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The Trade Group’s VP of Business Development to Speak at Cynopsis…

2017-04-06

“This spotlight will allow us to raise awareness about the depth of services-not only to our game developer, broadcast agency and gaming tournament clients, but also to brands that want to engage with the esports millennial audience,” says Hajra. Dallas, Texas April 06, 2017 — The Trade Group is recognized in the $1 billion esports industry as a leading provider of exhibit design and production services as well as a go-to resource for the planning, execution and management of high-profile esports gaming tournaments. Neeshu Hajra, VP of Business Development for The Trade Group, has played a crucial role in the organization’s dealings with major game developers such as Riot Games, Blizzard, Ubisoft, Wargaming and others, and top broadcast agencies like ESL, Twitch and Turner Sports. During the Cynopsis symposium, Hajra will be...

Sports Fans Have Spoken: Dallas Named Most Facial Hair Friendly
Sports Fans Have Spoken: Dallas Named Most Facial Hair Friendly

2017-04-05

STERLING, Ill., April 5, 2017 — Name a pro sports team; now name a well-known whiskered athlete on that team. Not too hard right? With facial hair so rooted in sports, it’s no wonder fanfare surrounding the follicularly famous was once again a determining factor in the fourth annual ‘Most Facial Hair Friendly Cities in America’ list from men’s grooming leader, Wahl. In fact, while general facial hair buzz helped dictate the results of the study, it was social chatter among Dallas sports fans that helped the city rebound to the No. 1 spot. To honor the city’s accomplishment, Wahl is doing something never done before — the company is sponsoring Sports Fans, not a Sports Star. Wahl didn’t have to look far in search of Dallas devotees to find

Family Research Council Statement on NCAA's Decision to End North Carolina Boycott
Family Research Council Statement on NCAA's Decision to End North Carolina Boycott

2017-04-04

AUSTIN, Texas, April 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — This morning the NCAA announced the end to its boycott of North Carolina after the state adopted an HB 2 compromise law.  Family Research Council President Tony Perkins released the following statement: “It would appear the NCAA is beginning to address the question that NCAA’s Mark Emmert raised in his press conference last week at the Final Four: ‘what’s the appropriate role for a national athletic association in public policy issues?’  The NCAA’s latest decision to accept the slight modifications the North Carolina legislature made to HB 2 suggest either they decided to stick to sports or they are starting to ignore the small but rowdy agitators who have used the NCAA to fight their losing political battle over North Carolina’s public safety bill.  “It’s now clear that there is no way for the NCAA to placate the far Left which will accept nothing less than the total surrender of...

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