The Super Bowl gets all the glory and buzz, but March Madness is something special unto itself. From the opening games on Thursday to the final chorus of ‘One Shining Moment’ there is nothing in sports like the Madness.
College Jobs Posted
College sports jobs posted on workinsports.com in 2013 (2409)
730 man hours The Scenic Services department at Turner Studios logged working on NCAA sets.
Over 1500 people work at AT&T stadium – site of this year’s National Championship game – for each game day
Over 125 people work around the clock for the first two days of the tourney at the CBS broadcast center in New York City.
52 Teams Outfitted by Nike in 2013 Tourney
1,345 Nike jobs posted on WorkingInSports.com last year
2013 Post Season Advertising Revenue
NFL: $976 million
NBA: $537 million
MLB: $354 million
Cost of a 30 second ad
1st & 2nd Roads: $250,000
3rd Round: $350,000
Sweet sixteen: $500,000
Elite Eight: $800,000
Final Four: $1.1 million
Championship Game: $1.6 million
134 The first two days of March Madness will costs businesses $134 million in lost productivity
3 An estimated 3 million employees will spend three hours watching the game while at work.
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