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Aug 30, 2006

Conference Commissioners Discuss Orlando, Collegiate Athletics at Speaker Series

Three of the biggest names in college football visited Orlando on Tuesday, Aug. 29 for the FCSports Speaker Series. ACC Commissioner John Swofford, Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany and SEC Commissioner Mike Slive participated in the biggest event in Speaker Series history, appearing together at the Embassy Suites Hotel Downtown Orlando for a discussion on Orlando, the bowl system and all of college athletics. The discussion, moderated by Sun Sports/FSN Florida’s Paul Kennedy, began with a discussion on Orlando’s future […]

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Aug 24, 2006

Florida Citrus Sports Names Steve Hogan Executive Director

FCSports announced today the appointment of Steve Hogan as the new Executive Director of the not-for-profit organization that produces more than 70 annual events including three premier college football games, the Florida Classic, the Capital One Bowl and the Champs Sports Bowl. Hogan has been a member of the staff at FCSports since 1995, when he joined the organization as an events manager. He quickly advanced and took on business development responsibilities within the company. During his first five years […]

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Aug 09, 2006

CompassLearning Donates Resources To Warren Sapp Computer Lab

CompassLearning, Inc has donated web-based learning services worth nearly $30,000 worth to the Warren Sapp Computer Lab at the Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. These services will benefit the numerous educational programs for children and young adults supported annually by the FCSports Foundation. The Odyssey software program, which provides instruction for the full spectrum of elementary school subjects, was donated by CompassLearning through the efforts of Nancy Smith, a former special education teacher in the Central Florida area who now serves […]

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