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Playing it safe with crowd management

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Niles man invented ballpark treats, traditions - Youngstown Vindicator

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Niles man invented ballpark treats, traditions
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It kept them from leaving their seats to go to the concession stand. He decided to start carrying refreshments up and down the stadium aisles so fans wouldn't miss the game.
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Natalie Small: After the Boston Marathon - Gainesville Sun

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Natalie Small: After the Boston Marathon Gainesville Sun Our daughter, Carla, had been at the marathon at the race's midpoint, Wellesley, with her enterprising Matthew who had raised $50 for his middle school project by handing out free water to...
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Sun and wind saving money, and the environment, in USA sports ...

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Stadiums increase renewable energy use Pro sports facilities are using green energy sources to help the environment and their own bottom lines. Nov. 9, 2012 ALISON BURDO, MEDILL NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON, Nov.


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Food allergies now considered disabilities

Food allergies now are covered under the Americans With Disabilities Act, after a Massachussetts university was cited for not providing enough gluten-free food.
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Publicly funded sports arenas add little to local economy, report says

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Publicly financed sports arenas do not provide a positive economic impact to communities, according to a new report released Friday by the city's Legislative Reference Bureau.

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Arena offers new, upscale cuisine for playoffs - Sun-Sentinel

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Arena offers new, upscale cuisine for playoffs Sun-Sentinel "There's always going to be that standard, the hotdog, popcorn, but you've got to be able to lace in a lot of new things … that are going to catch people's eye and that are going to be...
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Battle between Angels, StubHub picks up steam - Los Angeles Times

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Battle between Angels, StubHub picks up steam
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At issue: Who owns a ticket? Long gone are the days when fans had to buy tickets at the box office or from the neighborhood scalper.
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Cyber security at large sporting events | Security Affairs

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Taxpayer-backed sports stadiums are a $31 billion rip-off - Mike Kroll

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Presented by Citizens for Tax Justice. Citizens for Tax Justice. We've known for a while that government subsidies and tax breaks for sports stadiums are a raw deal for taxpayers. But a new book by Harvard University urban ...

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Erika Scott's comment, March 22, 2013 1:05 AM
I wish I had found this article earlier. It touches on some key points on why public subsidies are not beneficial to the community. Also, it mentions how some companies do not take all factors into consideration when they assess subsidy effects on a community.
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NASCAR, Sprint, and Coca Cola's Sustainability and Recycling Initiatives Are Driven by Their Fans - Forbes

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“Before I say anything about what our team has done, credit goes to our fans who come to the to the track and to our entire industry, “said Dr. Michael Lynch, Managing Director of Green Innovation for NASCAR .

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