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PBR Positions Spring Las Vegas Event As "Major," With Added Outdoor ConceptsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 21 / 15
PBR has "positioned its Last Cowboy Standing competition, held Memorial Day weekend in Las Vegas, as one of its four 'major' events on the Built Ford Tough Series schedule and has planned a massive 'spring break' festival around it," according to Josh Carpenter in this week's SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL....
By Joe Oliver, Correspondent NASCAR Chair & CEO Brian France delivered a keynote address Wednesday to open Street & Smith’s Sports Group’s fifth annual Motorsports Marketing Forum, emphasizing, “It al
Chicago tennis promoters will try to bring a “coed tennis version of the Ryder Cup to Millennium Park next summer,” according to Phil Arvia of the DAILY SOUTHTOWN. A source said the concept has the ap
L.A.-based Pro Sports & Entertainment Inc. (PSEI) has entered into agreements to purchase the three-year-old American FreeSki Tour (AFT) from promoter Craig Elledge. PSEI will merge the AFT with its C
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L.A. Marathon Inc. partners William Burke and Marie Patrick sold their controlling interest in the race to Chicago-based Devine Racing for over $15M, according to Patrick McGreevy of the L.A. TIMES. B
By Joe Oliver , Correspondent Fox Sports President Ed Goren The Street & Smith’s Sports Group Sports Media & Technology conference concluded in N.Y. yesterday, and during a panel discussion, titled “The Future of Televised S ...
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By Joe Oliver, Correspondent Street & Smith’s Sports Group’s Sports Media & Technology 2004 conference began yesterday at the InterContinental Barclay New York. The following presents highlights from
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ESPN “wants more money to bring the Great Outdoor Games back to Madison,” but the city does not “know how much more,” according to James Edward Mills of the WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL. ESPN Senior VP/Pro
Some runners with entries in the ING N.Y. Marathon are using the Internet “to scalp their spots for as much as $1,000,” according to Jeremy Olshan of the N.Y. POST. Some potential buyers even promise a “respectable finish time -- which is significant because they’d be running under the ...
The Breeders’ Cup made its debut at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, on Saturday, and Breeders’ Cup President D.G. Van Clief Jr. indicated that the track “was a possibility to host in 2009, 201
Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, hosts its first Breeders’ Cup Saturday, marking only the third time the event will be held outside New York, California, Florida or Kentucky. In San Antonio, Pa