PR Newswire has released a roundup of the most newsworthy sports industry press releases for the week, including the Big Ten’s first LGBTQ+ symposium, Chipotle’s “Free-Pointer” promotion, Frito-Lay North America’s support for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, and Borg-Warner Trophy’s award to Indianapolis 500 winner Josef Newgarden. The Diggs Deep Foundation, established by Stefon Diggs through Athletes Charitable, aims to provide emotional support and financial assistance to families in the DC area. Additionally, USA Softball has partnered with Yakkertech and SoftballCloud to enhance the fan experience and provide advanced analytics for players and coaches. Accompanying multimedia assets are available for download with each press release.
A roundup of the week’s most newsworthy sports industry press releases from PR Newswire, including the Big Ten’s first LGBTQ+ symposium and ASICS’ new running shoe.
NEW YORK, June 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — PR Newswire is a of thousands of press releases every week from various industries, including sports. With so many releases published, it can be challenging to keep up with all the latest news. Therefore, to help journalists covering the sports industry, we have compiled a list of the most newsworthy and popular releases from the week that shouldn’t be missed. Here are the top stories:
1. Big Ten Conference to Host its First LGBTQ+ Symposium
The Big Ten will be hosting its first LGBTQ+ symposium, welcoming over 100 student-athletes, coaches, administrators, and guest speakers from its member institutions. This event marks the conference’s ongoing commitment to the LGBTQ+ community.
2. When They Hit a Three, Burritos Are Free: Chipotle Launches “Free-Pointer”
Chipotle has launched “Free-Pointer” for a championship matchup featuring two of the top 3-point-shooting teams from the 2023 playoffs. Fans can expect many buckets and many free burritos.
3. Frito-Lay North America signs on as Tournament Supporter for FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023
Frito-Lay North America has signed on as a tournament supporter for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023. The CEO of Frito-Lay and Quaker Foods North America said that their snacks are known to bring people together for iconic moments in sports, and they look forward to supporting the athletes and fans alike.
4. Borg-Warner Trophy® Awarded to 2023 Indianapolis 500 Winner Josef Newgarden
Josef Newgarden has won the 2023 Indianapolis 500, and in recognition of his win, his face will be added to the sterling silver Borg-Warner Trophy®, which measures 5 feet and 4 inches tall and weighs 110 pounds.
5. Stefon Diggs and the Diggs Deep Foundation: Making a Difference in the DC Area
The Diggs Deep Foundation was established by Stefon Diggs through Athletes Charitable, a division of United Charitable. Its vision is to provide immediate and ongoing emotional support and financial assistance to children and their families in the DC area.
6. USA Softball Partners with Yakkertech and SoftballCloud to Bring…
These are just some of the top stories from the sports industry press releases published on PR Newswire this week. For more information and full access to the accompanying multimedia assets, click on the press release headlines provided in the link: This Week in Sports News: 12 Stories You Need to See.
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