University of Delaware Professor Matt Robinson Is Available to Talk on the Soccer World Cup and What It Means for the US Economy
Source Newsroom: University of Delaware
Professor Matthew Robinson is a leading expert in Sports Management who specializes in the business impacts of major world sporting events. He can talk about the forthcoming Soccer World Cup in Brazil and how it will impact the US economy. He can also explain how the fan experience will be different in Brazil for the thousand of Americans traveling to the tournament.
Further areas of his expertise include how the US became a soccer nation following the 1994 World Cup and why this tournament was a model of economic success. He can explain why Brazil 2014 will differ.
The University of Delaware has its own full broadcast studio and has easy access to Philadelphia, New York City and Baltimore.