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SBD Article Published April 10, 2014
The move to change the name of the annual Univ. of Texas-Univ. of Oklahoma football game "to the Red River Showdown came about in part because corporate sponsor AT&T is trying to make the biggest footprint possible in the world of Texas sports," according to Chad Swiatecki of the AUSTIN BUSINESS JOURNAL. AT&T already is the naming rights sponsor of the Cowboys' stadium in Arlington, and UT Exec Senior Associate AD/External Services Chris Plonsky said the company paid “mid-six figures” for the...
SBD Article Published April 08, 2014
The NCAA is "a stickler when it comes to corporate partnerships," but it was "a bit of a mystery why AT&T’s usually ubiquitous globe logos were also covered from public view" during the Final Four at AT&T Stadium, according to Cheryl Hall of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS. AT&T is a "member of the NCAA’s beloved corporate trio," along with Capital One and Coca-Cola. Cowboys Senior Dir of Corporate Communications & Strategic Event Planning Brett Daniels said that the team had to "agree to cloak all a...
SBD Article Published February 28, 2014
" But there still is the "matter of finding a host venue for the tournament beyo... ...ially in the last two or three years, in terms of attendance, sponsorship and charity dollars, has exce...
SBD Article Published February 05, 2014
USOC sponsor AT&T has "condemned a Russian law restricting gay-rights activity" on the eve of the start of the Sochi Games, becoming the "first major U.S. corporation" to do so publicly, according to Oskar Garcia of the AP. AT&T in a blog post wrote that the law is "harmful to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and harmful to a diverse society." The company wrote, "We support LGBT equality globally and we condemn violence, discrimination and harassment targeted against LGBT individ...
Mattei Motorsports hired Wadell Wilson as vice preside... ...signed Adonis Harrison and P.J. Williams of the Seattle Mariners.
SBD Article Published November 26, 2013 by Andrew Westney
AT&T’s season-long “Be The Fan” college football campaign featuring “Modern Family” actor Eric Stonestreet seeks to parlay his high social media profile into ongoing fan engagement, and also uses the company’s longstanding association with ESPN’s “College GameDay” to drive social media activity. As the Fan Coach in the campaign’s ads, Stonestreet issues weekly gameday-themed challenges that fans can respond to on Twitter, Vine and Instagram with photos and videos including the hashtag #BeTheF...
SBJ Article Published November 11, 2013 by David Broughton
...question of what they’re using to entice fans to attend games, their preferred incentive is clear: ...esday night giveaways, featuring Hanley Ramirez, Matt Kemp and former player Rick Monday, provided an attendance boost. Attendance for the club’s three Tuesday night bobbleh... ...ach featuring current players Hanley Ramirez and Matt Kemp, and one for former player Rick Monday) aver...
SBJ Article Published October 21, 2013 by Tripp Mickle
Those clinics will be run by USFS coaches and attended by Olympic figure skaters.
SBD Article Published May 24, 2007
AT&T Ruling Could Lead To ChangesIn Ways NASCAR Contracts Are Written In Charlotte, David Poole cites sources as saying that the court ruling allowing AT&T to replace Cingular as primary sponsor of NASCAR Nextel Cup driver Jeff Burton’s No. 31 Chevy is “based on the ‘four corners’ principle of contract law.” Poole: “A court can only go by what’s within the ‘four corners’ of the paper on which a contract is written, and not by what eit...
In Charlotte, David Poole cites sources as saying that the court ruling allowing AT&T to replace Cingular as primary sponsor of NASCAR Nextel Cup driver Jeff Burton’s No. 31 Chevy is “based on the ‘fo
SBD Article Published May 24, 2007
attention? ...values of the sport but open to new ways and new attitudes.
Upon his graduation from the Univ. of Texas in ’71, ROY SPENCE and five friends and UT classmates founded advertising agency GSD&M in a one-room office in Austin. Lacking clients as well as experience
SBD Article Published May 22, 2007
The June 3 Nextel Cup race at Dover Int’l Speedway will be called the Autism Speaks 400 presented by Visa. Dover Motorsports VP/Sales & Marketing Mark Rossi said the event “marks the first time a NASCAR Nextel Cup event entitlement has been dedicated to a not-for-profit organization.” The track will donate $5 for each ticket purchased with a Visa card through June 1 to Autism Speaks. It will also auction off a race package includin...
The June 3 Nextel Cup race at Dover Int’l Speedway will be called the Autism Speaks 400 presented by Visa. Dover Motorsports VP/Sales & Marketing Mark Rossi said the event “marks the first time a NASC
SBD Article Published May 18, 2007
SELIG’S ATTENDANCE: ...ned to answer any questions about whether he will attend Bonds’ expected breaking of the record. In S.F., Ray Ratto: “If he attends, he is going to look only pained and silly.
Only 8% of fans polled in a USA Today/Gallup poll consider Giants LF Barry Bonds “the greatest all-time home run hitter,” and just 34% of the 469 fans surveyed “would acknowledge Bonds as the best” if