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Want to Work in Sports? Join Us at our Conference

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Huntersville, NC

#1 Mar 12, 2014
Want to work in Sports?

Don't miss the 3rd annual TPG Sports Career Conference in Charlotte, NC on March 28th & 29th.

Panelists include executives from the NBA, NFL, ESPN and many other sports organizations.

With over 40 representatives from sports organizations and companies, many will be on hand looking to fill internships, hire full-time employees, and network with young professionals.

The objective of the conference is to provide insight on how to break into the sports and entertainment industry by educating attendees on how and what to expect as they navigate through the job search. We also strive to make the conference as interactive for the attendees by providing as many networking opportunities as possible while they are there. The TPG Sports Career Conference is a gathering of top sports industry members and professionals from many different departments of sports organizations. This Wednesday, we will be planning a trip over to Davidson to get the word out to students as well.

At the Conference, we will be looking to hire 2 new interns for the upcoming summer in addition to the numerous sports organizations that will be looking to fill internships, hire full-time positions and network with young professionals.

Our 2014 Sports Career Conference will be held on March 28-29 at Wells Fargo Auditorium in Charlotte, NC.

Panel Topics:

- Sports Entrepreneurs
- Sales & Marketing in Sports
- Sports Media
- The Sport Organization Business & Operations
- Dealmakers & Investors within the Sports Industry

Panelist including:
2014 Sports Career Conference Speakers

There will also be a keynote speaker, networking social and career fair/meet & greet for all attendees. The networking social will have over 40 sports organizations in attendance. Our goal is to give the attendees as many opportunities to interact and build relationships with industry leaders as possible.

Notable past panelists include:
Danny Morrison, Carolina Panthers President
Marc Stein, ESPN Writer
Chris Farrow, ESPNU Producer
Dan Rajkowski, Charlotte Knights President
Milt Newton, Minnesota Timberwolves GM
Justin Zanik, Utah Jazz Assistant GM
Miranda Chattam, ESPN Producer
Karl Hicks, ACC Associate Commissioner
Megan Hughes, Vice President of Genesco Enterprises
Fran Fraschilla, ESPN Commentator
Joseph Damato, Director at Joe Gibbs Racing
Will Webb, Charlotte Sports Foundation President
Bob Rathbun, Atlanta Hawks Broadcaster
Jan Ivey, Wells Fargo Championship Director
Laurie Eberhart, NASCAR Hall of Fame

For Additional Info Please Visit the Career Conference Website:

2013 Sports Career Conference Recap Video:
Informed American

Murphy, NC

#2 Mar 12, 2014
Do you have an extra 100-200 bucks and a free afternoon? Then head on over to Charlotte for the chance to be in the exact same room as people who you admire, but have no reason to talk to you because, well, you're pretty much broke.

Relevant as Amway, and more entertaining than a bus stop. Sort of.
Robert tamer of chimps

Burnsville, NC

#3 Mar 13, 2014
How do you stop 6 Negroes from raping a White girl?, toss them a basketball.

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