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Youth Sport Marketing has Changed

March 14th, 2017

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Tweet It’s almost 2017 and the landscape of youth sport growth, development, and outreach has changed since millennials (most of you reading this) began playing sports.  There’s a new businesslike feel surrounding club expansion and outreach that reflects both a boom in youth sports and companies realizing the exposure potential.  Understanding the role marketing plays […]


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Youth Sports Trends That May Affect Your Club

February 28th, 2017

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Tweet Love sports stats?  How about some recent statistics that may have a bearing on what you can expect for your program in upcoming years?  Here are some rather interesting, shocking, or (at least for me) unexpected facts about youth sports that may guide how you run things in the future.Youth Participation in sports dropped […]


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Creating a not-for-profit youth sports organization

February 16th, 2017

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Tweet There may a be a number of reasons you want to start your own not-for-profit youth organization.  Maybe there aren’t enough clubs in your area to service the number of local kids.  Perhaps the existing organizations are insufficient in quality and the community wants other options.  Or it’s just your love of sports and […]


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The Importance of Building Trust

December 29th, 2016

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Tweet “With downcast eyes and a microphone clenched in one fist, Brian Farley stood uneasily before nearly 400 children from the Tri-Boro Youth Soccer Club in eastern Pennsylvania.  He had stolen their money.” Stories like this one, excerpted from this NY Times article, are sad reality afflicting youth sports today.  Mr. Farley had embezzled $120,000 […]


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Club Growth Through Community Engagement

November 30th, 2016

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Tweet Try to compare for a second the emotional response you feel to a local car dealership compared to a local little league baseball club. What differences do you immediately notice? Why do you think this is? Chances are you have a bit more respect and appreciation for the little league. You probably believe that […]


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The do’s and don’ts of handling public online complaints

November 3rd, 2016

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Tweet Expanding your association’s reach into the online world has been a huge success! You’ve been able to easily communicate all important information to players, parents, and anyone else involved in your child’s sports club. The teams have seen growth, you’ve created a stronger brand, and sponsors have been lining up to be promoted across […]


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