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NASCAR Supports Confederate Flag Removal, But Will Still Allow It For Fans At TracksPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 24 / 15
NASCAR yesterday announced that it "supported the effort by South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of the South Carolina Statehouse" in the wake of the Charleston shooting, according to Jim Utter of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. NASCAR "has a long-standing pol...
In "one of the more unusual government-industry partnerships in recent years," the Bush administration has turned to Nike and the Walt Disney Co., "among other consumer-friendly corporations, for help
In the December 24 issue of NEWSWEEK, Lakers G Kobe Bryant writes an Op-Ed on the September 11 terrorist attacks and how the events changed his perspective under the header, "My Turn: I Won''t Take ''
By Terry Lefton, Editor-at-Large, The Sports Business Daily In what is believed to be the first major effort by the sporting goods industry to aid victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, Foot L
UT Gov. Mike Leavitt yesterday "expressed his faith in the security plan designed to protect the athletes, visitors and spectators" when the ''02 Games open on February 8, according to Selena Roberts
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Between 20-30% of "all preplanned trips both business and leisure have been canceled or postponed" following the September 11 terrorist attacks, according to preliminary results of a stu
Nike "began pulling most of its expatriate employees out of Indonesia Tuesday to protect them from possible violence following the U.S.-led attack on Afghanistan," according to Boaz Herzog of the Port
A new 30-second spot urging tolerance and respect for diversity aired nationally during last night "MNF" Rams-Lions game on ABC. The TV spot was part of a partnership between the NFL/NFLPA and U.S. Re
Rep. Mike Honda (D-San Jose) "is spearheading an effort by some members of Congress to have messages of tolerance broadcast at professional sporting events to help end the ethnic backlash that has fol
MLB "will not stop the Mets from wearing caps to honor" N.Y.''s police department, fire department and EMS, according to Pete Caldera of the Bergen RECORD. One baseball official said, "It''s not a con
The NFL and the NFLPA announced yesterday they will each contribute a minimum of $5M to organizations aiding victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, according to a USA TODAY report. Contributio