Tag: coronavirus

Co.Protect Supplies Branded Facemasks to MLS, NBA and WNBA

Less than a month into the coronavirus pandemic, Tom and Melissa Penn were sitting at their kitchen table discussing a recent poll which revealed approximately 80% of those surveyed would feel uncomfortable attending a sporting event during the current climate.

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PBR Welcomes Fans Back For First Time Amid Pandemic

While most eyes are transfixed on the professional sports restarting in Orlando and Utah bubbles, there is one organization that has been holding live events since late April, and is welcoming fans back this weekend for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.

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Brandt Bronico Shifts Attention From Wall St To Walt Disney World

Chicago Fire midfielder Brandt Bronico knows a thing or two about risk. He and teammate Jeremiah Gutjahr became more active investors while Major League Soccer was suspended for approximately three months during the coronavirus pandemic. The two roommates, who both majored in accounting in college, spent their soccer-less days improving their financial literacy and calculating speculation of certain companies and the market as a whole.

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LaLiga Ready to Take Advantage of Restart, Especially in U.S.

Two points separate FC Barcelona and Real Madrid atop the LaLiga standings. Five points separate five clubs between Sevilla (47 points) and Valencia (42) battling for the other two UEFA Champions League spots. As many as six clubs may be fighting for their lives in a relegation battle with a mere four points between No. 15 Valladolid (29 points) and No. 18 RCD Mallorca (25), currently in the drop zone. Continue reading “LaLiga Ready to Take Advantage of Restart, Especially in U.S.”

Question Marks Surround NFL Season Amid Pandemic

The NFL sits in a unique situation. The league is afforded more time than other sports and leagues to implement health and safety protocols, survey and analyze the industry landscape, and wait and see how the coronavirus pandemic plays out over the next few months before beginning its season less than 100 days from now. Continue reading “Question Marks Surround NFL Season Amid Pandemic”