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Posted March 13, 2012
In the biography Bill France: the Man Who Created NASCAR, written by H.A. Branham, copy written in 2010 by H.A. Branham, readers learn about a man who was so deeply committed to fulfilling his fathers’ work and went out and trounced anything his dad ever thought possible. This book is a great read that takes you into the under workings of sports and shows the general public what a day in the life of former NASCAR president, chairman, and CEO whose real name was William Clifton France, Known as Bill France Jr. He was able to skyrocket NASCAR’s popularity within his reign as NASCAR CEO, this is why is you are looking to begin a career in a sports business field it is a must read for you. It shows how much time effort is necessary when you are trying to increase popularity in a sport that was not that popular before he took office.
After reading this book, I learned that I would definitely want to pursue a career in the sports industry. Despite the long hours and long work it includes, H.A. Branham’s book showed me that it is the right career for me. I would recommend this book to anyone that is a sports fan, a hard working business man, or is looking to enter the sports field. It is a great book that realy helped me make up my mind abot going into the field. I would highly recommend anyone and everyone to read this book because it shows how hard work and determination can leader to a successful and prosperous career in anything you do. Although the book can get boring at times because all it talks about is NASCAR, if you are someone that is looking to major in the sports industry you should definitely check this book out.