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Volume 23 No. 13
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Faces and Places

Honey Training Center

From the partnership launch between the Los Angeles Clippers and tech company Honey on Sept. 20: Honey President Joanne Bradford; Honey SVP Brian Kim; Clippers coach Doc Rivers; Clippers guard Patrick Beverley; Honey co-founders George Ruan and Ryan Hudson; and Gillian Zucker, Clippers president of business operations.
Photo: L.A. Clippers
From the partnership launch between the Los Angeles Clippers and tech company Honey on Sept. 20: Honey President Joanne Bradford; Honey SVP Brian Kim; Clippers coach Doc Rivers; Clippers guard Patrick Beverley; Honey co-founders George Ruan and Ryan Hudson; and Gillian Zucker, Clippers president of business operations.
Photo: L.A. Clippers
From the partnership launch between the Los Angeles Clippers and tech company Honey on Sept. 20: Honey President Joanne Bradford; Honey SVP Brian Kim; Clippers coach Doc Rivers; Clippers guard Patrick Beverley; Honey co-founders George Ruan and Ryan Hudson; and Gillian Zucker, Clippers president of business operations.
Photo: L.A. Clippers

 

An Affinity for Red Bulls

Jacqui Kearns, chief brand officer at Affinity Federal Credit Union, and New York Red Bulls GM Marc de Grandpre, announced a partnership extension and unveiled a co-branded credit card for the first time in the club’s history on Sept. 27.
Photo: RBNY
Jacqui Kearns, chief brand officer at Affinity Federal Credit Union, and New York Red Bulls GM Marc de Grandpre, announced a partnership extension and unveiled a co-branded credit card for the first time in the club’s history on Sept. 27.
Photo: RBNY
Jacqui Kearns, chief brand officer at Affinity Federal Credit Union, and New York Red Bulls GM Marc de Grandpre, announced a partnership extension and unveiled a co-branded credit card for the first time in the club’s history on Sept. 27.
Photo: RBNY

 

Sports performance and research center

From the groundbreaking for the the Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center at Flowery Branch, located at the IBM Performance Fields, home of the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 23: Dr. Jonathan Lewin, president, CEO and chairman of the board of Emory Healthcare; Falcons owner Arthur Blank; and Dr. Scott Boden, professor and chair of the Department of Orthopaedics, Emory University School of Medicine.
Photo: Atlanta Falcons
From the groundbreaking for the the Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center at Flowery Branch, located at the IBM Performance Fields, home of the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 23: Dr. Jonathan Lewin, president, CEO and chairman of the board of Emory Healthcare; Falcons owner Arthur Blank; and Dr. Scott Boden, professor and chair of the Department of Orthopaedics, Emory University School of Medicine.
Photo: Atlanta Falcons
From the groundbreaking for the the Emory Orthopaedics & Spine Center at Flowery Branch, located at the IBM Performance Fields, home of the Atlanta Falcons on Sept. 23: Dr. Jonathan Lewin, president, CEO and chairman of the board of Emory Healthcare; Falcons owner Arthur Blank; and Dr. Scott Boden, professor and chair of the Department of Orthopaedics, Emory University School of Medicine.
Photo: Atlanta Falcons

 

New York Hurling Classic

Fenway Sports Management President Mark Lev; Aer Lingus VP Bill Byrne; New York Mets EVP and CRO Lou DePaoli; New York Gaelic Athletic Association Chairman Laurence McGrath; Richie Hogan, Kilkenny hurler and GAA commercial and business development manager; Wexford hurler Shaun Murphy; and Colm Begley, Gaelic Players Association program coordinator, announced on Sept. 24 the New York Hurling Classic, which will bring the ancient Irish sport of hurling to Citi Field on Nov. 16.
Photo: Kayla Rice / New York Mets
Fenway Sports Management President Mark Lev; Aer Lingus VP Bill Byrne; New York Mets EVP and CRO Lou DePaoli; New York Gaelic Athletic Association Chairman Laurence McGrath; Richie Hogan, Kilkenny hurler and GAA commercial and business development manager; Wexford hurler Shaun Murphy; and Colm Begley, Gaelic Players Association program coordinator, announced on Sept. 24 the New York Hurling Classic, which will bring the ancient Irish sport of hurling to Citi Field on Nov. 16.
Photo: Kayla Rice / New York Mets
Fenway Sports Management President Mark Lev; Aer Lingus VP Bill Byrne; New York Mets EVP and CRO Lou DePaoli; New York Gaelic Athletic Association Chairman Laurence McGrath; Richie Hogan, Kilkenny hurler and GAA commercial and business development manager; Wexford hurler Shaun Murphy; and Colm Begley, Gaelic Players Association program coordinator, announced on Sept. 24 the New York Hurling Classic, which will bring the ancient Irish sport of hurling to Citi Field on Nov. 16.
Photo: Kayla Rice / New York Mets

 

LA84 Foundation Youth Sports Summit

Kyle Martino and Mia Hamm discussed how to leverage the game of soccer for social impact at the LA84 Foundation’s 8th annual Youth Sports Summit on Sept. 10 at the Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown.
Photo: LA84 Foundation
Kyle Martino and Mia Hamm discussed how to leverage the game of soccer for social impact at the LA84 Foundation’s 8th annual Youth Sports Summit on Sept. 10 at the Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown.
Photo: LA84 Foundation
Kyle Martino and Mia Hamm discussed how to leverage the game of soccer for social impact at the LA84 Foundation’s 8th annual Youth Sports Summit on Sept. 10 at the Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown.
Photo: LA84 Foundation

 

Coaches vs. Cancer benefit

From the Coaches vs. Cancer New York City Benefit Dinner on Sept. 25 at Chelsea Piers: American Cancer Society President Gary Reedy; honoree Jeff Zucker, chairman of WarnerMedia and Sports and president of CNN Worldwide; NBCUniversal senior adviser Dick Ebersol; and honoree Val Ackerman, commissioner, Big East Conference.
Photo: Konrad Beattie Photography
From the Coaches vs. Cancer New York City Benefit Dinner on Sept. 25 at Chelsea Piers: American Cancer Society President Gary Reedy; honoree Jeff Zucker, chairman of WarnerMedia and Sports and president of CNN Worldwide; NBCUniversal senior adviser Dick Ebersol; and honoree Val Ackerman, commissioner, Big East Conference.
Photo: Konrad Beattie Photography
From the Coaches vs. Cancer New York City Benefit Dinner on Sept. 25 at Chelsea Piers: American Cancer Society President Gary Reedy; honoree Jeff Zucker, chairman of WarnerMedia and Sports and president of CNN Worldwide; NBCUniversal senior adviser Dick Ebersol; and honoree Val Ackerman, commissioner, Big East Conference.
Photo: Konrad Beattie Photography

 

‘Know the Signs’

The Los Angeles Kings and Sandy Hook Promise announced a three-year partnership on Sept. 24 at Hermosa Valley School in Hermosa Beach, Calif. The Kings, including executives Luc Robitaille, Jennifer Pope and Kelly Cheeseman, presented a $360,000 check to Nicole Hockley, co-founder and managing director of Sandy Hook Promise and mother of Dylan, who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, to deliver Know The Signs programs to more than 65,000 youth/adults in middle and high schools in the L.A. area.
Photo: LA Kings / Juan Ocampo
The Los Angeles Kings and Sandy Hook Promise announced a three-year partnership on Sept. 24 at Hermosa Valley School in Hermosa Beach, Calif. The Kings, including executives Luc Robitaille, Jennifer Pope and Kelly Cheeseman, presented a $360,000 check to Nicole Hockley, co-founder and managing director of Sandy Hook Promise and mother of Dylan, who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, to deliver Know The Signs programs to more than 65,000 youth/adults in middle and high schools in the L.A. area.
Photo: LA Kings / Juan Ocampo
The Los Angeles Kings and Sandy Hook Promise announced a three-year partnership on Sept. 24 at Hermosa Valley School in Hermosa Beach, Calif. The Kings, including executives Luc Robitaille, Jennifer Pope and Kelly Cheeseman, presented a $360,000 check to Nicole Hockley, co-founder and managing director of Sandy Hook Promise and mother of Dylan, who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, to deliver Know The Signs programs to more than 65,000 youth/adults in middle and high schools in the L.A. area.
Photo: LA Kings / Juan Ocampo

 

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