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They call themselves ?Mac?s Boys?. National Wrestling Hall of Fame historian, Jay Hammond has said of them, ?It could easily be argued that (they were) the best collegiate wrestling program in the country from 1946 ? 1952.? Hammond points out that, ?? they crowned 16 individual champions in those years. Oklahoma State had 12 champs, and no other school had more than five in that time frame.? Their numbers include three 3X individual NCAA champions, an Olympic Champion and a silver medallist and
This week brought one more online request for money for a wrestling program. Norwich University announced the reinstatement of wrestling as a varsity sport, but it was added that they still need to raise $20,000 to meet this year?s financial obligation.
Last week I gave some basic tips on fund raising. This week I?ve written a sample letter from a fictional former wrestler at Smallville College to a hypothetical alumnus who has a history of giving to Smallville, but who has never
Tom Carr has been the wrestling administrative assistant at Michigan State University since 2007. Prior to that he was an assistant coach at Central College in Pella, IA and before that he was on the staff of the Buckeye Wrestling Club. Part of Tom?s work at MSU is developing marketing and promotional programs. He read last week?s ?sales letter? from Mark Palmer and wrote a lengthy response which explores the concept of ?sharing? wrestling. Here is Tom?s response.
?I think that there
It?s confession time. I write sales letters that end up in your mailbox. Oh ? I do other things, but the whole thrust of what I do professionally is that I send you, your friends and your neighbors mail with the sole intent of selling you something (or getting you to donate to a charity). Over the years I may have sold you jewelry, shoes, cell phones, pizza, sub sandwiches, ocean cruises, tractors, a plasma TV, fishing gear or a tuxedo. I might have prodded you into contributing to a veteran?s group,
University of Iowa athletic director, Gary Barta, called head wrestling coach Tom Brands into his office last Friday. The View from Section GG has just learned the details of that meeting.
?Tom, congratulations on your team winning another NCAA Championship. We at the University are all proud of you.?
?Thank you. We?ve got a bunch of guys coming back that all want