The industry talks a lot about how they can provide incentives to a group leader. Usually, they toss them a hat, a couple tickets to an upcoming game, and things that are still within the realm of the team’s game. Here’s my question: What if that group leader doesn’t desire
We are in a new unprecedented era in the world of sport. People aren’t coming out like they used to. In the 1950s-60s, the idea of showing up to the stadium was basically a meeting place. You may have watched some games on television, but the in-stadium experienced trumped all
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http://traffic.libsyn.com/sportstaopodcast/Taoep0008.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSYates is the guy that a franchise ownership group calls when they are either looking to buy into a market or sell out of one. Yates is part of the W.B. Grimes Sports Advisory Group, which evaluates the value of franchises,
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