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Known both for its hard-nosed business acumen off the field, as well as the hard-hitting action on it, the NFL is one of a growing list of converts from the world of sport to a school of thought that incorporates environmental responsibility into the business model.
Presented by Dickie Davies, who manfully struggled against the odds given the poor quality of sporting action he had at his disposal, World of Sport only ever achieved any real popularity when it started to show wrestling.
June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Eight-and-a-half years and more than a thousand events since Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex officially opened on March 28, 1997, the 220-acre sports complex at Walt Disney World Resort welcomed its One Millionth Athlete on Monday.
Boston Favorite Johnny Damon, Soccer Celebrity Cobi Jones and Skateboarder Scott Bourne Star in PUMA's New Stuff Campaign Today, PUMA(R) North America will unveiled fresh, creative executions of their "New Stuff" campaign featuring well-known faces in the world of sports.
Kevin Conroy, marketing director of sports and music for CBS/FOX video states: "This promotion is a perfect match between industry leaders: Drakkar Noir has introduced some of the most innovative products in the men's grooming arena and ABC Sports has been an innovator in the world of sports and sports broadcasting for over thirty years while CBS/FOX has consistently taken the lead with outstanding video sports programming since the inception of the industry.
AOL Sports: 180 is an important new programming initiative that will provide AOL for Broadband subscribers with everything they need to know from the world of sports in a convenient format," said Tom Richardson, Vice President and General Manager of AOL Sports.
Open of Surfing) would record several action sport-related firsts including televised coverage on ABC's Wide World of Sports (1962) and ESPN (1983), profiles in Sports Illustrated (mid-60s), inclusion of women (1960), mainstream sponsorship (1967) and crowds topping 100,000 (1983).
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 19, 2003 Keeping their commitment of bringing THQ World Supercross GP/ AMA Supercross Series to network TV, Clear Channel Entertainment's motor sports division announced today that the Las Vegas round of supercross will air on ABC's Wide World of Sports in next day coverage May 4.