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Colleges Should Look At More Communal Areas To Help Avoid Continued Attendance Drops

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 09 / 16

College athletic stadiums need to create more communal spaces to avoid attendance drops while cultivating a new generation of donors, said university execs and advisers on a panel at the ’16 Learfield Intercollegiate Athletics Forum. “If you look across college athletics ... you see a lo...

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