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A SportsBusiness Journal study of the 41 U.S. sports markets and another 13 vacant markets showed that Las Vegas looks much like the seven cities that already host one pro team when it comes to population, TV market size, corporate base and metro GDP.
For more than six years, the Cubs’ recruitment pitch was easy — come to Chicago and become part of making history. Now history has been made. “This is what keeps me up at night now,” said Crane Kenney, president of business operations. “How do we keep motivated? What’s our sales pitch now?”
In a sport known for speed, Monster will need every bit it can find in crafting an activation plan for its new title sponsorship of NASCAR’s premier series, with only about two months until the start of a new season.
Titles in Cleveland and Chicago. Athletes become advocates. Rams return to L.A. The Rio Games. And the debut of grand facilities. This is why 2016 is one year to remember.
The Federal Aviation Administration is declining to consider applications to install nearly two dozen cranes at the Los Angeles Rams’ proposed stadium site in Inglewood, Calif.
- Study: Finding the perfect franchise hom...
- A look at 65 markets
- Markets: Las Vegas
- Markets: Austin, Texas
- Markets: Seattle
- Markets: Houston
- Markets: Portland
- Markets: St. Louis
- Markets: Hampton Roads, Va.
- Markets: Atlanta
- Markets: Charlotte
- Markets: Hartford, Conn.
- Markets: San Diego
- Market comparison: How they stack up
- Markets: Other possible landing places …
- Cubs deliver a title, and a blueprint