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Are you all excited?!!

This week represents one of the biggest and most diverse sporting weeks on the planet!

Last night we had a great kick off with the Super Bowl in Miami as New Orleans took the win over the Indianapolis Colts.  Then today launches the start of the Americas Cup race in Valencia, Spain, followed by the Winter Olympic opening ceremony from Vancouver on Friday.  Sunday caps off the week with the 52nd running of the Daytona 500 down in Florida.

Does it get any better for sports fan of all types?

Check out the links below for more details about each event:

The 33rd Americas Cup starts Feb. 8th

www.americascup.com

2010 Winter Olympics live from Vancouver on Feb 12th

www.vancouver2010.com

52nd Running of the Daytona 500 on Feb.14th

www.daytona500.com

Super Bowl Recap

www.superbowl.com

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VP Bill Doyle speaks at 2010 NCAA Convention

Last Wednesday Performance Research Vice President Bill Doyle had the pleasure to speak at the 2010 NCAA Convention held in Atlanta, GA.  Bill spoke during a panel discussion titled “Fans: How to find them and how to keep them”.

During this panel, he talked about the findings from Performance Research’s extensive research in regards to sporting events and fan retention. He also provided tools and guidance on how schools can conduct their own research to find out who is, who isn’t and who should be coming to their sporting events.

We hope that his years of experience and industry expertise were helpful to the event attendees!

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