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#Sports #Marketing Google+ Hangout with Tony Ponturo Thanks so much for talking about the #sportsbiz We appreciate +knox keith +Charles Hogge +Robert Hanlon +Josh Decker +Larry Weil +Kasia Johnson for joining the show.

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Come join +Leigh Steinberg and +Chris Yates for tonight's show! #SSEShow   #Sportsbiz  
Leigh William Steinberg (b. March 27, 1949 in Los Angeles, California) is the pre-eminent sports agent and sports attorney in the nation. During the four decades that Leigh has dedicated to his craft, he has come to call some of the most elite athletes of this generation his clients as well as his friends. His esteemed client list has included hundreds of premier professional athletes in football, baseball, basketball, golf, boxing, volleyball, and Olympic sports. Leigh's client roster has included the likes of Steve Young, Troy Aikman, Warren Moon, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Kordell Stewart, Jeff George, Ben Roethlisberger, Myron Rolle, Matt Leinart, Mark Brunell, Ricky Williams, Howie Long, Eric Karros, Dusty Baker, Lennox Lewis, Oscar de la Hoya and John Starks.

Leigh Steinberg is widely recognized as the country’s leading sports agent and one of the most noteworthy sports attorneys in the nation. Leigh has represented the Number 1 pick in the NFL draft a record eight times, in addition to representing over 60 other first round draft picks just in the NFL, feats unheard of in today's marketplace. He may be best known as the inspiration for the lead character in Jerry Maguire who was a sports agent. Although many people refer to Leigh as the “Real-life Jerry Maguire,” he insists that Jerry was a character developed entirely by Cameron Crowe after following Leigh's every move in and out of the office for several years. Leigh made a cameo appearance at the end of the film. During his nearly 40 years in the industry, Steinberg has negotiated well over two billion dollars in deals for his clients. His firm, Steinberg Sports & Entertainment, maintains a client roster that is highlighted by some of the most high profile names in sports.

An accomplished speaker, Steinberg has traveled the world addressing topics he is passionate about ranging from sports and entertainment, concussion prevention, the environment, to political and economic issues. 

Steinberg has championed the cause of player safety, advocating the removal of Astroturf from stadiums and held symposia on concussions, which promote rule, equipment and diagnostic changes to better protect players. Leigh has been an agent for change in the arena of concussions, which for so long was filled with ignorance and attitude. After working in the industry for so long, he has seen the long term affects that professional sports take on the human body. Often, Leigh can be heard drawing the bleak comparison between a retired athlete bending over to pick up a grandchild who feels aches and pains, and a retired athlete who does not recognize that grandchild because of effects from a career filled with concussions. 

Steinberg contributes his time and efforts to a variety of humanitarian causes. He has actively been involved with the Human Relations Commission, Children Now, Children’s Miracle Network, CORO Fellows Program and the Starlight Foundation. He founded and underwrites the Steinberg Leadership Institute, a nationwide program run by the Anti-Defamation League preparing students to fight racism and inequality throughout the world. Leigh created the Steinberg Leadership Program with the Human Relations Commission of Orange County to give leadership and tolerance training to high school and middle school leaders in a series of one week camps. He has donated time and resources to organizations such as Special Olympics, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, and Junior Achievement. Steinberg has endowed scholarships at Alexander Hamilton High School, Corona Del Mar High School, and Newport Harbor High School, as well as endowing a classroom at Boalt Hall at the University of California at Berkeley.

One of Leigh's major outlets for his advocacy and outreach has always been his famous Super Bowl Party. 

Leigh's Super Bowl Party brings together some of the most prestigious businessmen in the country along with those in the sports and entertainment industries and those whose business or charity speak to the theme Leigh has chosen to promote at that particular venue. Examples of past parties and their causes include: Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, FL which facilitated live satellite hookups between the party and troops in Iraq and in military hospitals around the world. The party benefited the Tampa Zoo and Autism Speaks; Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, AZ had an environmental emphasis and featured Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, Governor Janet Napolitano, and Leigh releasing an endangered hawk back into the wild; and Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans, LA saw an influx of the first responders from the 9-11 terrorist attacks welcomed to the party.

Steinberg’s community activism has drawn praise from the all over the political world. He has received commendations from Congress, State Senate, State Legislature, the Los Angeles City Council, the Orange County Board of Supervisors, President Reagan, President Bush and President Clinton. Leigh has been named Man of the Year over a dozen times by a diverse group of organizations that include the March of Dimes, Cedars Sinai, the Southern California Boy Scouts, the Orange County and Los Angeles Human Relations Commissions, the Orange County and Los Angeles divisions of the Anti-Defamation League, and several other professional and charitable organizations. Leigh has been awarded the “Keys to the City” of four cities: San Francisco, CA, Memphis, TN, Jacksonville, FL, and Concord, CA.

Steinberg has been the Title Sponsor of the Newport Beach Film Festival since 2000, which he is proud to have contributed to as the festival has grown into one of the premier film festivals in the land that has featured premieres such as Crash. Leigh has been featured on national television programs such as “60 Minutes,” “Larry King Live,” “The Today Show,” "Good Morning America," "CNN," "CNN World," "Charlie Rose Show,” Fox Business,” “Fox News,” “CBS Morning News,” “Inside Sports,” “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” “Pat Sajak Show,” “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, “Leeza Gibbons Show,” “Living Large,” and the “Man Show.” A host of magazines have covered him including Business Week, Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, People, Success, Forbes, Playboy, GQ, FHM, LA Times Sunday Magazine, Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Magazine, United Airlines Magazine, Hawaiian Airlines Magazine, and the US Airlines Magazine.

Steinberg has supplied his expertise and colorful commentary on the business of sports and athletes for the "Dan Patrick Show”, “Colin Cowherd Show”, “Jim Rome Show”, “Mike and Mad Dog,” WFAN NY, “Chet Coppock Show,” “Ticket,” “James Brown Show,” The Ticket, ESPN 710, KFWB 980, and Fan590 Toronto. Throughout the 1990s he was often used as a guest host on the “Jim Rome Show.” He has hosted talk radio shows on “Sportsbeat” on KCBS in San Francisco and on the “Mighty 690” on XTRA in Los Angeles. Currently, Leigh contributes a weekly column to the “National Football Post” and to the “Daily Pilot,” as well as occasionally contributing a guest column to the New York Times and “Sporting News.”

Leigh's experience has made him a precious commodity for various magazines, penning articles like “The Future of Sports” for The Sports Business Journal, “Around the NFL in 80 Million Dollars” for Inside Sports Magazine, and “The Future of Sport” for the Smithsonian Magazine.

In an effort to share his 25 years of experience in the sports business world with others, Steinberg wrote a best-selling book in 1998, Winning with Integrity, providing readers insight on how to improve their life through non-confrontational negotiating. True to form, a majority of the proceeds raised on his 1999 book tour were donated to the Junior Achievement Educational Foundation. He has also penned the foreword in Pray Ball! The Spiritual Insights of a Jewish Sports Fan.

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Leigh William Steinberg (b. March 27, 1949 in Los Angeles, California) is the pre-eminent sports agent and sports attorney in the nation. During the four decades that Leigh has dedicated to his craft, he has come to call some of the most elite athletes of this generation his clients as well as his friends. His esteemed client list has included hundreds of premier professional athletes in football, baseball, basketball, golf, boxing, volleyball, and Olympic sports. Leigh's client roster has included the likes of Steve Young, Troy Aikman, Warren Moon, Bruce Smith, Thurman Thomas, Kordell Stewart, Jeff George, Ben Roethlisberger, Myron Rolle, Matt Leinart, Mark Brunell, Ricky Williams, Howie Long, Eric Karros, Dusty Baker, Lennox Lewis, Oscar de la Hoya and John Starks.

Leigh Steinberg is widely recognized as the country’s leading sports agent and one of the most noteworthy sports attorneys in the nation. Leigh has represented the Number 1 pick in the NFL draft a record eight times, in addition to representing over 60 other first round draft picks just in the NFL, feats unheard of in today's marketplace. He may be best known as the inspiration for the lead character in Jerry Maguire who was a sports agent. Although many people refer to Leigh as the “Real-life Jerry Maguire,” he insists that Jerry was a character developed entirely by Cameron Crowe after following Leigh's every move in and out of the office for several years. Leigh made a cameo appearance at the end of the film. During his nearly 40 years in the industry, Steinberg has negotiated well over two billion dollars in deals for his clients. His firm, Steinberg Sports & Entertainment, maintains a client roster that is highlighted by some of the most high profile names in sports.

An accomplished speaker, Steinberg has traveled the world addressing topics he is passionate about ranging from sports and entertainment, concussion prevention, the environment, to political and economic issues. 

Steinberg has championed the cause of player safety, advocating the removal of Astroturf from stadiums and held symposia on concussions, which promote rule, equipment and diagnostic changes to better protect players. Leigh has been an agent for change in the arena of concussions, which for so long was filled with ignorance and attitude. After working in the industry for so long, he has seen the long term affects that professional sports take on the human body. Often, Leigh can be heard drawing the bleak comparison between a retired athlete bending over to pick up a grandchild who feels aches and pains, and a retired athlete who does not recognize that grandchild because of effects from a career filled with concussions. 

Steinberg contributes his time and efforts to a variety of humanitarian causes. He has actively been involved with the Human Relations Commission, Children Now, Children’s Miracle Network, CORO Fellows Program and the Starlight Foundation. He founded and underwrites the Steinberg Leadership Institute, a nationwide program run by the Anti-Defamation League preparing students to fight racism and inequality throughout the world. Leigh created the Steinberg Leadership Program with the Human Relations Commission of Orange County to give leadership and tolerance training to high school and middle school leaders in a series of one week camps. He has donated time and resources to organizations such as Special Olympics, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, and Junior Achievement. Steinberg has endowed scholarships at Alexander Hamilton High School, Corona Del Mar High School, and Newport Harbor High School, as well as endowing a classroom at Boalt Hall at the University of California at Berkeley.

One of Leigh's major outlets for his advocacy and outreach has always been his famous Super Bowl Party. 

Leigh's Super Bowl Party brings together some of the most prestigious businessmen in the country along with those in the sports and entertainment industries and those whose business or charity speak to the theme Leigh has chosen to promote at that particular venue. Examples of past parties and their causes include: Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, FL which facilitated live satellite hookups between the party and troops in Iraq and in military hospitals around the world. The party benefited the Tampa Zoo and Autism Speaks; Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, AZ had an environmental emphasis and featured Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, Governor Janet Napolitano, and Leigh releasing an endangered hawk back into the wild; and Super Bowl XXXVI in New Orleans, LA saw an influx of the first responders from the 9-11 terrorist attacks welcomed to the party.

Steinberg’s community activism has drawn praise from the all over the political world. He has received commendations from Congress, State Senate, State Legislature, the Los Angeles City Council, the Orange County Board of Supervisors, President Reagan, President Bush and President Clinton. Leigh has been named Man of the Year over a dozen times by a diverse group of organizations that include the March of Dimes, Cedars Sinai, the Southern California Boy Scouts, the Orange County and Los Angeles Human Relations Commissions, the Orange County and Los Angeles divisions of the Anti-Defamation League, and several other professional and charitable organizations. Leigh has been awarded the “Keys to the City” of four cities: San Francisco, CA, Memphis, TN, Jacksonville, FL, and Concord, CA.

Steinberg has been the Title Sponsor of the Newport Beach Film Festival since 2000, which he is proud to have contributed to as the festival has grown into one of the premier film festivals in the land that has featured premieres such as Crash. Leigh has been featured on national television programs such as “60 Minutes,” “Larry King Live,” “The Today Show,” "Good Morning America," "CNN," "CNN World," "Charlie Rose Show,” Fox Business,” “Fox News,” “CBS Morning News,” “Inside Sports,” “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,” “Pat Sajak Show,” “Morning Joe” on MSNBC, “Leeza Gibbons Show,” “Living Large,” and the “Man Show.” A host of magazines have covered him including Business Week, Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, People, Success, Forbes, Playboy, GQ, FHM, LA Times Sunday Magazine, Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle Sunday Magazine, United Airlines Magazine, Hawaiian Airlines Magazine, and the US Airlines Magazine.

Steinberg has supplied his expertise and colorful commentary on the business of sports and athletes for the "Dan Patrick Show”, “Colin Cowherd Show”, “Jim Rome Show”, “Mike and Mad Dog,” WFAN NY, “Chet Coppock Show,” “Ticket,” “James Brown Show,” The Ticket, ESPN 710, KFWB 980, and Fan590 Toronto. Throughout the 1990s he was often used as a guest host on the “Jim Rome Show.” He has hosted talk radio shows on “Sportsbeat” on KCBS in San Francisco and on the “Mighty 690” on XTRA in Los Angeles. Currently, Leigh contributes a weekly column to the “National Football Post” and to the “Daily Pilot,” as well as occasionally contributing a guest column to the New York Times and “Sporting News.”

Leigh's experience has made him a precious commodity for various magazines, penning articles like “The Future of Sports” for The Sports Business Journal, “Around the NFL in 80 Million Dollars” for Inside Sports Magazine, and “The Future of Sport” for the Smithsonian Magazine.

In an effort to share his 25 years of experience in the sports business world with others, Steinberg wrote a best-selling book in 1998, Winning with Integrity, providing readers insight on how to improve their life through non-confrontational negotiating. True to form, a majority of the proceeds raised on his 1999 book tour were donated to the Junior Achievement Educational Foundation. He has also penned the foreword in Pray Ball! The Spiritual Insights of a Jewish Sports Fan.

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Join and talk with +Lou Imbriano by clicking this link or ask a question below: http://goo.gl/uNQ9b2
+Lou Imbriano serves as President and CEO of TrinityOne, a marketing strategy and business advisory consultancy that works with organizations to turn around their marketing efforts and increase profitability through building stronger consumer ties and a more trustworthy brand. Although TrinityOne’s specialty is in sports, its methods have been very successful with organizations outside the sports industry. Imbriano’s track record in rebuilding the business side of an organization and positioning it for extreme growth is undefeated. His techniques address short-term concerns, while ensuring long-term sustainability.

Formerly the Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of the New England Patriots and Gillette Stadium for nine seasons and Chief Operating Officer for the New England Revolution for three seasons, Imbriano built powerful relationships that allowed the organization to achieve an increase in revenue by more than 600%.

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This is the project that I have been recently working on doing the electrical construction modeling for.  It has been challenging but it really is an honor to be a part of a project like this.
Brock Environmental Center
LEED Platinum
Virginia Beach, Virginia

PACE Collaborative is very happy to be involved in the virtual construction of the Brock Environmental Center project sponsored by the +Chesapeake Bay Foundation.  PACE will be assisting +IES Commercial, Inc. with the electrical systems coordination during the +Building Information Modeling (BIM) process. The building will utilize solar panels & wind turbines to generate electricity, geothermal wells for heating and cooling, as well as cisterns to collect rainwater from the roof. Not only will the Brock Center be the greenest building in Virginia, it is on track to achieve the first Living Building Challenge certification in the state and to be considered one of the greenest buildings in the world.  Check out the video below by +Hourigan Construction more information.

#GreenBuilding #USGBC #LEED #SolarPower #WindPower #BIM #Engineer #LivingBuildingChallenge #HRVA

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Great post here about a #Revit  Add-In that our team used to create hanger drawings for Norfolk State University Nursing Classroom Building.
Have you heard of the Add In for Revit MEP called SysQue?

TSI has created Sysque which is a fabrication level (LOD400) software add-in for +Autodesk Revit MEP.  We integrated TSI's Sysque software package into our BIM workflow for the Norfolk State University Nursing Classroom Building on February of 2013.   Since then PACE has worked with TSI through the beta stages of development providing feedback in an effort to evolve the software to where it is today. PACE Collaborative utilizes Revit Sysque Systems for creating BIM construction models, shop drawings, hanger layouts and spool drawings for M, E & P systems.

Thank you TSI for utilizing one of our BIM models in the intro to TSI’s Sysque software package video!

#revit   #bim   #autocad   #TSI   #Sysque   #mep   #virtualconstruction   #AEC   #Autodesk   #RevitMEP  

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Great new features!!

Thanks +Ronnie Bincer 
New Hangout Entry Window... helps us if we have another one open
Hangouts Tips & HOA Tips
If you have used video hangouts at all you may know that you can only be in one video call at a time on one computer.

In the past when we tried to enter a 2nd Hangout video call be it a HOA or not, we were shown an error screen telling us we were already in another Hangout and needed to go close that one in order to join into the new one.

Now... we are given a nifty new interface improvement that allows us to go to "that other one we forgot about or could not find" or to "close that other one and let me into the new one".

What is included here are some screen shots of what you might see and what the buttons mean so you can feel a bit more confident when it comes time to press them.

This was introduced to us on 10/23/13 which seemed to be a day for a lot of Hangout Related releases/updates... here is another very important one: http://goo.gl/gm32hg 

This stuff will keep on changing. Are you able to keep up? If it is important for you to do so, please consider joining in our merry band of Hangout-ers called the Hangout Mastery Membership... details here: bit.ly/HangoutMastery Signup to Keep up
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#HOAtips   #HangoutsTips   #GooglePlusTips   #HangoutMastery   #TheHangoutHelper   #GooglePlusUpdate  
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Ask +Wayne Partello questions about the +Miami Dolphins. 

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Join us tomorrow night for the +Miami Dolphins Senior Group Director of Marketing and Content +Wayne Partello.

#miamidolphins   #miami   #football   #miamifootball   #NFL  
Wayne Partello's current responsibilities include strategizing the creation and distribution of content for The Miami Dolphins. Including audio, video & text content distributed to Dolphins.com, social media and traditional media. He works to ensure the fans have access to the best content resulting from the easiest workflows possible.

He serves as Executive Producer of our gameday coverage and The FINSIDERS. He also oversee tech and development for all websites owned or operated by The Miami Dolphins.

Specialties:Social Media Marketing, Multimedia Production, Content Strategy, Website Tech & Development, Brainstorm Facilitator, Public Speaker, Master of Ceremonies, Copywriter.
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