Content about Sports in the United States

October 17, 2011

Denver -- The air was thick with sports metaphors during Ace Hardware's General Session of the 2011 Denver Fall Convention & Exhibits. 

Ace's top marketing and merchandising executives mixed retail strategies with quotes from Knute Rockne and Vince Lombardi during a presentation in which they described the top 10 plays for winning at retail. The session even included half-time highlights of power tools and football touchdowns.

March 14, 2011

Jeld-Wen and the Portland Timbers soccer team announced a new naming rights partnership for the team’s newly renovated home venue, which now will be known as Jeld-Wen Field. 

The multiyear deal provides stadium naming rights for the downtown Portland venue that annually will play host to Timbers home games as well as college and high school football games, and other events.

Jeld-Wen Field officially will be opened to the public when the Timbers play the Chicago Fire April 14, in their first-ever home match as an MLS team.

December 23, 2010

According to an article in the Los Angeles Times, Southern California residents scrambled to fight a losing battle with rain and floods.

In areas of San Bernardino, mud invaded blocks of homes, according to the article. Even San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium, home of the Chargers, flooded.

The Sorrento Valley location of J&W Lumber, a six-unit chain of lumberyards throughout San Diego County, was flooded with several feet of water.

December 17, 2010

In preparation for their Monday night game against the Chicago Bears, the Minnesota Vikings have called upon Wickliffe, Ohio-based Snow Dragon to remove snow from the TCF Bank Stadium, according to MyFox Twin Cities.

December 9, 2010

Around the country, in regions where college football has taken on championship dimensions and bowl game invitations, HCN reached out to home improvement and building material industry boosters for color commentary on their local teams. Here's what we heard:

August 24, 2008

Greg Zipadelli, crew chief of the No. 20 Home Depot Toyota NASCAR Sprint Cup Series...