Tag Archives: basketball

The Definition of Sport

Academics sometimes get a bad rap from people in “the real world” for not developing applicable knowledge as it relates to business. Often times these folks want “real world experience” and cite someone with a lack of working experience and more education as being less qualified than someone with less education but more time working […]

Christmas Sponsorship Activation

I haven’t shared any videos on Bill’s Sports Business Blog yet, but this one is definitely worth sharing. After watching this video, consider the impact you have on your fans each and every day of the year, especially during your season. Now consider how you can do a Christmas sponsorship activation like this for your […]

College Athletics: Many Sports, One Team

One of the aspects I love the most about college athletics is the fact that there are so many sports from which to choose from, both to participate in as well as to watch. Have you ever considered how your favorite college team, or even your employer if you work for a college, came to […]

College Sports Email Marketing

Email marketing is an incredibly cheap and easy tool teams can use in the search for fans. Despite the fact that most teams do some sort of email marketing, I’m very surprised how incredibly difficult it is to get registered on to some of these e-mailing lists. Having done a little bit of research in […]

Referee and Coaching Clinic – Hornets and Mavericks

Before today’s post, I’d like to take a moment of prayer in regards to the situation in Boston this week. May those injured find peace in God’s healing grace. I received this email last week from the New Orleans hornets and thought it was well worth sharing. The Hornets transformed a routine visit from a […]

Athletics Equipment Manager Part 1

A few weeks ago I asked some of the people I work with what they would want to read on my blog. One of the things that came up was my past experience as an athletics equipment manager. They knew I had gone to the University of Notre Dame as an undergrad and at least […]