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What star players are top sellers in the NFL?

According to Forbes, NFL brings in over $9 billion in revenues and the average NFL team is worth around $1.2 billion. The latter is a 30% increase since Commissioner Roger Goodell took over in 2006. Revenues from merchandise sales account for an essential part of NFL’s business model. Super stars like QBs Colin Kaepernick and Peyton […]

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NFL, Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning – economic impact & commercial interdependence

Denver Broncos from the NFL experienced its ‘first loss’ of this year’s NFL-season when the team played Indianapolis Colts this weekend (7th game of the season). Broncos won the first 6 games of the season and quarterback Peyton Manning has played a leading role in this great accomplishment with new ‘passing records’. The ironic echo […]

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The NFL & branding – how the economics of the NFL influences consumer behavior

The economics of the NFL has a penetrating influence on consumer behavior. One example of this is brought to football fans via the endorsement deals of the league’s star players. The video below is a perfect example. It displays Eli and Peyton Manning in a commercial for DIRECTV, which questions whether or not a phone […]

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The role of female sports fans in the business of sports

“Scarborough Sports Marketing Research noted the number of female sports fans has increased tremendously over the years (“The women are sports fans,” 2002; Vogt, 2002). In fact, the percentage of women who claimed to be very, or somewhat, avid sports fans doubled between 1998 (29%) and 2002 (58%; Gaffney, 2002). In 2008, women comprised 45% […]

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The significance of a ‘multimedia’ approach to build a sports brand – NFL case….

“The effective and seamless blending of image, music, and voice may also account for the National Football League’s rise to prominence in the television era. By the 1960s, most Americans understood football as a sport.” (Hardy et al., 2012, p. 497). This citation marks that media and especially the evolution of new media (moving from photographs […]

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