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Interview with Jim Mercurio of the San Francisco 49ers

This week Matt Crevin from, Voice of the Box, interviews Jim Mercurio, VP of Stadium Operations and Security for the San Francisco 49ers. Jim is like a mayor of a small city on GameDays and is directly responsible for anywhere between 1,200 and 1,400 employees. Jim discusses the numerous jobs that fall under his management…

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Interview with Dave Kranz of the San Francisco 49ers

This weeks feature by Matt Crevin, Voice of the Box, is with Dave Kranz, head statistician for the San Francisco 49ners. Dave is the top man of an eight person crew responsible for recording the details of every play in an NFL game. Learn more about this unique role as Dave shares how he got…

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What to Say When Your Prospect Says, “Call Me Back Later”

You have a prospect who’s genuinely interested.  They’re asking all the right questions, and you’re responding perfectly.  All seems to be going well, and it looks like you’re about to close the deal. All of a sudden they say, “I’ve got some other pressing things that are going on right now, so I have to…

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Interview with Corky Truin of the Seattle Seahawks

This week’s Voice of the Box interview is with Corky Truin, team photographer for the Seattle Seahawks. Corky discusses what its like to bring his two passions of photography and sports together. Learn some helpful tips on how to break into sports photography while gaining insight into this specialized role within the NFL.

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How to Network at a Sports Symposium

We are about to enter Sports Symposium season.  This Friday is the granddaddy of them all: The Princeton Sports Symposium.  Amongst the panelists are former Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox general manager Roland Hemond, Sports Illustrated senior writer Tom Verducci, President of Ponturo Management and chairman of the Leverage Agency sports marketing firm Tony…

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Interview with Frank Kleha of the Atlanta Falcons

Matt Crevin from Voice of the Box, interviews Frank Kleha of the Atlanta Falcons. Frank is a 23 year veteran of the Falcons front office and talks in detail about his role. Plus learn what it takes to land a job in pro football operations. This video is the first of an interview series with sports…

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Where To Find Sports Domain Names

The domain name industry has come a long way in the last 20 years.  In the early 1990s, an individual needed to write in and request a domain name and there was a limit of five names.  A few years later, Network Solutions came on the scene and you could register a domain name, but…

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Redefine Your Passions

We hear it in sports business all the time. Passion. It seems to go hand in hand with sports and it’s paralleled in business.  You see it on resumes and ad campaigns.  Dictionary.com defines passion as a strong or extravagant fondness, enthusiasm, or desire; and though it’s a noun to be effective in your career…

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Get A Job In The Sports Industry Without Being “in” The Industry

Ron Shapiro sheds his light on how he because one of the most influential figures in sports… and it wasn’t because he initially wanted to work in sports. Thanks right.  You don’t have to set out with a ton of work experience “in” the sports industry.  You can be an expert at a certain skill…

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Video Interview: Key Ways To Break Into The Sports World

Even though I may be exactly one foot taller than Mark Tudi, he is a man that stands above us all with the work he has done in the sports industry. With all “height” jokes aside, and thanks to a kind recommendation from a highly respected mutual friend of ours, Mark and I were able…

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The Perfect Pitch: A World Series Champion on Winning and Business Success

Every athlete growing up has dreams of winning the “big game”; hitting a home run in the World Series, making that one-handed touchdown catch in the Super Bowl, or hitting the game winning shot in the NBA Finals.  As most of us will only dream of these moments we are lucky enough to have a…

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From The Basement to Madison Ave: Sports Sponsorships Success

Getting “In” The Sports Industry: How hard is it to start off as a one man sponsorship shop working from your basement, to ending up with an office next to some of the Fortune 500 in NYC? 

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