Sports Marketing?

Sports Marketing? Topic: Ncaa research
June 17, 2019 / By Doran
Question: I am a female junior in high school and i havent been sure as to what i want to go to college for...lately i've been really leaning towards sports marketing...i'm def. going to do something with business and marketing and such and i really really love sports...specifically football!... can you all give me everything you know about sports marketing and is it possible to end up working with a sport team in the NFL?!?! thanks
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Brayden Brayden | 2 days ago
This is the perfect time for you to start researching university programs that offer a sports marketing major or concentration. Schools like the University of Southern California and University of Miami that have very successful NFL recruiting track records also have well regarded sports marketing programs. Most NCAA Div-1 schools have some sort of sports marketing program, but there are a few that are nationally recognized (kind of like law degrees -- a Harvard Law degree will open way more doors than one from a community college). The advantage of going to a school with a reputable sports marketing program is that you'll be able to meet NFL scouts that come to campus, future professional athletes, and the coaching staff. It's very possible that you could work with one of the NFL franchises, but it starts right now with the decisions you make about your career. You might want to consider an internship with an actual sports agent or sports marketing company. That's a great way to get practical experience that will look good on your resume or graduate entrance materials (if you decide to to graduate work in sports marketing). Good luck!
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Brayden Originally Answered: Marketing vs. Advertising?
Marketing is very broad and advertising is a specific form of marketing, which can also include promotions, public relations, etc. Study business economics to understand the framework of business and take some marketing courses along the way. Good Luck

Aengus Aengus
Sports marketing is basically a pretty shoddy marketing class with a sports theme, so don't expect anything good from it. I would just take some real marketing classes if I were you.
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Aengus Originally Answered: How do i become a sports writer?
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