We looked inside some of the tweets by @APdaveskretta and found useful information for you.
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A day before the NFL roster cut deadline, I have a transaction to announce. The Buffalo Bills and @news10nbc trade...me....to the Kansas City Chiefs and @KCTV5 ! Andy Reid (may I call you Andy? Big Red, perhaps?) this Pennsylvania girl can not WAIT to meet you. https://t.co/crRn16faCv
Welcome to KC! https://t.co/PGK0wFiUfK
My mom loved nothing more than finding great sports books for me to read as a kid. She discovered "Go Up for Glory" by Bill Russell at a used book sale. Shaped so much of my understanding of sports, race & life. Grateful to Bill Russell for his story. And I miss you, Mom.
Ditto. I probably read “The Kid from Tomkinsville” a dozen times as a young teen. Damn, wish I had a copy right now... https://t.co/ejEqqUHJsZ
@APdaveskretta @EmptySeatsPics Every data point says the better the engagement, broadcasts and content (digital) the better attendance. Make the games as awesome to watch on TV as possible and make digital content engaging and compelling. Your brand and attendance grows. #sportsbiz
It’s not perfect, but the Fox in-game broadcast interaction with players does show you a structure for making TV sports more engaging for a younger audience (and, like, everyone else) in the long term.
This is so true. But it also works against putting people in seats. The at-home experience has become superior in a lot of respects, and continues to improve. Yet the in-stadium experience is stagnant and lame. And it sucks to see empty seats everywhere. https://t.co/YOLjbyPEAM