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Seattle Seahawks Extend AMEX Card Member Partnership Benefiting 12s And Local Business

Back for the 12s: American Express and the Seattle Seahawks Return for Second Season of “All for the 12s” Experiences in 2016.

American Express and the Seattle Seahawks Return for Second Season of “All for the 12s” Experiences in 2016.

American Express and the Seattle Seahawks Return for Second Season of “All for the 12s” Experiences in 2016.

American Express and the Seattle Seahawks extended their exclusive multi-year sponsorship partnership benefiting card member 12s with one-of-a-kind fan experiences not available for fans of other NFL franchises. The rest of the 2016 football season looks promising for the team, local businesses and loyal fans...

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Why and How to be a Sports Techie

Magic Johnson is Sports Techie in 1994

LA Summer Pro League with Magic Johnson

Why and How to be a Sports Techie. Why become a Sports Techie? I will tell you why but first, thank you for clicking on the link and ending up here via the virtual world to our fast growing at Internet speed, online community. The reason you are now considering becoming or already are an official Sports Techie is that you simply like sports and technology, just like me. You might enjoy sports more or perhaps your fancy is on the technology side, it could even be a 50/50 split. Whatever the case may be, deep inside, there is a sports and technology balance at the core of being a real Sports Techie.

Sports Techie is now considered the world’s leading expert resource and online community...

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VMAC is Sports Techie

VMAC is Sports Techie

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The Seattle Seahawks VMAC

Sports Techie took a tour of the Seattle Seahawks Virginia Mason Athletic (VMAC) Field in Renton, WA with their VP of Community Relations, Mike Flood, in order to capture the Spiritof12 and see some of the Hawks sports technology.

Trophy and Ring

Hawks Bling from 2006

First thing to report, I saw Head Coach Pete Carroll talking on the stair case to someone below.We made no eye contact but I heard his voice and that got my heart pumping. There’s no way that I was pulling out my iPhone to record or take a picture of him. That would be considered bad Sports Techie form. This was a good start though.

Offensive line Coach Gibbs shuffled by us in the hall...

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