Sport and Money 1

Sport and Money 1 - Problems of Excess Sport and Money Part 1 Sport and Money U.S sports industry generated over $212 billion in 2000 $100 billion

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Problems of Excess Sport and Money Part 1
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Sport and Money U.S. sports industry generated over $212 billion in 2000. $100 billion spent in the U.S. on sports gambling. Over $28 billion spent on sports advertising. Over $10 billion spent on media broadcast rights.
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Sport and Money Professional, big-time college, and Olympic sport is now “corporate sport”. Have we lost all pleasure from sport? Winning translates into more revenues and leads to illicit tactics. More revenues falls into our values as a society.
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NASCAR Founded in 1948 by Bill France Sr. Why was it formed? Why did it succeed? Jim France; Bill France, Jr.; Brian France; Lesa France Kennedy
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Money Issues Drivers don’t get a pension. Car owners bear the expense of competing. Highest ticket price in sports. Distribution of revenues.
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Money Issues France family controls sanctioning fees. France family controls scheduling.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course STAT 110 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '07 term at South Carolina.

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Sport and Money 1 - Problems of Excess Sport and Money Part 1 Sport and Money U.S sports industry generated over $212 billion in 2000 $100 billion

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