Indiana Pacers attendance declines

The Indiana Pacers supposedly called the “heart of basketball country” are in trouble with their fans this season. Public attendance decreases with each game the team plays. The negative news from the team in addition to the losing record has turned into fan apathy for visiting the home of Conseco Field this season where we see more empty seats than […]

Growing up in Idaho: a market research story

I grew up in the state of Idaho in a city of 50,000 called Idaho Falls. Idaho Falls is not very well known. It has a lot of rural area, farms full of potatoes and a Budweiser plant. The main employer in the area is the Idaho National Laboratory, which hires about 8,000 employees and stores spent nuclear fuel. I […]

Jay Cutler – High School Football Bio Growing up in Santa Claus, Indiana, playing quarterback

Jay Cutler was born on April 29, 1983 and long before throwing touchdown passes in the National Football League (NFL) he was growing up in a small Indiana town with the endearing name of Santa Claus, Indiana. As a high school student growing up in rural Indiana, Jay played soccer at Heritage Hills High School in Lincoln City, Indiana. Both […]

Serena Williams Bio – Helpful Information!

However, it is really difficult to explain the biography of Serena Williams in a single article, but here we are trying to give some general information about her. As we all know, Serena Jameka Williams is a famous tennis player with 25 grand slam titles in her kitty. Born on September 26, 1981 in Saginaw, Michigan, she was raised by […]

Brooklyn’s Golden Moment

Over a twelve-year period, the World Series of baseball was largely a New York affair. From 1947 to 1958, at least one New York team was in the World Series every year but one. The only exception was the 1948 matchup between the Cleveland Indians and the Boston Braves. During this golden era of New York baseball, both World Series […]

AFC South off-season changes

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts are another team with too many wide receivers and most of them can start on any team. However, that didn’t stop them from using their first-round pick on ANOTHER receiver. After seeing how his defense was beaten up by quality offenses last year, you would have thought all the top picks would be spent on defense, […]

Can Mass Email Marketing Get Rich?

Forget about pay per click. Forget about search engine submission. Forget online classifieds. None is better and more effective than mass email marketing. Of course, you have to follow the rules, Jo-Jo! But is bulk email marketing illegal? Not. Mass marketing is not illegal (well, it depends). Spam is! What are you saying? what do you mean? Isn’t Mass Email […]

College Football 2007: There are poll hopefuls, 9 of the top 25 teams get a reality check

(Editor’s note: All rankings used in this article are from the AP Top 25 survey and all equipment rankings used are from Sagarin, the gold standard among ranking services.) In the world of college football there are hopefuls and hopefuls. Nine of the top 25 AP teams and 3 of the top 5 received a reality check over the weekend. […]

Fun facts about chocolate

There are so many fun, weird, and wonderful facts about chocolate, it’s hard to know which one to include and which one to omit due to space considerations. First of all, the Mayans used cocoa beans as currency, as they believed that they were more valuable than gold dust. They controlled the production of beans so that their currency did […]

The ’68 All-Star boasted twelve Cy Young winners, nineteen Hall of Famers, but zero races participated.

July inevitably leads to memories of the All-Star Games, whether of heroism on the field or the injustice of the players who were snubbed by not being selected. Since almost the beginning of this century, all baseball fans have remembered the 2002 contest with a feeling of regret. With both managers (Joe Torre of the New York Yankees and Bob […]