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Ensenada, Baja California

. The Baja 500, which starts and ends in the city, and Baja 1000 – both races that take their names from their distance in miles – are motorsport races that begin in the city. Media A later expedition by Vizcaíno with the same mission sailed on May 5, 1602 with four ships. This expedition was more fruitful. Ensenada, Baja California was founded. San Diego Bay was explored and Catalina Island (Santa Catalina Island, California) was named. The explorers reached as far north as Monterey Bay, Alta California, which Vizcaíno named in honor of the viceroy. Subsequent plans to colonize Alta California foundered when Zúñiga's successor, Juan de Mendoza, 3rd Marquis of Montesclaros, turned out to be much less favorable. http: www.sandiegohistory.org journal 78winter plans.htm PLANS FOR THE OCCUPATION OF UPPER CALIFORNIA A NEW LOOK AT THE "DARK AGE" FROM 1602 TO 1769, The Journal of San Diego History SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY, Winter 1978, Volume 24, Number 1


Fort Wayne, Indiana

while competing at the War Memorial Coliseum. Fort Wayne was ranked as the "Best Place in the Country for Minor League Sports" in a 2007 issue of ''Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal'', dropping to second place in 2009.<


Indianapolis

according to the Sports Business Journal Sports Business Daily Reader Survey. Before moving to Bankers Life Fieldhouse, the Pacers played their games at Market Square Arena from 1974–1999 and at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum (Pepsi Coliseum) (currently known as the Pepsi Coliseum) from 1967–1974. The Indiana Pacers play their home games at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, where they have resided since 1999. Bankers Life Fieldhouse is located in downtown Indianapolis and seats 18,165

Men's Basketball Tournament and hosted the 2011 NCAA Women's Basketball Final Four (2011 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament). The Fieldhouse is considered one of the best arenas in the NBA, being rated the No. 1 venue in the NBA according to the Sports Business Journal Sports Business Daily Reader Survey. Before moving to Bankers Life Fieldhouse, the Pacers played their games at Market Square Arena from 1974–1999 and at the Pepsi Coliseum Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum


Helsinki

would go on to redefine the sports business industry by pioneering the offering to ‘blue chip’ (Blue chip (stock market)) companies of exclusive, off-the-shelf packages of sponsorship rights to the world’s largest sports tournaments on behalf of the world’s leading sports federations. ‘An introduction to the sociology of sports mega-events’, John Horne & Wolfram Manzenreiter, ''The Sociological Review'' (August 31, 2006), p.7 Early successes included securing investment to establish the Snooker Masters Masters in snooker, ‘The day the Masters was born’, ''BBC Sport'' (January 31, 2002) the Squash (sport) Squash World Open (Squash World Open), and an annual one-day cricket competition (Benson and Hedges Cup) which would run for three decades in the UK. In 1976, on brokering an agreement to sponsor the FIFA World Cup, the company assured its reputation as a leading innovator within the expanding sports marketing field. Employing over 400 staff in 14 offices across 11 countries in its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s, West Nally has served as partner to, among others, the International Olympic Committee, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) (FIFA), 'Patrick Nally to make rare appearance at Sports Marketing 360’, Bernardo Domingues, ''SportBusiness International Online'' (August 4, 2010) the UEFA Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) , the Davis Cup and Federation Cup (Fed Cup) in tennis, the Hockey World Cup (World Hockey Cup), the International Swimming Federation (FINA) (International Swimming Federation), the International Rowing Federation (FISA) (International Rowing Federation), the International Cycling Union (UCI) (International Cycling Union) UCI Academy: 'Presenters — Patrick Nally' and the International Ski Federation FIS World Ski Cup (FIS Ski Jumping World Cup). The company helped secure the financial foundations of the first London Marathon, held in 1981, before playing an instrumental role in the inception of the International Association of Athletics Federations‘ Track and Field Program and in initiating the IAAF World Athletics Championships (World Athletics Championship), 'Hamdan Bin Mohammed Program for Sports Leadership Development hosts "father of sports marketing" at Blue Ocean Forum’, ''AMEinfo'' (February 10, 2009) first held in Helsinki in 1983 (1983 World Championships in Athletics). For the International Rugby Board (IRB) (International Rugby Board), West Nally helped to commercially package and launch the Rugby World Cup, first held in 1987 (1987 Rugby World Cup) in Australia and New Zealand. Known within the industry as the ‘university of sports marketing’ on account of its comprehensive training procedures responsible for cultivating a generation of leading sports business executives, the company’s founder Patrick Nally was in 1988 described by ''Marketing'' magazine, along with Adidas owner Horst Dassler and IMG (International Management Group) founder Mark McCormack, as one of the “three godfathers of sport” who at one time, between them, “controlled the commercial destinies of almost every major sports event in the world”. Credited with first perceiving and harnessing sport’s unique potential as a medium for global brand communication, Nally is today alternatively hailed as “the ‘Founding Father’ of sports marketing”, ‘Industry legend to make rare public address at Sports Marketing 360’, Luke Upton, ''SportsMarketing360'' (July 21, 2010) “the father of modern sports marketing”, “the founding father of the sports business industry”, “the godfather of sports sponsorship” '10 things we learnt at Sports Marketing 360’, Luke Upton, ''SportBusiness International Online'' (September 20, 2010) and the ‘Dean’ of the ‘Sports Marketing University’. In 2009, his pioneer status within the industry was recognized with a nomination in the ‘Outstanding Contribution’ category at ''SportBusiness Magazine''’s annual Sports Event Management Awards. '2009 SportBusiness Sports Management Awards Shortlist’, Matt Cutler, ''SportBusiness International Online'' (October 12, 2009) In the 1980s Ivanov served as the Second Secretary at the Soviet Embassy in Helsinki, working directly under the KGB resident (resident (espionage)) Felix Karasev. Who remembers 2nd Secretary Ivanov? - Helsingin Sanomat 1 April 2007 image Evergrey Nosturi 20032008 03.jpg caption Evergrey performing live at Nosturi, Helsinki, Finland on March 20, 2008 image_size 250 background group_or_band origin Helsinki, Finland genre Power metal, heavy metal (Heavy metal music) 53 33 20 July 1939 Helsinki Finland (Finland national football team) 3–2 Friendly logosize 150px city Helsinki, Finland league SM-liiga '''Jokerit''' (English (English language): Jokers (Joker (playing card)) or Jesters) is an ice-hockey team from Helsinki, Finland, playing in the Finnish Elite League, SM-liiga. The team has won 6 league championships (1973, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2002). 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Knoxville, Tennessee

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Mexico City

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Cincinnati

; Smith's Sports Business Journal'', May 6, 2000 foundation June 17, 1858 location Cincinnati , Ohio, U.S. (United States) locations 1,312 (December 2010) In January 2007, the ''New York Times'' published an article "Data Breach Could Affect Millions". "Yesterday, Fifth Third Bank of Cincinnati


Milwaukee

of sports business accessdate 2008-10-07 date 1999-01-25 work BusinessWeek author Crockett, Roger O. et al. Reinsdorf's share of 56.8% of the team was purchased from Klutznick, Steinbrenner, Shorenstein and the estate of Wirtz.


New Zealand

, and managing director Nally its driving force, the company would go on to redefine the sports business industry by pioneering the offering to ‘blue chip’ (Blue chip (stock market)) companies of exclusive, off-the-shelf packages of sponsorship rights to the world’s largest sports tournaments on behalf of the world’s leading sports federations. ‘An introduction to the sociology of sports mega-events’, John Horne & Wolfram Manzenreiter, ''The Sociological Review'' (August 31, 2006), p.7 Early successes included securing investment to establish the Snooker Masters Masters in snooker, ‘The day the Masters was born’, ''BBC Sport'' (January 31, 2002) the Squash (sport) Squash World Open (Squash World Open), and an annual one-day cricket competition (Benson and Hedges Cup) which would run for three decades in the UK. In 1976, on brokering an agreement to sponsor the FIFA World Cup, the company assured its reputation as a leading innovator within the expanding sports marketing field. Employing over 400 staff in 14 offices across 11 countries in its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s, West Nally has served as partner to, among others, the International Olympic Committee, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) (FIFA), 'Patrick Nally to make rare appearance at Sports Marketing 360’, Bernardo Domingues, ''SportBusiness International Online'' (August 4, 2010) the UEFA Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) , the Davis Cup and Federation Cup (Fed Cup) in tennis, the Hockey World Cup (World Hockey Cup), the International Swimming Federation (FINA) (International Swimming Federation), the International Rowing Federation (FISA) (International Rowing Federation), the International Cycling Union (UCI) (International Cycling Union) UCI Academy: 'Presenters — Patrick Nally' and the International Ski Federation FIS World Ski Cup (FIS Ski Jumping World Cup). The company helped secure the financial foundations of the first London Marathon, held in 1981, before playing an instrumental role in the inception of the International Association of Athletics Federations‘ Track and Field Program and in initiating the IAAF World Athletics Championships (World Athletics Championship), 'Hamdan Bin Mohammed Program for Sports Leadership Development hosts "father of sports marketing" at Blue Ocean Forum’, ''AMEinfo'' (February 10, 2009) first held in Helsinki in 1983 (1983 World Championships in Athletics). For the International Rugby Board (IRB) (International Rugby Board), West Nally helped to commercially package and launch the Rugby World Cup, first held in 1987 (1987 Rugby World Cup) in Australia and New Zealand. Known within the industry as the ‘university of sports marketing’ on account of its comprehensive training procedures responsible for cultivating a generation of leading sports business executives, the company’s founder Patrick Nally was in 1988 described by ''Marketing'' magazine, along with Adidas owner Horst Dassler and IMG (International Management Group) founder Mark McCormack, as one of the “three godfathers of sport” who at one time, between them, “controlled the commercial destinies of almost every major sports event in the world”. Credited with first perceiving and harnessing sport’s unique potential as a medium for global brand communication, Nally is today alternatively hailed as “the ‘Founding Father’ of sports marketing”, ‘Industry legend to make rare public address at Sports Marketing 360’, Luke Upton, ''SportsMarketing360'' (July 21, 2010) “the father of modern sports marketing”, “the founding father of the sports business industry”, “the godfather of sports sponsorship” '10 things we learnt at Sports Marketing 360’, Luke Upton, ''SportBusiness International Online'' (September 20, 2010) and the ‘Dean’ of the ‘Sports Marketing University’. In 2009, his pioneer status within the industry was recognized with a nomination in the ‘Outstanding Contribution’ category at ''SportBusiness Magazine''’s annual Sports Event Management Awards. '2009 SportBusiness Sports Management Awards Shortlist’, Matt Cutler, ''SportBusiness International Online'' (October 12, 2009) Buckley's international studies programs sent the theatre department on tours of Australia and New Zealand in the 1980s. In 2002, the Performing Arts Department collaborated with Tony-nominated writer and director Stuart Ross to present the world premiere of ''The Sounds of Plaid'', a large-cast, co-ed version of Ross's international hit ''Forever Plaid''. In the summer of 2004, ''The Sounds of Plaid'' was re-mounted and presented at the International Fringe Festival, in Edinburgh, Scotland. *Netherlands: Netherlands Red Cross *New Zealand: New Zealand Red Cross *Nicaragua: Nicaraguan Red Cross Manual transmissions are the most common type outside North America and Australia. They are cheaper, lighter, usually give better performance, and fuel efficiency (although automatic transmissions with torque converter lockup and advanced electronic controls can provide similar results). It is customary for new drivers to learn, and be tested, on a car with a manual gear change. In Malaysia and Denmark all cars used for testing (and because of that, virtually all those used for instruction as well) have a manual transmission. In Japan, the Philippines, Germany, Poland, Italy, Israel, the Netherlands, Belgium, New Zealand, Austria, Bulgaria, the UK, Practical Driving Test FAQs Graduated Licensing: Is it what it's meant to be? Ireland, Sweden, Estonia, France, Spain, Switzerland, the Australian states of Victoria (Victoria, Australia), Western Australia and Queensland, Finland and Lithuania, a test pass using an automatic car does not entitle the driver to use a manual car on the public road; a test with a manual car is required. 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