History

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How Fantasy Football Saved Yahoo

Fantasy football has been around since the early 60’s when initial rules were invented by Oakland Raiders staffers and a reporter. By 1989, over a million people took up the hobby. Hell, even when I first started playing in our decade-old fantasy league, we calculated...
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The Logistics of Getting a Football Team

The logistics of getting an NFL teamWhen the city of Jacksonville was awarded an NFL franchise, many folks believed it was a fly-by-night decision. But it was a plan decades in the making. On this episode, we're breaking down all the relationship-building and...
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The Story of JAXPORT

The story of JAXPORTHave you ever wondered how a city gets a port? Who maintains it? What happens after a port is constructed? We're answering all of those questions on today's episode with Chelsea Kavanagh, Senior Director of Communications at JAXPORT where...
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The Logistics of Lipstick

You might have witnessed a viral video going around that showed a man in the jungle harvesting tiny beatles into a red paste. Turns out that red paste is used to make red lipstick and is also the main ingredient for red food coloring. In today's episode,...
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The Logistics of Tequila

In honor of Cinco de Mayo, we took the time to dive into some fun facts about the logistics of tequila and are now giving it to you for summertime enjoyment. Learn where it came from, how the agave plant is harvested, how to pick out quality tequila and why you should...
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The Logistics of Championship Merchandise

Most of us are probably aware that two different sets of championship gear are printed prior to the pivotal game. And after that game, the winning team is given their respective merch while the losing team's gear is donated to a foreign country.But what does this...
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The History of Shipping with Sal Mercogliano

You’ve likely heard the phrase “if you don’t study history, you’re doomed to repeat it.” So why has much of the shipping world operated in a silo, where we’re just chugging along, making the same mistakes, and not learning from each other? That’s what we’re diving...
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The Logistics of the NFL

As a former sports broadcaster, one thing has always rung true for me; I love game day. LOVE IT. It’s a chance to see my football family. Dress up in my team’s gear. Tailgate with my dad and best friends, and then hope by a 1 pm kickoff that God doesn’t hate my team...