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Ryan Gribble Moves from Hogs to Georgia Bulldogs Marketing

by Arkansas Business Staff 1/21/2013 12:00 am

IMG College is in the market for a new general manager for its Razorback Sports Properties.

Arkansas Business Recognizes Razorback Sports Properties GM On 40 Under 40 List

by 6/14/2011 9:00 am

Razorback Sports Properties GM On Arkansas Business 40 Under 40 List Arkansas Business has released its 40 Under 40 list for 2011 and folks that follow local sports might notice a familiar name on the list. Razorback Sports Properties GM Ryan Gribble earned recognition along with other “intriguing business and political leaders under 40 years old who bear watching.”

Former NFL Player, Razorback Sports Properties GM Make NWABJ 40 Under 40 List

by Chris Bahn 8/24/2010 2:27 pm

Sports and business are becoming increasingly difficult to separate. Sports entertainment has become big business and successful sports figures often find another outlet for their competitive energies through business endeavors. We find two examples of the merging worlds of sports and entertainment from today’s Northwest Arkansas Business Journal 40 Under 40 Banquet.

Arkansas, Razorback Sports Properties Expecting No Operations Change Following IMG Purchase of ISP

by Chris Bahn 7/28/2010 5:30 pm

IMG Worldwide Inc. began a major shakeup in collegiate sports marketing, announcing its intention to purchase ISP Sports. Locally, the move is expected to have little effect on day-to-day operations for Razorback Sports Properties, the ISP affiliate for the University of Arkansas.

Physician Groups Bruised By Hogs' Medical Proposal

by Chris Bahn and Rob Keys 9/21/2009 6:00 am

The University of Arkansas’ athletic department offers lots of things for sale. From autographed memorabilia hawked via auctions on its official Web site to lavish luxury boxes that line Reynolds Razorback Stadium, the department rarely misses an opportunity to increase its cash flow. That’s standard practice for entities with operating budgets of $58 million. What turned heads in June was the announcement of the UA’s new health care arrangement for its athletes, one that ended half-century relationships with Ozark Orthopaedics and Washington Regional Medical Center. Under the previous arrangement, Ozark, Washington Regional and Medical Associates of Northwest Arkansas dealt primarily with the UA’s football and men’s basketball teams, while the other 17 sports largely were left to fend for themselves. The pre-existing agreements unraveled, sources said, over the UA’s request for sponsorship money in return for official provider designation.