The Chesapeake Bayhawks’ New Strategy: A Model for the Future of the MLL



After years of stagnation, we are finally seeing some “outside of the box” thinking going on inside Major League Lacrosse. The Chesapeake Bayhawks new management is showing much needed creativity in their franchise’s business strategy. To entice ticket sales and interest in a league which has seen little of either, new president Brendan Kelly and General Manager Spencer Ford are introducing some radical new ideas based on an effort to build a foundation for fans to grab hold of.
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A Charitable Challenge to Lacrosse Camp Directors



Can more lacrosse organizations across the country join Jeff Tambroni and Cornell lacrosse in applying a charitable aspect to summer camps? Lacrosse Playground contributor Teddy Lamade doesn’t see why this should be a problem. Keep Reading…

Competition: Driving lacrosse companies to succeed



Teddy Lamade played midfield at the University of Virginia from 2000-2004 where he was a part of the 2003 National Championship and captained the 2004 Team. He writes about the business of lacrosse monthly for LacrossePlayground.com. This month he talks about the growth of competition as it relates to the health of the sport.

Lax business tip: Expanding your camp into a business



Teddy Lamade played midfield at the University of Virginia from 2000-2004 where he was a part of the 2003 National Championship and captained the 2004 Team. He writes about the business of lacrosse monthly for LacrossePlayground.com. This month he talks about how camp directors can harness their passion for the sport and build their camp into a viable business.

In this Economy, Making the Case for Lacrosse



Given the current state of the economy, former Virginia midfielder Teddy Lamade makes the case for lacrosse to gain ground. >>READ MORE

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