There are 5 trillion pieces of plastic floating in the world’s oceans, but through running and footwear designs, adidas is working to remove them. “As a brand, we believe that sport makes a difference in peoples’ lives and in the world,” adidas senior director of U.S. running, Paul Bowyer, told RULING SPORTS. In 2015 we started partnering with Parley for the Oceans. We have a … Continue reading Adidas Turns To Running And Footwear To Clean Up The World’s Oceans
Earlier this year the Loyola Ramblers busted a few brackets when the team made its second Final Four appearance in school history. While Sister Jean became an overnight sensation, the Loyola athletics department saw success of its own through digital and social media impressions and athletics department donations. The team’s success in the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament left its relatively small athletics department … Continue reading How Loyola Channeled The Ramblers’ Final Four Appearance Into Major Donation And Media Gains
By Thilo Kunkel, Ph.D. The Sacramento Kings were the first professional sport franchise to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment in March 2014. Since then, sport organizations have been joining the wave of cryptocurrencies with the Dallas Mavericks scheduled to accept Cryptocurrency to purchase tickets in the 2018/19 season. The Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban isn’t only on the forefront of accepting Cryptocurrency as a … Continue reading The Future of Fantasy Sport? How Stryking is Rewarding Users with Cryptocurrency
An adage amongst automobile manufacturers goes, “Win on Sunday, sell on Monday.” Toyota Racing has taken this adage to another level, giving fans a one-of-a-kind opportunity to step into the driver’s seat during NASCAR Cup races. Through its Toyota PitPass activation, Toyota allows fans to experience life as a NASCAR driver from training through pit road. “Toyota Racing does activations at approximately 25 tracks throughout … Continue reading Toyota Racing Takes Fans Behind The Wheel During NASCAR Race Weekend
The sport industry is abuzz with how blockchain can be harnessed to breed efficiencies and positive fan sentiment. Teams like the Dallas Mavericks have announced they will accept cryptocurrencies as payment for tickets as early as next season. As use of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency become more acceptable in the sport industry, the looming question is how far into the industry will they reach? Global … Continue reading Can Blockchain Technology Change Ticket Sales In Sports?
Extending its contract as the Official Automotive Partner of the NBA in late 2017, Kia sought to expand its presence across marquee NBA events. Beyond sponsoring the NBA, WNBA and NBA G League, Kia’s presentation of NBA Tip-Off and NBA Performance Awards expand the brand’s presence to NBA fans. During the 2018 NBA All-Star weekend, though, Kia gave NBA fans a new way to engage … Continue reading Kia Uses Surprise And Delight To Build Positive Brand Association With Fans During NBA All-Star Weekend
Scoring a pair of Jordans has turned into an art form, with sneaker collectors and aficionados regularly lining up days in advance of a Jordan Brand shoe release. During the 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles the iconic brand flipped the script and gave youth the upper hand in landing pieces from the brand’s City of Angels collection. Hosting a pop-up space in the … Continue reading Jordan Brand Focuses On Youth During NBA All-Star Weekend