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Adam Johnson set to swap Manchester City for Sunderland - The Sun

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SUNDERLAND are poised to land Adam Johnson in a shock £10million raid.
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Stadium could benefit those hardest hit by poverty, unemployment - Minnesota Public Radio

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Stadium could benefit those hardest hit by poverty, unemploymentMinnesota Public RadioThe Minnesota Vikings say a new stadium will save the football franchise, but the project's benefits are also being aimed squarely at some parts of Minneapolis...

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Rhett Moroses's curator insight, October 11, 2013 12:50 AM

The new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings may be the best thing for the city of Minneapolis. Interesting enough, the construction of the stadium may help the unemployed who were the hardest hit by poverty in the area. Even though the stadium is expensive, they will still create jobs during this tough recession. I chose this article because it is an example a high risk and high reward due to the fact that it is expensive but helps the people in trouble. I learned that stadiums can bring communities together and are important to sports as well.

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Sports Facilities Jobs | Operations, Management, Stadium Security

Sports Facilities Jobs | Operations, Management, Stadium Security | Sports Facilty Management 4188281 | Scoop.it
Get close to the action - work in or manage sports facilities. Learn about jobs at sports stadiums and arenas - from security jobs to operations positions.
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Joel Roberts's curator insight, December 22, 2012 6:52 PM

It takes a team of dedicated managers and staff to ensure these sporting events go as planned. Sports management is very necessary!

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This article discusses all the jobs that are involved when having a large arena. This would also be helpful when the subsidy issue is argued against. An arena does create jobs for the community. One may be surprised just how many.

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ISG awarded contract to construct a highly sustainable sports facility ...

King's College London has a rich sporting tradition and enviable facilities for rugby, hockey, football, lacrosse and cricket used by 23500 students and some 6000 staff. The new BREEAM Excellent rated facility at the College's ...

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Jags, Jacksonville still jostling over management of stadium

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The DUI arrest of receiver Justin Blackmon went a long way toward turning the page on a dispute that disappeared almost as quickly as it bubbled up between the Jaguars and the City of Jacksonville.
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5 Tips for Your Sponsorship Program | The Practical Proscenium

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Don't give sponsorships away! The level of a sponsorship should have a commensurate relationship to the cost of the event or production. (A sponsor should not be given top billing for a $250 contribution, if the event costs ...


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Everton sign Belgian ace Kevin Mirallas | The Sun |Sport|Football

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FORWARD has penned four-year deal at Goodison Park after wrapping up switch from Greek side Olympiacos.
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Vikings stadium — what's in final deal and how House members ...

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Minneapolis: The city is allowed to use sales tax revenues for Target Center renovations. St. Paul: The agreement gives the city $2.7 million annually for 20 years “for the operating or capital costs of new or existing sports ...

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Making the Green Economy Go: Scaling Sustainable Energy For All

'Making the Green Economy Go: Scaling Sustainable Energy For All' blog post by Guest Contributors. (RT @amansinghcsr: What will it take to make #greenjobs = GOOD ,empower the #worker and provide a future perspective?


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The most expensive tickets in the four major pro sports leagues ...

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The cost of tickets to watch professional sports varies considerably. In some cities, the amount can be the same as the price of dinner and a movie. For some teams, however, tickets can cost so much that most families struggle ...

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Stadiums' costs outweighing revenue potential - Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Stadiums' costs outweighing revenue potentialAtlanta Journal Constitution(2006 file photo) Experts say unrealistic revenue projections and the skyrocketing construction cost of sports stadiums, especially football behemoths, is making it increasingly...

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