Every year we can’t seem to put into words how important our clients and professional relationships are. Treating our clients like they’re a part of our development team is only the beginning. They help us continue to enhance our existing services while developing new ones to meet the evolving needs of the industry. Our clients can confirm this – we really do listen. Read more
July 27, 2017
The Oakland Raiders are most commonly associated with deceased owner Al Davis, the man famous for the phrase, “Just win, baby.” In this century, winning has been hard to come by for the Raiders, who have posted five or fewer victories in 10 of the past 12 seasons, including a three-year stretch from 2006 to 2008 in which they won 11 games combined. Read more
July 27, 2017
Incident management systems are emerging as a preferred safety tool in the protection of both spectator and venue. ISS 24/7’s featured article “Controlling Chaos” begins on P.40 of the August 2014 issue. Read more
Death Valley is the intimidating home field of LSU football where, on any given Saturday in the fall, the number of tailgating, non-ticket-holding fans can equal the 100,000+ entering the gates to watch their beloved Tigers. It’s a security nightmare that requires meticulous planning, flawless execution, and a little help from your friends in the industry.
Marc Lovicott, public information officer for the University of Wisconsin, never misses a home football game. But recovering from knee surgery, he was forced to watch from home as the Badgers battled the University of Illinois at Camp Randall Stadium on October 11, 2014. The game made national news, but not for the 38-28 Badgers victory. Rather, it was for what happened between the third and fourth quarters — during the “Jump Around” tradition — when an unmanned aircraft was spotted hovering over the student section.