By Preston Bounds, Assistant Editor
Published November 1, 2017
The average resale price for tickets to tonight's game World Series Game 7 in L.A. is currently $1,623, according to data from SeatGeek. The get-in price is $942, about $90 up from this morning amid a volatile secondary market for the Astros-Dodgers series finale . SeatGeek Content Analys... This is a SportsBusiness Daily article. Perhaps you are not logged in to your SBD account or you are not an SBD subscriber.
SBD/October 30, 2017/Marketing and Sponsorship
Uber Rolling Out New National Campaign Starring ESPN's Cari Champion, NBA Players
By Preston Bounds, Assistant Editor
Published October 30, 2017
Uber today is launching a new TV campaign in partnership with digital media company Uninterrupted in which ESPN’s Cari Champion becomes an Uber driver and hosts star NBA players in her car. The first spot in the “Rolling with the Champion” video series fea...
Fans attending the Hornets’ home opener Friday night against the Hawks may notice some enhanced high-tech elements as part of the game presentation, and they will have Charlotte-based content studio Wheelhouse Media to thank for it.
@x0x0x00x0x0@BenjaminABoyce@jordanbpeterson Notice how all Joel's phrases end with a rising intonation, as if they are questions ... because somewhere deep down in whatever soul she has left she knows her words are BS concocted to destroy dissenters.
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Selecting a term
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