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Land O’ Frost

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Land O’ Frost joined the Knox Sports Marketing team in 2001. Since their joining, we have been able to successfully execute years literally thousands of youth league contracts . Land O’ Frost is the corporate sponsor of over 375 youth leagues spanning all across the U.S. As a new initiative to benefit the leagues, Land […]

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Knox Sports 20th Anniversary Give Away

  In 1997 Knox Sports Marketing began its journey down an unknown road. We started as a small company in a niche that seemed bizarre event to insiders – sport sponsorship consultations and contract negotiation. Now, over 20 years later we have this once unfamiliar concept down to a science.   This year marks our […]

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Why One Time Won’t Fit All When It Comes To Facebook Posting

We’re all guilty of searching relentlessly for “The Best Time To Post On Social.” If you say you’ve never done it, well there it about a 100% chance you’re not telling the truth. There has been study after study to try and identify the best time to post & what times will yield the most […]

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#MoreOlympicIssues

Without actual games to discuss, sports media has been filing Olympic time slots ripping the Rio game and their organizers for every imaginable future malady. As fun as it would be to pile on, a much more intriguing battle is happening in the social ethosphere surrounding these games and they are bringing attention from different […]

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Twitter: Changing the way sports are viewed… Well, Trying.

Recently Twitter has been expanding it’s mini-blogging platform to new heights. A partnership with periscope and new updated features coming out monthly keeps Twitter in one of the top spots when it comes to th e social media platform competition.   In an all out effort at World social domination, Twitter has recently introduced live-stream […]

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Big Wins for Nike

It has been a few days after the NBA Finals and people are still on the Cavs’ bandwagon, rightfully so. The Cavs made Final’s history coming back after being down 3-1 to the Warriors along with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving hitting record-breaking stats. Not only did they make NBA history, the team made history […]

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How Orlando Sports are Stepping Up in Time of Need

It is hard to fathom the recent tragedies currently going on in Orlando, Florida. As an Orlando native I can personally say that times are extremely tough for the City Beautiful. The recent murder of Christina Grimmie at an Orlando nightclub, the horrific Pulse nightclub shooting and the alligator attack on a little boy at […]

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Cancel the Olympics?!

Some may think cancelling the Olympics is impossible, it’s the Olympics! However, it is time to seriously consider the situation.   It is no secret that the Zika virus is rapidly impacting people all over the world and with the Summer Games in Brazil, a country heavily infested with the virus, caution is not enough. […]

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New York Yankees’ Make Change After Decades

The New York Yankees are arguably one of the most, if not the most, recognizable brands in the sport market. Their iconic yet simple uniforms have been the same since the 1930’s with some minor changes in the 70’s. It is clear that the Yankees are not change enthusiasts. Not changing their uniforms for so […]

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Tiger’s Still Up When He’s Down

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  Tiger Woods is still on top, even when he’s not. Yesterday Tiger Woods withdrew from the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines due to aggravating a lingering back ailment. This is the 3rd time in his last nine tournament appearances that Tiger has had to withdraw from competition. Tiger has not won a Major […]

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