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Days of Summer and what’s next at SBJ/SBD

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 07 / 24 / 17

A few thoughts to share as we all try to catch a breath over the summer: THE MOVING STORY AND GRACEFUL STYLE OF BILL HANCOCK: We get a number of visitors to our headquarters from organizations and executives that want to talk about their effo...

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