Team Sports Marketing is a sports marketing text written from a perspective of those working or seeking careers in the field of sports & entertainment. Academics and practitioners can appreciate the usefulness of a text based on marketing theory & research and extensive experience in the field. Students will enjoy the creative writing style aimed at their understanding and retaining the material, the low subscription fee ($25), and the availability of the text on phones, tablets, laptops, and PCs.
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As a professor, your work may already be cited in Team Sports Marketing. If not, we are always looking for published empirical studies that would add to our understanding! Please submit the citation reference, a PDF or link to the article, and your suggestion of where it fits to The Author. You may also want to submit a blog/article related to the Baylor S3 Report or to use with one of the text sections. Please email or call.
Instructors or organizational buyers wishing to review the text may email the Marketing Manager for free access to the text and instructor’s materials. For each chapter, Team Sports Marketing includes (a) PowerPoint slides containing class exercises and discussion (b) list of key terms & chapter essay question, (c) multiple choice test bank questions, and (d) weekly articles with questions related to each chapter.
Fall 2018 Updates
We added Chapter 12 on Promotion Campaigns: How to Promote a League, Team, Player or You and updated Chapter 6 on factors predicting MLB attendance and pricing decisions.  Baylor University participates in the Fox Sports University program. The new Chapter 12 provides a brief outline of producing an ad campaign for competitions. Hopefully students will be further motivated to take advertising and digital marketing courses to build out their skills.
- Updated quizzes are available to instructors in the Canvas quiz folder.↩