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Copy of NCAA March Madness

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Transcript of Copy of NCAA March Madness

Rebeca Terán
Sean Ennis
Jacob Egger NCAA
March Madness Tournament Logistics Planning for the tournament has already begun, months before the actual tournament
Locations have already been decided
The tournament will begin Tuesday, March the 19th How Teams are Chosen Depends on the team's record and if they won their division Consolation Draw No Sanctioning Body NCAA Type of Tournament Production Schedule
February
April Preparations begin
Locations are selected
Sponsors are secured Late February March 12th-18th Local staff is hired to work at events (Security, etc)
Participating team are contacted Final week for preparations
Bracket is released
Set-Up begins Beginning of March Tournament begins March 19th Tournaments ends April 8th Clean-Up occurs April 9th-10th How the Winner is Decided Prizes Factors Impacting
the Event Upsets Cinderella
Stories Single-Elimination You have to go
undefeated Plaque
Net
Bragging Rights
Popularity
Sponsors
Endorsements Reason for
Tournament Scheduling At the end
of the season Right after
Conference People
Involved Athletes Regionals


Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX

Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN Regionals


Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA

Verizon Center, Washington DC Final Four


Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA Second and Third Rounds


Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX

University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, OH

Sprint Center, Kansas City, MO

Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA Second and Third Rounds


Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI

Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY

Energy Solutions Arena, Salt Lake City, UT

HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA First Four


University of Dayton Arena
Dayton, OH Tournament Locations Paramedics Fans When a team unexpectedly defeats an opponent favored to win When a team advances much further than expected Referees Coaches and Trainers Concessions Technicians Announcers Jay Billis
Dick Vitale
Bob Knight
Brad Nessler
Jim Nantz
Gus Johnson Set-Up/
Clean-Up
Workers Photographers ESPN, Fox, CBS, Newspapers, Sports Illustrated
Luxury photographers cost between $5,000-$10,000 per day Camera Crew

Cuemaster
1 cameraman at 10hrs = $1,000
5 crews Teams will be announced at a later date Bad Weather

If the lights go out, a back-up generator will kick-in. Stadium Malfunction

If something were to happen to the stadium, a game shall simply be rescheduled. Fire

If a fire were to occur, fire extinguisher and fire escapes will be present at all arenas, as well as security to help prevent chaos. Disturbances/Riots

Security shall handle any disruptive behavior. Risk Plan Budget Starting Budget:
$100 million The Tournament is expected to bring in $777 million There will be a total of $74 million in expenses Sponsors shall be contacted in Late February to confirm their sponsorship Sponsors
(few of many) Prices Ticket costs range from $60 to $5,295 Security President Vice-President Chief Financial Officer Operations Manager Oversees everything In charge of money-related jobs
(Sponsors, concessions, workers, etc.) In charge of the schedule In charge of making sure jobs get completed
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