter writes the development of TV-friendly technology "has outpaced the willingness to pay for it." This week on ABC, golf viewers "might notice the absence of animated flyovers

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NCAA OKs More Bowl Games

Pac Bell Park will host a college football bowl game on December 31, the "same day as — and competing for corporate sponsorship dollars with" — San Jose''s Silicon Valley Football Classic, w

Tags: Colleges, ESPN, NCAA, San Francisco Giants, Walt Disney

Executive Transactions

The Bonham Group promoted Manager of Client Services GREG RIEBER to Dir of Client Services; Account Exec KRISTI THOMPSON to Client Services Project Manager; Research Analyst CORRIE BRUNNER to Market R

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Names In The News

THEY''RE GOING TO DISNEY WORLD: In Orlando, Steve Elling writes that next month, TIGER WOODS "will bring his popular golf clinic for underprivileged youth to Lake Buena Vista, and given the Disney Wor

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ASU Sells Football Field Plots

The ARIZONA REPUBLIC''s Paul Coro reported that AZ State Univ. (ASU) "has sold about everything but the field – until now," as the school has devised a new marketing plan. Fans who pay anywhere

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Facility Notes

In Nashville, Larry Woody reports that TRAC and Dover Motorsports execs met recently "to discuss the possibility of holding some races" at Nashville Superspeedway next year, but TRAC was "turned down.

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Notre Dame Hikes Ticket Prices

The SOUTH BEND TRIBUNE''s Al Lesar reported that the Univ. of Notre Dame (ND) has instituted a "four-year plan to offset the cost of doing business in big-time college athletics."  The first part of t

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KN/SRI's Attention Study

NJ-based Knowledge Networks/Statistical Research Inc. (KN/SRI), issued findings from their database project, "How People Use Sports TV." KN/SRI asked respondents who watched the ''02 Super Bowl, Dayto

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Eight Home Games For OH State

The DAYTON DAILY NEWS'' Doug Harris reported that with the addition of the Pigskin Classic, OH State''s (OSU) football team "will be playing an unprecedented eight home games this fall – meaning

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Franchise Notes

NEXT CHALLENGE: The Grizzlies formally named Jerry West as President of Basketball Operations, and in Memphis, Ronald Tillery reports that West signed a multi-year contract valued at nearly $5M annual

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