In the buildup to Front Office Sports’ Brand Marketing Huddle at the LA Stadium Premiere Center on July 11, we’re introducing you to the huddle leaders who will be lending their expertise to the conversation. Today, meet Steven Ziff: Chief Marketing Officer with the Los Angeles Chargers. He will be one of the leaders of the huddle “Your Eyes Here: Using Sports to Drive Business Goals”. Ziff graduated from the University of Central Florida with a degree in marketing. In […]
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