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February 26, 2013

THIS One’s For Mitchell Marcus

The TRUE meaning of sportsmanship is summed up in this brief video.

Every coach, every teacher, every parent, every person will love this…

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February 22, 2013

Archery: A Brilliant Sport with a Wonderful Tradition

The early history of archery centers on its use in battle. Before the English longbow, archery was considered a military occupation for the lower classes. Bows and arrows were cheap to make and the training was short and easy. Before the longbow, armies used the archer in battle much like artillery, with massed flights of arrows and little precision in hitting the target. This changed decisively during the Hundred Years War (1337 to 1453) when the longbow contributed to English victories at Cercy, Poitiers and most importantly at the Battle of Agincourt.

The English used bows to hunt for food and spent significant time and effort on their creation. The English Army recognized [...]

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February 9, 2013

Five Alternative Careers in Golf

You do not have to be a professional golfer to enjoy a career in golf. According to the National University Golf Academy, there are now 32,000 golf courses in 119 countries across the globe, 19,000 of them in North America. The golf industry generates more than $75 billion in annual income. At least 25 million people enjoy this game each year in the United States.

With numbers like these, it is not hard to see how there can be great opportunity for jobs of all types surrounding this vital industry. Here are five careers in the golf field that allow candidates to work with their favorite sport even if they are not championship golfer material.

Golf Resort Manager A golf [...]

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February 1, 2013

The Marketing Super Bowl [Infographic]

What does marketing and Super Bowl XLVII have in common? No, there is no punch line; we’re being serious.

Truth be told, the two have a lot in common. The right strategies, tools, and players combine to make a powerful team, whether that be football or marketing.

Having a game plan is essential, with jobs and responsibilities for everyone on the team. The defense, your SEO Specialist keeps the competitors from gaining the upper hand while the Quarterback, the Director of Marketing, directs the rest of the team.

Maybe your team could take a lesson from professional football. Take a look at the infographic below presented by Insightera to learn more.

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