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  • Headline -Will the New Hayward Field Help RECRUITING for All Sports?

    https://fishduck.com/2020/10/will-th...or-all-sports/

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    • Meanwhile, back at Old Hayward Field:


      Oregon accepting public proposals for remaining Hayward Field salvage materials

      Historic Hayward Field has been torn down and replaced, but that doesn’t mean it’s gone. Not all of it anyway.

      Before the old stadium was razed in June 2018, it was stripped clean of everything worth saving and then some.

      Much was put into Hayward Hall — a 4,000-square foot museum inside the $200 million new stadium — or sprinkled throughout the new Hayward Field itself or other spots around the University of Oregon campus.

      Plenty of pieces remain, however, and Oregon is ready to hand them over to the public — if the offer is right.

      Now through Dec. 1, Oregon is accepting proposals on how to best use the remaining salvaged materials in ways that are creative and for the public view.

      An advisory committee made up of representatives from several organizations with ties to Hayward Field, the University of Oregon, historic preservation and the Oregon track and field program will determine which proposal or proposals are accepted and where the materials will go.


      https://www.registerguard.com/story/...ts/5988258002/

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      • Meanwhile....Nike is opening their new store in Eugene this month....and you can only guess who the promotional picture is....

        I was a huge fan of Pre ....but I've never seen any company or sport live so much in the past...

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        • Their marketing department need to change it up ...

          How about, "Nike. Glamorising drunk drivers for 45 years" ?

          Or perhaps, "Nike. Supporting plucky 4th-placers since 1975" ?

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          • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
            Their marketing department need to change it up ...
            How about, "Nike. Glamorising drunk drivers for 45 years" ?
            Or perhaps, "Nike. Supporting plucky 4th-placers since 1975" ?
            Obviously, you don't get it, which is fine, but I'm wondering why you feel the need to be so nasty about it.
            Make KINDNESS, not nastiness, a resolution for the new year.

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            • Indeed....

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              • Just a bit of fun, I didn't mean to come across as nasty. Apologies.

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                • To be fair to Nike, Pre only seems to feature heavily in their marketing for t&f in the US. In other sports and in t&f in other countries, he doesn't really figure.

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                  • Originally posted by LuckySpikes View Post
                    Just a bit of fun, I didn't mean to come across as nasty. Apologies.
                    Accepted! 😀
                    We have enough 'nasty' with the pandemic already - we can all be resolved to not add to it.
                    I sometimes fall short too . . . 😥

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                    • Originally posted by Trickstat View Post
                      To be fair to Nike, Pre only seems to feature heavily in their marketing for t&f in the US. In other sports and in t&f in other countries, he doesn't really figure.
                      Yeah....frankly I can't think of anyone better....

                      Besides they are selling a brand not a sport....I doubt Nike would care if few of the shoppers ever went to Hayward...

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