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Alum takes reins for JMI at Clemson

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 17 / 17

Scott Morris for years has been on the fan and donor side of Clemson University athletics. Now the 1988 graduate will represent the Tigers’ corporate partner program as president of Clemson Sports & Campus Marketing, a JMI Sports property. Morris will oversee a 10-person team, six of wh...

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