The Sports Philanthropy Project’s workshop featured panel discussions on a variety of topics such as How to Develop Effective Business Models for Sports Foundations and Building the Sports Brand, Off the Field. The sessions were part of the 4-day Good Sport Makes Good Business conference hosted by the department of Sport Management at Toronto’s Brock [...]
May 26, 2008 | 1 Comment
Can you name the staring five from the 2006 and 2007 NCAA champion Florida Gators? Did you save the ticket stub from the Yankees Game 6 of the 1996 World Series? Do you have a collection of bobble heads on your desk?
If you answered yes to any of the above, Joe Sports Fan have I [...]
Not a single parent would have protested, “Not on a school night,” for any of the teens who attended the Bids for Kids dinner last night. It was a true celebration of Harlem RBI’s success, and a wonderful way to include the youth who are involved in its programs.
Hundreds of New York luminaries and supporters [...]
And for one day those who play baseball will hit with pink bats and tag bases emblazoned with pink ribbon logos.
For the third year in a row Major League Baseball will celebrate Mother’s Day with, Going to Bat Against Breast Cancer, a partnership with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. It’s the [...]
Mixed in with the pulse-quickening excitement of this year Kentucky Derby was the heart-breaking sadness of losing a horse to injuries. The juxtaposed emotions touched everyone from jockeys to owners to fans.
There are those who are against the sport, citing animal cruelty, and raising the question of whether horses should be subjected to racing. While [...]