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Sponsors Expected To Score Big As Michael Phelps Emerges From Retirement

The most decorated Olympian ever, Baltimore native Michael Phelps announced this week he’s headed back to competition.


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BLOG: Making A Difference Overseas

In 2007 Cal Ripken was named a Public Diplomacy Envoy to the U.S. State Department. Essentially that makes him a goodwill ambassador representing our nation.


Penn State Community Shaken By Sex Abuse Scandal

Weekly Press Pass With Chris Daley

Chris Daley, of Maroon PR, joins the Bob and Rob Show to discuss the sex scandal at Penn State and how it is being handled by the University.


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Treating Horses Like True Athletes

Written by: John Maroon– President Maroon PR Something cool is happening at Sagamore Farm, the thoroughbred horse farm in Baltimore County owned by Under Armour founder Kevin Plank.  They are not only raising and developing […]


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BLOG: The NBA And Their Players Latest To Lose Perspective

Written by: John Maroon– President Maroon PR The NBA is canceling more games and the rhetoric between the owners and players is negative to say the least…sound familiar? Yes the league will recover, eventually, just […]


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BLOG: Coaches Getting After It

Written by: John Maroon– President Maroon PR As we all know by now there was quite an altercation between Jim Harbaugh, Head Coach of the 49ers and Jim Schwartz, Head Coach of the Lions after […]


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BLOG: Michael Vick Speaking Out Against Refs-Too Soon

Following Sunday’s game and a rough loss to division rival New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Michael Vick was critical of the referees and claimed that there was a separate set of rules for him where the referees were less likely to call a penalty when he’s hit, as opposed to other star quarterbacks in the league.