Topic: Sports promotion

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What’s Shakin’: October 9

We’ve put together a detailed rundown of what happened this week that you should know. In life, knowledge is power. In this business, knowledge is dollars.

Chivas Regal Launches the Chivas Fight Club

Chivas Regal has partnered with boxing's unified middleweight champion of the world Gennady "GGG" Golovkin to introduce The Chivas Fight Club, which offers exclusive access to activities, events and content for those who enter.
Bellator 180: Chael vs Sivla

Bellator 180: Sonnen vs. Silva

Madison Square Garden will host Bellator’s first-ever mixed martial arts event in the state of New York on Saturday, June 24th with Bellator NYC: Sonnen vs. Silva.

Score with the Super Bowl

On February 5 over 110 million people will tune into America's big game, Super Bowl LI. Sports fans, diehard and casual alike, will be looking to eat, drink and celebrate on the big day, and they'll do so with or without you. Here are 10 tips to make customers want to celebrate Super Bowl LI at your bar, nightclub or restaurant.

7 Sports Bar Promotions

Sports bar promotions can be traditional or outside the box. You'll have to choose what will both pique your guests' interests and work best for your concept. To help you get your creative promotions and marketing juices flowing, here are 7 sports bar promotions that we definitely feel are home runs.

Hosting PPV Events

Hosting pay-per-view events provide you the opportunity to showcase your business and offer a premium experience to your patrons. On Saturday, September 17, Canelo Alvarez challenges undefeated WBO Junior Middleweight World Champion Liam "Beefy" Smith.

J&J Sports Productions

Boxing events can certainly boost your sales, and Manny Pacquiao's final fight should really draw guests through your doors. Contact J&J Sports Productions to host the pay-per-view match between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley, Jr.

Sports Bar Tips

Sports bar promoting requires more than just slapping a few large TVs on your walls and having cold beer on tap. With just a few taps of a screen, sports fans can interact with one another so you need to effectively combine technology and promotions to succeed.