A guy who sells advertising for stadium restrooms. The inventor of the world’s greatest tailgate grill. The fishy economics behind minor league hockey. A banquet of tales about the Xs and Os of the sports business, written for ColoradoBIZ magazine.
Meet the ex-attorney who sells restroom advertising for a living. And loves it.
Raj Sharan grew up listening to Denver’s top sports-radio station. Now he runs it.
A big player in sports-betting sets up shop.
TERRELL DAVIS: HEAD CASE
The NFL Hall of Famer almost gave up. Then he discovered CBD.
Pandemic or not, golf is still its miserable self.
FINE DINING, NFL-STYLE
A makeover of the eateries at Empower Field elevates the game.
WHERE DID BASEBALL GO?
COVID-19 has left us empty-hearted. And empty-ballparked.
XFL ME, BABY
A civic plea for recognition as a worthy metroplex.
A new baseball team in Colorado Springs hopes to bring the love.
Want to work in the sports business? Here’s your professor.
THE INVISIBLE MOGUL
Stan Kroenke is everywhere. You just can’t see him.
Why fans leave their seats, and hit the bar.
The Broncos President has an ear for the game.
The irrepressible Klaus Obermeyer is here to keep you warm
What coaching youth baseball taught me about life.
ROMO ON THE BRAIN
He patrolled the field with fury. Then he forgot where he was.
BORN TO GRILL
For dedicated tailgaters, it’s the circle of life.
A new professional women’s softball league prowls for talent.
Minor league baseball is big business — if you know how to play your hand.