For courses in Sports Marketing.
Help students understand the business of sports through a practitioner’s perspective.
Written from the perspective of those who’ve been actively involved in the sports business, Sports Marketing addresses business and marketing issues pertinent to sports as observed by the practitioners and scholars themselves. Through its extensive presentation of current information, this text also helps encourage students to get actively involved and engaged in the process of sports entertainment.
Present information from the field:
Put students’ analytical skills into play:
Preview the chapter’s game plan: Lead-in vignettes. Each chapter begins with a vignette related to sports marketing and the content of the chapter. The vignette describes a practice or occurrence that illustrates a topic appearing in the chapter, setting the stage for more in-depth coverage in the chapter.
Get students ready for the big leagues: Career planning. Many students take a sports marketing course because they have a serious interest in pursuing a career in sports business. In order to help students plan for their future careers, the final chapter contains:
-Information about different career opportunities in sports marketing.
-Steps students can take to position themselves as job candidates.
-Advice on career planning and management from a panel of the book’s industry experts.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Michael Fetchko is co-director of The Pittsburgh Center for Sports Media and Marketing at Point Park University, USA.
Donald P. Roy is professor of marketing at Middle Tennessee State University, USA.
Kenneth E. Clow is a Professor of Marketing and holder of the Biedenharn Endowed Chair of Business in the College of Business Administration at University of Louisiana Monroe, USA.
Table of Contents
Part I: Introduction to Sports Marketing 1. Sports Meets Marketing Part II: Understanding Customers 2. Examining Sports Entertainment Consumption 3. Understanding the Marketing Environment 4. Segmenting Audiences for Sports Part III: Responding to Customers 5. Building a Relevant Brand 6. Defining the Product Offering 7. Tapping into Passion through Experiential Marketing Part IV: Engaging Customers 8. Planning the Brand Story Communications Strategy 9. Creating the Brand Story Communications Campaigns 10. Telling the Brand Story Communications Channels 11. Leveraging the Sports Brand through Sponsorship-Linked Marketing Part V: Satisfying and Serving Customers 12. Measuring Sports Brand Performance 13. Living the Brand Promise. Delivery of Sports Experiences 14. Preparing Future Sports Marketers