By Kevin Kleps, Crain’s Cleveland Business


Ken Ungar, president of U/S Sports Advisors, an Indianapolis-based sports and entertainment marketing agency, compared Manziel to Joe Namath last spring, telling Crain’s the Browns player “is the type of personality that can not only transcend football, but be the link to sports and entertainment.”

Now, Ungar, like plenty of others, is less enthused about Johnny Football.

Read More

On Tuesday, December 2, Ken Ungar, founder & president of U/S Sports Advisors, a leading national sports and entertainment marketing agency, will be a featured guest on “The Morning Blend,” a lifestyle television program which airs on KTNV, the ABC affiliate in Las Vegas. Ungar, who’s in Las Vegas to guest moderate a panel on brand building through non-traditional channels at this week’s NASCAR Motorsports Marketing Forum, will discuss social media and athletes, why major brands make athletes an integral part of their marketing plans, and his book “Ahead of the Game: What Every Athlete Needs to Know About Sports Business.”

Read More

By Robert Annis, Bicycling Magazine

Drinking too little fluid might lead to cramps and dehydration, but too much—say the equivalent of 2 percent of your body mass—can lead to a potentially life-threatening condition called hyponatremia. Getting the right amount of fluid is critical.

Read More

When No. 22 Team Penske driver Joey Logano isn’t dominating on the track, he’s busy scouring for hidden gems to display in his Huntersville, North Carolina shop. Fox Sports 1 tagged along to document his latest adventures at an old-time Shell station in Fieldale, Virginia and antique shop in Martinsville:

©2013 U/S Sports Advisors. All Rights Reserved. | Designed by RMD