Girls have been in the news a lot lately, and for good reason. Last October, Ted Bishop was removed as PGA President for his sexist remarks on social media, referring to Ian Poulter as a “Lil Girl.” Bishop tweeted, “Really? Sounds like a little school girl squealing during recess. C’MON MAN!” Poulter’s response was fitting, […]
Many of Indianapolis’ movers and shakers in the sports industry recently came together to discuss sports event management. The best practices shared have value across the entire industry and because of that, I share some of the key highlights with you now: Susan Baughman of Indiana Sports Corporation on securing a sporting event: Look at […]
Let’s play a game. The category is out of line coaches. Ready? Go…. Who came to mind first? Bob Knight? Who would’ve thought that the day would come when Knight’s stormy coaching past on the basketball court would seem mild? Well, step aside coach. There’s a new man on the hot seat: Mike Rice, the […]
2011 was a busy year for U/S Sports Advisors. As we head into 2012, we pause to look back at a productive year. Spirit of Sport Awards – On June 7th, nearly 500 people filled Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University for the Fifth Annual Spirit of Sport Awards. The event honored student-athletes who embodied […]
Many of our clients are “first-timers” to the media world. Few opportunities exist to prepare athletes and young sports executives for the rigors of dealing with the press. We found a handy article referencing the “Top 7 Media Relations Mistakes.” If you have a minute or two, we’d recommend checking it out.