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Coordinator – Marketing
The Coordinator - Marketing will work directly with the Assistant Athletics Director of Marketing and Promotions and Assistant Athletic Director of Ticketing on the immediate and long range marketing/sales efforts for the athletic department. Primary responsibilities are to develop and implement a comprehensive marketing plan to increase attendance, revenue and visibility at home events for assigned NCAA Division 1 athletic programs; serve as the primary marketing contact for these sports creating and organizing advertising campaigns, coordination and management of all game day promotional event operations and serve as liaison to university student organizations and work with the student body on involvement and promotion of the “Blue Zoo” student section. Assist in oversigh


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