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Daniel Wigfield, Ryan Snelgrove, Luke R. Potwarka, Katie Misener and Laura Wood

expected) • A pproach (Our commitments are the foundation of everything we do. We are integral. We welcome adversity with optimism. We nourish life-giving relationships. We have a growth mindset.) • P recision (We pay ridiculous attention to details and have an unwavering standard of excellence) • E

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Jeffrey Graham, Allison Smith and Sylvia Trendafilova

management, work–life balance seems to be an outdated concept as many studies have found that this balance is non-existent in collegiate athletics as administrators and coaches discuss lack of time for personal pursuits, sacrifice of familial and romantic relationships, high levels of outside

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Nadège Levallet, Norm O’Reilly, Elizabeth Wanless, Michael Naraine, Ethan Alkon and Wade Longmire

form a symbiotic relationship in a crowded setting by offloading consumer demand from each other, and balancing available spectrum. By default, cellular data will be available in any sport stadium, although the signal may not be strong. Stadiums or other public buildings can increase cellular strength

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Ceyda Mumcu and Kimberly Mahoney

established relationship with the coaches association, and the city is centrally located in the state, which is important to the event organizers. Therefore, the probability of being awarded Event B is .9. Additional issues may be taken into consideration when establishing the probabilities for hosting each

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Erin Morris, Ryan Vooris and Tara Q. Mahoney

succeed.” Many of the women also discussed the usefulness of finding mentors, sometimes through their networking opportunities. Mentors were very important to them. Some of them already had close mentor relationships, and others wanted to seek out mentor relationships. On the topic of mentors, Kacey said

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Megan B. Shreffler, Samuel H. Schmidt and James Weiner

. To recruit participants for the study, the lead researcher attended a sport sales conference to meet potential participants. Additionally, one of the researchers had an established relationship with a third-party sport sales organization and was able to recruit participants for the study. In total

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Melissa Davies, Michael L. Naraine and Brandon Mastromartino

’s identity, which can then influence the consumer’s perceptions of the brand and ultimately add value to the brand. The value added to a brand by way of its distinguishable features is called “brand equity”. • A successful brand is able to quickly create a strong emotional and personal relationship with

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Jennifer E. McGarry, Justin M. Evanovich, Nneka A. Arinze, Kolin Ebron and Jun Young Cho

Dr. Snow that she particularly wanted increased adult interaction with the youth in the Harris Center after-school program—more structured opportunities for sport and physical activity that engaged the youth and formed the basis for positive relationships with adult mentors like the university

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David Pierce and Geoffre Sherman

team understands that strategic content plans are imperative because the content of posts is an important driver of engagement and relationship building with fans and customers ( Pronschinske, Groza, & Walker, 2012 ). Through a content analysis, your consulting team develops a trio of data sets based

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James E. Johnson

learning are varied, but central to their core is a mutually beneficial relationship between learner (student) and organization (community partner). This project utilized Kolb’s experiential learning model ( Kolb, 1984 ), which is one of the more widely accepted models of experiential learning. Kolb based