Tag: Fans

Legion M President Jeff Annison talks pioneering media company and new project ‘Mandy’

| September 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
Legion M President Jeff Annison talks pioneering media company and new project ‘Mandy’

Marking the rise of a fascinating new business model with the potential to change Hollywood forever, entertainment company Legion M has created one of the world’s first fan-owned media platforms. Allowing fans all over the world to invest in a broad slate of film, television and digital content, the company strives to make the audience […]

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Football + Fans = Atmosphere

| November 16, 2016 | 3 Comments
Football + Fans = Atmosphere

49ers football has come a long way.  When 19 of the seniors being honored this Saturday came on their official visits they had to wear hard hats to look around the football stadium.  Now they are two wins away from going to a bowl game. This season Charlotte has struck gold on the road, snagging […]

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College Gameday signs make it to Charlotte

| September 27, 2016 | 0 Comments
College Gameday signs make it to Charlotte

A strong fan base is an aspect of the game that is vital for any college football team. The goal for fans is to give their team an edge at home and also disrupt the thought process for the visiting team. Andrew Josupait, pronounced Joe-Sup-8, does just that at Jerry Richardson Stadium. Josupait, a junior […]

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Martinsville’s veers, tears and cheers

| November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments
Martinsville’s veers, tears and cheers

From crashing and spinning, to pissed off drivers, and a teary-eyed man in Victory Lane; Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race had a little bit of everything. Joey Logano earned his sixth pole award of the season and started first in Sunday’s Goody’s Headache Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway. Early on in the event it was […]

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Harvick causes controversy in NASCAR’s elimination race at Talladega

| October 26, 2015 | 0 Comments
Harvick causes controversy in NASCAR’s elimination race at Talladega

NASCAR may have gotten more drama than it bargained for in Sunday’s running of the Camping World 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. Aside from the white knuckle pack racing that the 2.66-mile track creates, it was an elimination race, putting added stress on the teams that were racing for one of the seven remaining spots in […]

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