The pandemic has affected us all. Adjustments have been made to how we operate, connect and build relationships. And if you’re looking for large, real-world examples of these adjustments, look no further than the world of sports.

Sports teams, leagues and games have had to pivot, regroup and strategize as they’ve adjusted to not only what rival teams have thrown at them but also the pandemic. But how does it feel to be working in those bubbles? What happens when a player or team member gets sick? How can they keep their fans engaged when they can’t come to the games? 

Join CPRS Manitoba as we learn how Winnipeg’s major sports teams have dealt with these ever-changing times. 

CPRS Manitoba will be joined by:

Scott Brown – The Winnipeg Jets, Senior Director, Hockey Communications

Darren Cameron – The Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Senior Director of Public and Player Relations

Andrew Collier – The Winnipeg Goldeyes, General Manager

We’ll take a deep dive into:

  • How to keep audiences engaged when they aren’t physically there
  • Effective use of different communication channels
  • Managing brand and brand identity during the pandemic

Learn tips and tricks on communicating and engaging your audiences and apply them to your communications strategies.

Date and Time

Tue, November 17, 2020

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bursting-through-the-bubble-keeping-fans-in-seats-when-there-arent-any-tickets-126826662963

Bursting Through The Bubble: Keeping Fans In Seats When There Aren’t Any