“Since opening the doors of U/S Sports Advisors in 2006, we have committed to creating an environment for our employees, clients and partners based on inclusion and mutual respect. With clients throughout the country, Indianapolis’ central location and sports-focused community has served as an ideal hub for our sports and entertainment marketing agency.

As a growing business, we are concerned by the state’s recent Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) and how this legislation could affect our ability to serve clients and attract new talent. We join with other Indiana corporations, institutions and leaders to urge the Governor and legislature to address and correct all harm and detrimental perception this bill has caused. We must embrace the contributions of our diverse business community and residents in order to thrive.”

About U/S Sports Advisors
Founded in 2006, U/S Sports Advisors is a sports and entertainment marketing agency offering client-tailored services including brand marketing, athletes and celebrities, consulting, public relations, digital, events, sponsorships and licensing and merchandising. Focused on savvy, creativity and innovation, U/S Sports Advisors serves as a partner and strategic advisor to sponsors, leagues, governing bodies, teams and athletes. Learn how to play. smarter. at

U/S Sports Advisors is an equal opportunity employer and provides equal opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship status, age, marital status, disability or status as a veteran in accordance with applicable laws.

U/S Sports Advisors announces that Ronda Hite has been promoted to Vice President, Strategy and Planning. In her new and expanded role, Hite will oversee strategic initiatives and financial management for the company. Additionally, she represents the agency within key industry and community organizations.

Hite joined U/S Sports Advisors in 2013. She previously served as chief financial officer for iHoops (the official youth basketball organization of the NCAA and NBA). Before entering the world of sports, Hite was CFO of the North American Utilities Sector for Vertex Outsourcing, LLC, a customer management outsourcing company providing business process outsourcing services for the public utility and energy services industry worldwide.

Originally from North Carolina, Hite is a graduate of Western Carolina University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting. She currently serves as Board Chair for the Indiana Chapter of the Lupus Foundation of America and as treasurer for Sports Circle Indy.

From Inside Indiana Business

Screen Shot 2015-03-04 at 1.49.40 PMJody Bennett joined U/S Sports Advisors in 2015 as the vice president of operations, where she oversees the company’s client services and development as well as event marketing.

Most recently, Bennett spent close to three years as senior vice president at Aquarius Sports and Entertainment in the Washington, D.C. metro, overseeing day-to-day client relations and marketing strategy among the agency’s largest partners, including Target, AAA and M&T Bank.

She also spearheaded talent recruitment and retention programs, cultivating a dedicated and fun agency culture. During her tenure, Aquarius was twice recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of America’s fastest-growing private companies and was named one of SportsBusiness Journal’s outstanding sports event and experiential marketing firms in America.
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By Eric Rodenberg, Antique Week

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“It’s a real cool stress releaser,” Logano told AntiqueWeek a few days before his Daytona win. “It gives me time away from everything… and I always take it when it comes.”

The race car driver, as expected, collects mostly racing memorabilia, petroliana items and more “guy stuff.”

“I collect things for the ‘cool-factor,'” he says. “I like doing the research, seeing what something is all about. I’m not interested in making money… at the same time, I’m not going to overpay. That’s why I study things.”

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By Brant James, USA Today

Joey Logano wanted it. The grin, pushing his cheeks into a giddy squint, was conclusive. But he didn’t need it, this gently warn, circa-last-century leather Tide Racing jacket.

“That thing is money,” he said.

Plucked from a wooden rack near the box of handsaws and dented metal of a Grapette soda cooler, the orange-and-blue treasure, resplendent with striped pocket piping and flip collar, soon was pulled over Logano’s Team Penske warm-up. If only the jacket didn’t fit, the lanky Sprint Cup driver said, depending on “how big my guts are here,” he would have his excuse to put it back.

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