Four students from the Sport Administration program recently worked extensively with ProCamps Worldwide, an international event management company which assists professional athletes in the development of their personal sports camps. During the spring 2010 semester, Kristen Finch, Brett Peterson, Jill Davis and Jordan Wright planned, organized and developed marketing strategies to attract local elementary, middle and high school aged participants for the 2010 Old Spice Chris Johnson Football Camp. During the event, held at Battle Ground Academy on June 16, these students assisted the ProCamps’ staff with field setup, customer service needs, crowd control and a variety of other event management needs, which helped make the all-day event a huge success. Pictured are (left to right): Kristen Finch, MSA student; Matt Toy, MSA adjunct faculty and Corporate Public Relations Director at D1 Sports; Christina Ludwick, MSA student and D1 intern; Brett Peterson, MSA student; Jill Davis, MSA student; and Jordan Wright, MSA student.
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