In the June issue of By Design, SLRG’s Benchmark “Market Trend Watch” study highlights reveal the most desired aspects of golf facility renovation, as well as the most critical drivers of the decision process for both public and private courses.Read More »
This download features SLRG’s mid-season perspective on sports travel for 2018 – learn about the sports traveler’s outlook on the economy, vacation preferences and attitudes on travel related technology.
In the middle of May, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the 1992 federal law that effectively banned commercial sports betting in most states, opening the door to legalizing an estimated $150 billion in annual illegal wagering on professional and amateur sports. As the states contemplate their go to market strategies, bettors will soon have […]Read More »
Recent work in the sporting goods space, amplified our observation that even product categories that lend themselves to more of an impulsive purchase with less involvement, consideration or research, still follow certain fundamentals of the traditional purchase funnel. This particular project called for a research design that required us to get more embedded in the […]Read More »
We are often asked to help organizations define and develop member/customer profiles that can then be leveraged to position their constituents in the most favorable light. SLRG is presently working with two leading sports organizations to help them better understand and profile, their key constituents. Utilizing a mix of qualitative and quantitative methodologies, we are […]Read More »
In the June issue of PGA Magazine, select findings from SLRG’s 2018 golf market outlook show the importance of PGA Professionals in the equipment purchasing processing for avid golfers. More detailed findings and the article that was published in the June issue, can be downloaded here.Read More »
In the May 2018 Marketing Insider, SLRG’s Jon Last examines the broader potential impact of Anheuser Busch’s recently announced move to incorporate performance incentives into its sports marketing partnerships. For decades, Budweiser has called itself the “King of Beers,” and during much of that time, parent company Anheuser-Busch and its venerable brands have also been […]Read More »
In Media Post’s Marketing Insider, SLRG President and incurable Tennessee Titans fan, Jon Last speaks to how his favorite NFL team’s recent uniform unveil, pressed all the right buttons for successful sports marketing activation. Full disclosure—I am a die-hard, uber-obsessive, 40+year fan of the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans NFL franchise. That said, as one who makes […]Read More »
Designing a survey is as much of science as it art. At SLRG we pride ourselves on being able to bridge that gap for clients. Recently, we’ve supported our colleagues and friends of the industry with their own survey writing, with a basic white paper primer that surfaces the nuances that go into survey development, including time and length, guidelines, appropriate question structures, and sampling do’s and don’ts. These guidelines are tantamount to writing an efficient and effective survey that will produce actionable insights.