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YMCA Camp Tockwogh Renews as 2016 HKRS Sponsor
YMCA Camp Tockwogh Supports HKRS in PA and DE to Foster Their Goal of Healthy Living

December 17, 2016


Thornton, PA (December 17, 2015) – Healthy Kids Running Series (“HKRS”) is pleased to renew their partnership with YMCA Camp Tockwogh, a spectacular rural camp on 309 well-preserved aces spread over a mile and a half of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay shoreline.


YMCA Camp Tockwogh’s mission is to foster healthy living and social responsibility through the development of independence, confidence, lifelong learning and character in youth, teens, and families. Camp Tockwogh offers traditional, coed and overnight summer camp, retreats, conferences and year-round teen leadership programs.


Commenting on the renewal, HKRS’s VP of Operations, Scott Ely, said “We learned in 2015 that there are a multitude of synergies between our programs. Many of our participants and families partake in both HKRS and camps at Camp Tockwogh, and together our missions foster a year-round focus on healthy living and building character in our youth.”


The partnership will focus on ten HKRS locations in Southeastern PA and Delaware, where are majority of the camps patrons live. PA locations include; Concord Township, Havertown, Downingtown, Media, Springfield, Wayne and West Chester. DE locations include Wilmington, Middletown and Newark. 


The Spring 2016 series marks the 13th series of HKRS, since its 2009 inception in West Chester, PA. In April, Healthy Kids Running Series will be offered in 110+ locations across twenty five states, the largest season to date for HKRS.


About Healthy Kids Running Series & Pattison Sports Group

The Healthy Kids Running Series is a non-profit program founded in 2009 to combat increasing rates of childhood obesity through the introduction of running. HKRS began in West Chester, PA and is now in over 110 communities across 25 states and Puerto Rico. In 2015 HKRS hosted over 15,000 youth runners. HKRS is its own non-profit entity managed by the Pattison Sports Group, Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management.  For more information please visit or



Cowboy Cup Shines In Second Year
November 20, 2015

Plano, TX (November 16, 2015) – Pattison Sports Group, the premier sports marketing and event management firm in the Philadelphia area and owner of the Victory Event Series, hosted the 2nd Annual Cowboy Cup this past weekend (November 14-15, 2015) at Russell Creek Park in Plano, TX. The tournament was spread across 12 fields and included 103 teams. By the end of the weekend, champions had been crowned in ten boys divisions ranging from 1st grade through high school.


“We are extremely pleased to see how lacrosse in Texas and the surrounding states has taken off,” says Scott Ely, Vice President of Pattison Sports Group. “It’s great to see this event go from 43 teams to 103 teams in just one year and we look forward to building on this success with upgrades to the Texas Draw next summer.”


Potential upgrades to the Cowboy Cup’s summer counterpart, the Texas Draw, may include bringing in coaches from several Division 1 schools as well as features to enhance the parent experience.


The level of competition was at an all time high with elite teams coming from North Carolina to Texas to throw their hat in the ring. Age groups were divided into multiple divisions, enabling recreational and school teams to compete against other teams of similar ability.



High School A                Team LA Black over Coppell Cowboys Red (7-6)
HS B Championship       Plano Sr. HS 1 over Rockwall Varsity (6-5)
HS B Competitive          Georgetown over C2C Austin (7-1)
2020 A                           Parrot Heads over Fireantz Lacrosse (6-2)
2020 B                           Team 91 Texas over Dripping Springs Lacrosse (8-0)
2021                              3d Dallas Select 2021 over Sentry TX 2021 (11-5)
2022                              3d Dallas Select 2022 over Iron Horse Austin 2022 Orange (7-2)
2023                              Sentry TX 2023 over LC Dallas 2023 (4-2)
2024/2025                    Capital City Javelinas over Team 91 Texas (11-2)
2026/2027                    Mohicans over Sentry TX 2026/2027 (7-3)


Thanks to Victory’s Partnership with Gatorade, the sidelines were fully stocked with both Gatorade and water throughout the tournament while athletes received other Gatorade products for free. The Cowboy Cup had a well rounded vendor village that included STX, Team Lax Plus, Lacrosse Jewelry, Ultimate Team Posters and LaxSoHard. Delicious hot and cold beverages were also available.


Victory Event Series would like to thank all of its sponsors for their important role in helping make this event a success. We would also like to thank the City of Plano and Russell Creek Park for providing their great facility and ideal fields as well.


For more information regarding events and tournaments please visit


About Pattison Sports Group

Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management. For more information please visit


November 5, 2015


Thornton, PA (November 5, 2015) – Victory Event Series is excited to reinstate the Play Huge Prize Pack, formerly known as the Play Huge Purse. In 2016, like this past year, the Play Huge Prize Pack will be awarded to the two most elite teams of the summer with a total of $10,000 worth of STX PRODUCT CREDIT, not cash.


In partnership with STX, the world’s leader in lacrosse gear design and innovation, the Play Huge Prize Pack will be awarded to the champions of the top boys division at both the Boys Summer Slam and the Texas Draw. Each of these two winning clubs will be given an STX gift certificate equivalent to $5,000.


The respective clubs can use this credit to purchase from a pre-published list of the latest STX equipment, featuring the latest heads, handles and helmets. In congruence with NCAA eligibility guidelines, no team or player is, or has been, awarded money. To clarify, being a part of a Play Huge Prize Pack (or Play Huge Purse) winning team will in no way jeopardize a player’s NCAA eligibility down the road. Our aim is to grow the game, give back to the sport, build excitement, and promote both our partner’s brand and that of our events.


For more information regarding Victory Event Series, please visit


About Pattison Sports Group

Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management. For more information please visit


2015 Brandywine Classic Wraps Up After Successful Weekend
October 25, 2015

Toughknamon, PA (October 25, 2015) – After two days of competitive youth and high school lacrosse, eleven teams have been crowned Brandywine Classic Champions. On Saturday, October 24th, the Brandywine Polo club hosted 40 teams of high school boys and youth girls. The divisions flipped Sunday, with 49 high school girls and youth boys taking over.


“We’re thrilled with how the tournament turned out.” said Jeff Long, President & CEO. “They were calling for rain Sunday and it turned out to be even better weather than Satuday. We were impressed with the talent that was on our fields all day and have been pleased with the level of competition.”


Just a few of the teams that stood out were the Roughriders, who had two championships at the youngest boys divisions, Braveheart, who has been consistently successful in Victory Events, Victory 2017s, as well as Rush Henrietta Girls Lacrosse who won the 2019 division over a tough PA Express team in the final. Looney’s boys 2020 emerged as the most dominant team in any division, leaving no doubt in their championship game.


Finals Results:

Girls 2016/2017: Victory 2017 over Lanco Elite 2017 (9-2)
Girls 2018: PA Pride 2018 over Monarchs ‘18 (11-6)
Girls 2019: Rush Henrietta Girls Lacrosse over PA Express 2019 Orange (8-6)
Girls 2020: TLC 2020 Red over Avalon Lacrosse Breakers (16-4)
Girls 2021: Braveheart 2021 over TLC 2021 White (11-5)
Girls 2022/2023: Rip & Run 2022 over PA Express 2022 (9-8)
Boys 2016/2017: Brotherhood 11/12 over Wings Lax (8-2)
Boys 2018/2019: Fusion 2018 over Brotherhood 10 (10-6)
Boys 2020: Looney’s 2020 Orange over Fusion 2020 (15-1)
Boys 2021: MD Roughriders 2021 over PA Roughriders 2021 (10-9)
Boys 2022/2023: PA Roughriders 2022 Elite over Brotherhood 6 (16-3)


The tournament included a vendor village that offered a wide range of merchandise, gear, and food. Shoo Mama’s, the Brandywine Classic’s concessionaire, was a huge hit with everything from breakfast sandwiches to pulled pork lunches. ASC Lacrosse had a wide variety of lacrosse gear, and Fine Design provided official tournament apparel and outfitted our girls division winners with championship shirts.

For more information regarding the Victory Event Series, please visit


About Pattison Sports Group
Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management. For more information please visit


Erica Roebuck Hired as New Victory Girls Lacrosse Director
September 10, 2015

Thornton, PA (September 9, 2015) – Pattison Sports Group, the premier sports marketing and event management firm in the Philadelphia area and owner of the Victory Event Series, is excited to announce Erica Roebuck as the new Director of Victory Girls Lacrosse.


“Victory is very fortunate to add someone with Erica’s experience. Her college, high school and club coaching experience will undoubtedly make us a better club. We share the same goal – establish Victory as a top club of recruitable athletes.” said Jeff Long, President & CEO. “She is an experienced coach and former Division 1 athlete who we are confident will do an exceptional job of furthering the Victory program. We’re excited for her to build upon on our success.”


Roebuck, who is currently the Head Coach at Bayard Rustin, has a robust resume that includes a head coaching position for Centenary College and a number of seasons as assistant coach for both Archbishop Carroll High School and Eastern University. She has also coached numerous elite club teams since her playing days at Villanova University.


“I’m really excited for this opportunity to take Victory Girls Lacrosse to new heights,” Roebuck said yesterday. “I am looking forward to working with everyone and raising the level of competition that this Club will bring to tournaments and the recruiting scene.”


Roebuck’s hiring came after former Director Ali Kern stepped down to accept a teaching position in Delaware. Kern will remain on the coaching staff. Roebuck will start the week of September 14th.


For more information regarding Victory Girls Lacrosse, please visit


About Pattison Sports Group

Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management. For more information please visit


Girls Summer Slam Post-Wrap
July 15, 2015

Thornton, PA (July 15, 2015) – This past weekend, Victory Event Series hosted the Girls Summer Slam at Seneca High School in Tabernacle, NJ. With games running on 15 fields Saturday and Sunday (July 11-12th), each of the 105 girls teams played at least five games in a world cup format. Girls from rising fifth graders up through high school seniors competed for eight divisional championships.


Two notably exciting games of the tournament were the 2017 and 2018 A finals. In the 2017 final, Hotlanta led late in the game until LaxEDGE’s Allison Fellicetti tied it up at seven to send it into overtime. Kristen Berntsen followed up with the game winning goal to earn LaxEDGE the championship. Hotlanta did not go home empty handed though, as their 2018 A team scored a game winning goal with under a minute to play. Shortly after, a clutch Hotlanta save by Lola Catoe with eight seconds left preserved their first Girls Summer Slam Championship.


Divisional Championship results are as follows:

2016 Team United 2016 defeated Hunterdon Storm (12-10)
2017 LaxEDGE 2017 defeated Hotlanta (8-7 OT)
2018 A Hotlanta 2018 defeated Team United (7-6)
2018 B Morris Storm 2018 defeated LaxEDGE (11-5)
2019 T3 North 2019 Black defeated T3 Shore 2019 Black (11-5)
2020 T3 North 2020 Black defeated LaxEDGE 2020 (11-3)
2021 Braveheart Select defeated T3 Shore 2021 Black (12-6)
2022/2023 T3 Shore 2022 Black defeated T3 North 2022 Black (11-9)

The Girls Summer Slam also featured its annual Dance Contest, which drew a large and energetic crowd of dancers and spectators. With the music pumping hundreds of girls gathered in front of the registration tent. The field was eventually narrowed down to two girls representing Team United and FLG lacrosse. In the end Jenna Wilen of Team United was crowned the winner and took home a new iPad.


During the tournament and afterwards, club and college coaches alike had good things to say. “I want to thank you for your tireless efforts in making Summer Slam a super success,” said 8 Meter Lacrosse Director Rich McConnell. “As the director of an upstart club you always make my job so simple.”


“Sunny skies, quality referees, competitive teams and college coaches continue to make the Girls Summer Slam one of the best girl’s tournaments in the Tri-State area. Victory Event Series would like to thank everyone for coming out to the event,” said Jeff Long, Present of Pattison Sports Group.

For more information regarding events and tournaments please visit

About Pattison Sports Group

Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management.


Jeff Long Announced as a 2015 Future 50 CEO Award Winner

December 23, 2014


THORNTON, PA - Pattison Sports Group ("PSG"), Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in event management, strategic sports sponsorship consulting and property representation, is pleased to announce that Jeff Long, President & CEO has been recognized by Philadelphia SmartCEO as a 2015 Future 50 Award winner.  


SmartCEO’s Future 50 Awards recognize fifty fast-growth, mid-sized companies in the region, five large Blue Chip companies and five small Emerging Growth companies. These companies represent the future of the region’s economy and embody the entrepreneurial spirit critical for leadership and success. This impressive group of winners will be profiled in the January/February issue of SmartCEO magazine and celebrated at an annual awards reception in January.


“I am honored to be recognized by SmartCEO.  It is the staff at PSG that makes awards like this possible.  I am fortunate to work with a group of good solid people who work hard and deliver results.  We strive to do the right thing and deliver a great customer experience.  Congrats to all the winners” said Jeff Long.


Earlier this month, PSG’s nonprofit program Healthy Kids Running Series received Competitor Group’s ‘Best of 2014’ award. Competitor Group, a global services, media and event management group dedicated to the Active Lifestyle Industry, encouraged their regional readers of Competitor Magazine to vote for their ‘Best of 2014’. Those readers in the Southeast market including Georgia, Florida the Carolinas and surrounding states have selected Healthy Kids Running Series – Asheville, NC as the “Best Race for Kids.”


About Pattison Sports Group

Pattison Sports Group, founded in 2008, is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Event Management, Strategic Sports Sponsorship Consulting and Property Representation. The Victory Event Series is Pattison Sports Group’s lacrosse event brand featuring tournaments, showcases, clinics and the Victory Girls Lacrosse Club. PSG also founded and manages the Healthy Kids Running Series, a national nonprofit combating childhood obesity through a positive and educational introduction to running.



New Play, Big Payoff by Diane Mastrull, Inquirer Staff Writer

July 28, 2014


Link to Article on Here


Jeff Long could torture himself with "what ifs." Especially: What if that financial backer had come through with the $250,000 Long needed to sustain his ticket-outsourcing business for college sports events until critical mass was achieved?

But after that potential investor bailed, a fortuitous thing happened to Long, of Thornton, Delaware County. A neighbor convinced him to come watch his son play for Malvern Prep in a lacrosse playoff game against La Salle College High School.


Long couldn't believe what he saw that day at the Garnet Valley High School fields in spring 2008: about 3,000 spectators, and nary a sponsor or vendor.


"I said, 'There's money to be made here,' " recalled Long, who was director of corporate partnerships for the Philadelphia Eagles until fall 2008 and, before that, assistant commissioner for the Atlantic Ten Conference, in charge of sponsorships. "I said to my neighbor, 'I'm going to own this event next year.' "


He would do much more than that, steering his Pattison Sports Group away from the ticket business and into organizing, hosting, and marketing youth sports events across the country.

Based in a renovated carriage house in Thornton, the firm has seven employees and nearly $1 million in revenue from two financially separate endeavors.


The Victory Event Series is the for-profit venture, which this year will include nine lacrosse tournaments in five states involving more than 43,000 participants, including athletes and spectators.


Healthy Kids Running Series is a nonprofit program. Started in fall 2009 in West Chester with 150 runners, Healthy Kids will involve about 7,000 runners in 61 towns in 20 states this fall, with local organizers - businesses, community groups, and individuals - operating the five-week programs like franchises, though there is no franchise fee.


Demand grew too much for Long and his staff to handle alone, he said. Proceeds from registration fees and sponsorships are split between his organization and race coordinators.

"We're now at a critical mass point to be attractive to national partners," he said, citing New Balance among them.


Giant Food Stores sponsored races in 19 locations in Pennsylvania and Virginia in the spring, said the company's marketing manager, Serena Corrigan.


But it's the lacrosse tournaments that have the real earnings potential and are the cornerstone of Pattison Sports Group, said Long, whose office with the Eagles looked out on Pattison Avenue.


As he vowed at that 2008 lacrosse championship, Pattison Sports Group would organize the Inter-Ac Invitational lacrosse tournament the next year. Held at Cabrini College in Radnor ever since, it attracted such high-profile sponsors as Toyota and the Air Force, plus local businesses, paying $500 to $5,000 for visibility at an event with high-income audiences.


"When we were bringing those kind of sponsors into the lacrosse space, that was opening people's eyes," Long said. Soon, other tournaments were asking for help in securing sponsors.


"That's when we said, 'Why are we doing this for everybody else? Why don't we do this for ourselves?' "


In addition to lining up sponsors, Pattison Sports Group now also handles registration, merchandising, and food concessions. The goal is to make attending a tournament the best experience it can be.


No disrespect to booster clubs and other volunteers, said Scott Ely, Pattison's vice president of operations, but "in youth sports, people are willing to pay for a service that's professional in attitude."


That's because the returns can be tremendous, said Ed Voss, athletic superintendent for the city of Plano, Texas. Pattison's Victory Event Series included the Texas Draw lacrosse tournament there in June the last three years, which had an economic impact just in 2014 of $3.4 million, according to Plano Convention and Visitors Bureau. Pattison will add the Cowboy Cup in Plano in November.


"We do these things for a couple of reasons: One is business vitality within our community - the impact of people traveling here, staying in our hotels, eating in our restaurants," Voss said. "Plano is kind of getting a name out there for doing those events and doing them well, and Pattison is a big part of it."


The challenge now for Pattison is keeping ahead of new competitors - and keeping costs in check amid rising facilities fees.


"In a perfect world, I'd love to see us own our own facility," Long said. "Then you can control your destiny."


In the meantime, Pattison will explore growth by expanding into other sports - basketball, for starters.


As for that ticket business?


"I'm glad it didn't work out," Long said, "but I often think back and think what it could have been."

Airball or Moneyball? Philly's 76ers Sink Now to Shine Later by Bill Briggs

April 1, 2014


Jeff Long commenting on the Philadelphia 76ers rebuilding. Is the sixers strategy a product of the NBA system or a choice by the Sixers front office?  


The full article is available here on NBC News

Pattison Sports Group Creates Girls Lacrosse Club Team - Victory Girls Lacrosse; Annouces the Hiring of Caitlin Kelley as Director of Women's Lacrosse

March 28, 2014


Thornton, PA (March 28, 2014) - Pattison Sports Group, the premier sports marketing and event management firm in the Philadelphia area announced Caitlin Kelley has joined the organization as Director of Women's Lacrosse and will lead the formation of a new girls lacrosse club team - Victory Girls Lacrosse. 


In addition to starting PSG's new girl's lacrosse club team, Victory Girls Lacrosse, Kelley will manage PSG's current portfolio of girl's lacrosse events including the Girls Summer Slam, Brandywine Classic, T300 Showcase and Texas Draw. Kelley will also be responsible with adding tournaments to the Victory Event Series lineup.

Jeff Long, President of Pattison Sports Group commented, "We are fortunate to add someone of Caitlin's ability and reputation in girl's lacrosse. It is an exciting time with the start of our new Victory Girls Lacrosse club team and we couldn't be happier to have Caitlin lead these efforts. She will also help expand our girl's lacrosse brand across the country."

Starting in 2014 Victory Girls Lacrosse will host four teams: 2016 Black, 2017 Red, 2018 Black and 2019/2020. Kelley will Head Coach the 2016 Black & 2017 Red teams and Genevieve Grossman will Head Coach the 2018 Black team. Co-Coaching the 2016 Black team is the highly decorated Lee Krug, longtime Unionville Head Coach and Southeastern PA Lacrosse Hall of Famer. Carolyn Thompson, Head Coach at Caravel, will serve as Head Coach for the 2019/2020 team.


Kelley is currently the Head Lacrosse and Field Hockey Coach at Archmere Academy in Claymont, DE and former decorated lacrosse coach at Downingtown East High School where she earned a 72-21 record during her stay. Her accomplishments include placing over 20 athletes at Division I or II programs as well as the U19World Cup Goalie in 2011.


For more information regarding Victory Girls Lacrosse or roster of Victory Event series tournament please visit or call Caitlin Kelley at 484-352-3546.


About Pattison Sports Group
Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia's premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management. For more information please visit

FOX Sports Media Group and ECAC Lacrosse Announce Multi-Year TV Deal

Partnership Kicks Off with ECAC Lacrosse Semifinals & Finals in May


Los Angeles, CA (March 12, 2013) – FOX Sports Media Group (FSMG) today announced a new multi-year television agreement with ECAC Lacrosse. The NCAA Division I conference includes Air Force, Bellarmine, Denver, Fairfield, Hobart, Loyola University Maryland, Ohio State and Michigan.


This season, FOX Sports Networks (FSN) will televise the ECAC Lacrosse semifinals on Thursday, May 2 (5:00 PM ET and 8:00 PM ET) and finals on Saturday, May 4 (4:00 PM ET) live from Hobart College. The games will also be available on FUEL TV and FOX College Sports.


Beginning with the 2014 season, the ECAC Lacrosse tournament will air on FOX Sports 1, FSMG’s new national sports network set to launch in August. FSMG will also have the opportunity to televisea new ‘Game of the Week’ series.


This agreement demonstrates ECAC Lacrosse’s commitment to growing their national brand and building upon the 2012 NCAA Tournament success, which featured Loyola University Maryland winning the National Championship.


“The ECAC is thrilled to have the ability through the FOX Sports Media Group to showcase the talents of the student-athletes of our lacrosse league on national television," said ECAC Assistant Commissioner Ben Layton. "The FOX Sports partnership will create a positive atmosphere for our league championship and allow the country to see how competitive our league continues to be."


“FOX Sports is elated to welcome ECAC Lacrosse and its highly successful member schools into our portfolio of college programming,” said Gary Ehrlich, Executive Vice President, FOX Sports Networks. “We place tremendous value on college sports and this multi-year partnership features many opportunities to expose more people to ECAC Lacrosse and this exciting sport.”


Pattison Sports Group, ECAC Lacrosse’s sports marketing agency, was an advisor on the deal.


“We are thrilled to help ECAC Lacrosse build on their momentum with the signing of this FOX Sports Media Group partnership. The ECAC values FOX Sports’ vision and investment into the game of lacrosse at the collegiate level over the next few years,” said Jeff Long, President of Pattison Sports Group. “Additionally, FOX Sports’ investment and commitment provides the Conference with a great platform and value proposition for Division I programs interested in joining the ECAC.”


FOX Sports' agreement with ECAC Lacrosse bolsters what was already the most comprehensive portfolio of college product in the country, with more than 2,000 marquee events showcased through national and regional platforms, including FOX Sports, FSN, the Big Ten Network, FOX College Sports and In addition to ECAC Lacrosse, FOX Sports' impressive roster of collegiate partners includes the Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC, ACC and Conference USA.


About FOX Sports Media Group

FOX Sports Media Group (FSMG) is the umbrella entity representing News Corporation’s wide array of multi-platform US-based sports assets. Built with brands capable of reaching more than 100 million viewers in a single weekend, FSMG includes ownership and interests in linear television networks, digital and mobile programming, broadband platforms, multiple web sites, joint-venture businesses and several licensing partnerships. FSMG includes FOX Sports, the sports television arm of the FOX Broadcasting Company; FOX Sports 1; Fox’s 22 regional sports networks, their affiliated regional web sites and FSN national programming; FOX Soccer, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go; FUEL TV; FOX Deportes and FOX College Sports. In addition, FSMG also encompasses FOX Sports Digital, which includes on MSN, FOX Sports GO,, and Also included in the Group are Fox’s interests in joint-venture businesses Big Ten Network, BTN 2Go and STATS, LLC, as well as licensing agreements that establish the FOX Sports Radio Network and FOX Sports Skybox restaurants.


About ECAC Lacrosse

The ECAC lacrosse league is an NCAA Division I Conference comprised of Air Force, Bellarmine, Denver, Fairfield, Hobart, Loyola University Maryland, Ohio State and Michigan. The league begins its 15th season of competition in 2013.


About Pattison Sports Group

Pattison Sports Group is Philadelphia’s premier sports marketing firm specializing in Corporate Consulting, Property Representation and Event Management. For more information please visit

Jeff Long as Guest on The Big Money Show with Joe Besecker for Steve Cordasco 1210AM WPHT

March 12, 2011


Joe Besecker interviews Jeff Long regarding current NFL Labor Negotiations and the economic impact this potential hold-out has on South Philadelphia and other related business sectors.

Jeff Long Quoted on Michael Vick's Sponsorship Activity in the Sports Business Journal

The Lefton Report, Terry Lefton: Oct. 4, 2010


"...As is often the case on the sidelines, marketers were preaching patience. 'Assuming he continues to perform well, someone will definitely sign him before the end of the year,' said former Eagles director of corporate sponsorships Jeff Long, now an independent marketing consultant. 'You don't want to get caught up in the 'flavor of the minute,' so I'd certainly inquire, but I wouldn't do anything until after Christmas."


To view this article in its entirety, visit

Press Releases/News

New 1-Mile Race Series Coming to Media and Manayunk

The 5280 Race Series debuts in May.

March 26, 2015

Victory Event Series & STX Announce 'PLAY HUGE PURSE' Totaling $10,000 in STX Credit for Tournament Champions
Thornton, PA | March 3, 2015
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Jeff Long Announced as a 2015 Future 50 CEO Award Winner
Thornton, PA | December 23, 2014
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PSG Creates Girls Lacrosse Club team; Hires Caitlin Kelley as Director, Women's Lacrosse
Thornton, PA | March 28, 2014
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HKRS Opens Spring 2014 Registration; Announces New Locations

Thornton, PA | Jan. 2, 2014

PSG Hiring Summer Interns for 2014
Thornton, PA | Oct. 30, 2013
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FOX Sports Media Group and ECAC Lacrosse Announce Multi-Year TV Deal
Los Angeles, CA | March 12, 2013
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Dan Pellicano & Allison Tatios Join PSG Team
Thornton, PA | Jan. 22, 2013
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STX Extends Partnership with the Victory Event Series into 2013
Thornton, PA | Jan. 21, 2013
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Healthy Kids Running Series Opens Spring 2013 Registration
Thornton, PA | Jan. 16, 2013
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ECAC Lacrosse Announces Partnership with Pattison Sports Group

Centerville, MA | Feb. 23, 2012

STX Renews Partnership with Victory Event Series
Thornton, PA | Dec. 20, 2011
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PSG Hires Chris Gonzales and Myles Monaghan
Pattison Sports Group is proud to announce the hiring of Chris Gonzales to the MAAC General Manager position as well as Myles Monaghan, Account Manager.
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Comcast Network to Televise The Inter-Ac Championship Live in HD
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Inter-Ac Bracket Sheet Semifinals - Updated
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Inter-Ac Championship Semifinals Time Change
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Inter-Ac Invitational Quarterfinal Press Release
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2011 Inter-Ac Lacrosse Invitational Press Release
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Pattison Sports Group Announces 2011 Spring Healthy Kids Running Series
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Low & Away (Lancaster) wins top division title at the inaugural PILC

Pepsi Renews Partnership with the MAAC

MAAC Sports: January 4, 2011

Summer Slam 2011 Press Release
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Haverford School wins 2nd Straight Inter-Ac Championship

Haverford, EA Advance to Inter-Ac Finals

PSG to hold 96-team boys youth tournament

Pattison Sports Group Lands MAAC Account