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NFL stadiums to require unruly fans to pass code-of-conduct test « The Greenroom

NFL stadiums to require unruly fans to pass code-of-conduct test « The Greenroom | Sports Facility Management by Michele Alexander | Scoop.it
NFL stadiums to require unruly fans to pass code-of-conduct test...

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James Matthew Bolton's curator insight, January 29, 2016 1:08 PM

It's great to see the NFL finally taking a stand against unruly fans.

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Alcohol and sports unfortunate partners

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Standing on the sideline of a college football game can be dangerous, but never did I expect to be dodging a whiskey bottle rather than a leaping wide receiver.
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Hiring a Professional Sporting Event Management Team

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The Undeniable Lure of Sports. For centuries sports enthusiasts have crowded coliseums, sports centers and even lined streets when it comes to getting a glimpse of their favorite sporting event. Major sporting events from ...

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When Sports Fans Turn Violent: A History : Discovery News

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Political tensions in Egypt may have helped create the atmosphere for the latest deadly incident but it's not entirely uncommon.
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Minnesota Twins Turn To High-Tech Cameras To Improve Stadium Security - Forbes

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Stadiums have long utilized technology to improve the fan experience, but the latest improvements have been behind the scenes. The Twins are the latest team to implement a high-tech camera system which has greatly improved stadium security.

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Rhett Moroses's curator insight, September 11, 2013 1:58 PM

Crowd control is a huge part of sports facility management. The Minnesota Twins decided to update their security with state of the art cameras after the Los Angeles Dodgers dilemma. it's interesting that this huge investment actually helped them financially in the long run. This article expresses how important facility management is to the sport business. Not only does this teach future sport managers how to manage an aspect such as crowd control, but also improve communication and management skills to find a financial benefit from this in the long run.

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Sports Stadiums Serve Alcohol To Minors And Intoxicated Fans, Study Suggests

In a novel study looking at the propensity of illegal alcohol sales at sports stadiums, researchers reported that nearly one in five people posing as underage drinkers, and three out of four seemingly intoxicated "fans" were able to buy alcohol at...

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Playing it safe with crowd management

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Blood spilled at games because of alcohol sales must stop

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We get the argument: Drinking beer at a game is a right. But beatings and shootings at pro venues have led to near-death experiences, so Gregg Doyel says let's end alcohol sales to potentially save lives.
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