Harlem Globetrotters

The Harlem Globetrotters are an exhibition basketball team that combines athleticism, theater, and comedy. The executive offices for the team are located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona; the team is owned by Herschend Family Entertainment.Over the years they have played more than 20,000 exhibition games in 120 countries. Brother Bones's whistled version of "Sweet Georgia Brown" is the team's signature song. "Globie" has been their mascot since 1993.In October 2013, Shamrock Holdings sold the team for an undisclosed amount of money.
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    … organize things neatly. 4:15 p.m.: You will Answer Time live with Adam J. Kurtz. 4:30 p.m.: We will inflate a very big thing in a very small room. 4:45 p.m.: A Harlem Globetrotter will teach you how to basketball. 5 p.m.: You will learn the metaphysical truth about your Tumblr. Tumblr has yet to make an official announcement, but sources…

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  • The 5 Best Publishers on Instagram (and What You Can Learn From Them)

    … news content. Because social media is less formal than television or print, it’s a great place for publisher brands to let their hair down and have some fun. Take, for instance, this awesome photo ESPN just posted of the Pope hanging out with the Harlem Globetrotters. New York Magazine As far as I’m concerned, basically everything New York…

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  • Are Blog Comments Really Dead? Experts Weigh In.

    … behaviors first. We polled our blog subscribers here at IMPACT to see where they were more likely to discuss content they find online. The results were about as lopsided as a Harlem Globetrotters game. Wow. Now before you go scrambling to disable commenting on your blog, consider these alternate views first. Here's some insight from some of the most…

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  • Are Blog Comments Really Dead? Experts Weigh In.

    Last March, Copyblogger ceremoniously removed the ability to post comments on the blog. While the reaction from in-house copyeditors was surely one of ecstasy, the response from readers was one of confusion. Said one user on inbound.org: "This doesn't make much sense to me. When I discover a blog post, I expect relevant conversations to be happening in the comments, even i ...

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