Jets Selling Fan Experience Vs. Players In Gotham…

New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles in the first half of an NFL football game against the Indianapolis Colts in Indianapolis, Monday, Sept. 21, 2015.  (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Walk into any Dunkin Donuts in the New York area, or travel on any highway or listen to any radio station and you see some of them: Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Odell Beckham Jr., the individual faces of the New York Giants. Fans love em, businesses see a great uptick in business, … [Read more...]

Will Teams And Venues Soon Look To Get A Lyft From Uber?

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This past week as hundreds of New York City Cabs lined up to receive some of the 61,000 people attending the US Open and another 30,000 at CitiField on a hot Tuesday night in New York, it became apparent that a new category will be opening up in the coming months for those in the … [Read more...]

adidas Pivots To The Ice..


Adidas meet the NHL? As one of the biggest global athletic fashion brands left the NBA this past spring, many wondered what would be next and what has happened to the German brand. The answer apparently is an approach with several prongs, one of which was the recently announced … [Read more...]

Devils Cool Mask Promo Scores On A Hot Day…


The New Jersey Devils have spent the offseason telling the world that “new” is the buzzword around their home, The Prudential Center in Newark. As their cross river rivals the Rangers continue to improve on the ice, and the upstart Islanders move into their first season at … [Read more...]

We Lost A Treasure Tuesday, “The Superstat,” Harvey Pollack…

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If you are a son or daughter of Philadelphia, a fan of theater, or a follower of basketball, college sports or anything to do with statistics your heart should be a little heavier tonight, as we lost our “Superstat” on Tuesday night. Harvey Pollack, the last fulltime employee of … [Read more...]

In Pressbox Or On The Pitch, Tolleson Makes The Call


Veteran announcer Joe Tolleson has called a host of sports events in his career, from the Olympics to the NHL. However what he may be known best for is his work in soccer, which will be amplified this spring and summer as he takes the reins as the first TV voice (along with … [Read more...]

AFL Outlaws Test The Betting Lines


As a league on the comeback, Arena Football has to find ways to cut through the clutter to get some exposure away from their games and into the general conversation, so why not dive right into one of the hottest topics in American sport off the field these days; legalized … [Read more...]

Cold Spring May Lead To Warm Future For Sixers, Devils


The following ran on New Jersey Newsroom on Friday as well... It hasn’t been the easiest of winters for the owners of the New Jersey Devils and the Philadelphia 76ers, at least on the court and the ice. The Sixers have spent the season dumping salaries, name players and … [Read more...]

Danbury Creates A Whale Of A Social Media Platform…

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The Federal Hockey League may not be far off from the fictional league of the same name from “Slapshot” at least in terms of being the first, and sometimes last shot, for players looking to make a go of it on the ice. But at least one team in the league, the Danbury Whalers (with … [Read more...]

McManus, March of Dimes Sports Lunch Sets A High Bar For Fundraising…


It’s hard to get anyone in sports business to agree on anything, let alone a charity of choice. However one thing that is universally accepted this time of year is that the March of Dimes annual sports luncheon is the place to be every December. Over 600 attendees fill the … [Read more...]