Meet Our Summer Intern!

Posted on May 10, 2022

My name is Ryan Arnold and I  am the summer intern at Knox Sports Marketing. I am from West Hartford, CT, and am a huge Boston sports fan. Though a huge Boston sports fan, I am in the sunny state of Florida to get a degree in sports management and I am also working to…

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Meet our fall intern, Candice!

Posted on September 14, 2021

My name is Candice Lovelace and I am the fall intern at Knox Sports Marketing! I  am a senior at the University of South Florida. I am set to graduate in May of 2022 with a Bachelor’s degree in Digital Communication and Multimedia Journalism. I am the fall intern for Knox Sports Marketing and I…

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Closing the Deal

Posted on July 22, 2021

Cold calling is one thing, but at some point, you have to close the deal.  What is the path to closing the deal? How do I know how to structure things in a pitch? What are some things I should keep in mind when giving a pitch? We break it down below.  First things first,…

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Selling from your alma mater

Posted on July 12, 2021

Selling sponsorships for your alma mater sounds like a dream come true. But the truth is, while it comes with a multitude of pros, it also creates a unique set of challenges.  One of the many sets of challenges can be distinguishing your emotions. It can be difficult to set aside your emotions and come…

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Meet our summer intern!

Posted on June 8, 2021

My name is Kol Lewis and I am a senior at the University of Tampa. I am pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Sport Management with a minor in Communications. By pursuing the sports management route, my ultimate goal is to work within a Sports Strategy & Administration department for a professional sports organization. I’ve always…

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March Madness

Posted on March 23, 2021

March Madness History March Madness first started in 1939 and quickly became a premier sporting event year-after-year. It is the largest major basketball tournament in the U.S., consisting of six rounds. The first round starts with 64 teams, then dwindles to 32, then they have the Sweet Sixteen, the Elite Eight, the Final 4, and…

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Should sports continue the at-home game technology post-pandemic?

Posted on November 4, 2020

It is no secret that sports have changed in 2020. While we are seeing sports slowly start to return, they are nothing as they were. Teams are playing games in “bubbles,” cardboard crowds have replaced human ones, and virtual audiences are where the main focus is.  As fans begin to trickle back into the stands,…

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Pac-12 Players Boycott Season

Posted on August 4, 2020

Pac-12 players have threatened to sit out this season unless they are paid 50% of the revenue from this season. They say the demands are long overdue and have to do with their human rights. Both the Coronavirus global pandemic and racial injustice were brought up with concerns about this college athlete boycott.  But how would…

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Washington Changes Team Name!

Posted on August 4, 2020

In this whirlwind of 2020 where nothing is as it seems, the Washington Redskins are changing their name and it may be the best thing they can do.  They are looking to the future. The #BlackLivesMatter movement has spurred this needed development along. Many of the teams’ sponsors made their feelings clear with their wallets,…

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What does the future hold for MLB?

Posted on June 23, 2020

As the world slowly starts to roll into this new normalcy of a post-Coronavirus world, sports are beginning to open back up. College sports are good to go with fewer fans in the stands, NASCAR and UFC have already held matches and events. The NBA is coming to Disney. Yet, MLB is still a heaping…

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