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Tough decisions on SBAs in year 10 only get tougher

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 03 / 20 / 17

I t wasn’t easy coming up with the 87 nominees for the Sports Business Awards, which are announced this week and will be awarded May 24 in New York City. For the 10th annual program, the competition is more intense, the level of sophisticati...

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