Sports

Pride of Miami

How the Miami Dolphins put the county on the sporting map  Don Shula Former Head Coach - Miami Dolphins   What are the main accomplishments in your career that you are most proud of? What do you want to be your legacy for the Miami Dolphins? I’m proud of my two...

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Proud tradition

How a long-standing legacy of victory becomes an asset for growth in a new era Tom Garfinkel President & CEO – Miami Dolphins What are the key components of the Miami Dolphins’ growth strategy for the medium term? Our goal is to honor the proud winning tradition...

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Unique flavor

How the internationalization of basketball and Miami mutually reinforce each other Chris Bosh Player – The HEAT Group Basketball has become an increasingly international sport. How have you experienced this as a player? The evolution of technology has made the world...

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What does the Miami Open have to say about Miami?

Invest: Miami speaks to Adam Barrett, Director and IMG Executive Vice President Each March, South Florida hosts the Miami Open in Crandon Park. Formerly the Sony Ericsson Open, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) named the 31-year-old competition “Tournament...

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What do the Miami Marlins have to say about Miami?

Invest: Miami speaks to David P. Samson, President In 2015, the Miami Marlins saw its attendance, revenue and per capita spending grow—even our television and radio ratings were up. While we had a setback last year when it came to on-the-field performance, we are back...

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What does The HEAT Group have to say about Miami?

Invest: Miami speaks to Eric Woolworth, President of Business Operations At the start of the 2014-2015 season, we had a bit of uncertainty coming off of LeBron James going back to Cleveland. Later we encountered injuries and other setbacks, resulting in a rather...

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