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Sports Management professor talks Super Bowl

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Robert Zullo

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- Dr. Robert Zullo, associate professor of business and sports management at Westminster College, offered his views regarding the economic impact of Super Bowl LVII on the Glendale, Ariz., area on a personal finance website.

Zullo, who also serves as program coordinator for Westminster’s Sports Management program, is one of several sports management professors highlighted in an article that appears on

Zullo and his counterparts from San Diego State University, Lees McRae College, University of Northern Colorado, Georgia State University and Northern Illinois University offered their views on the Super Bowl’s economic impact, commercial trends, return on investment for advertising dollars and future economic issues for the National Football League.

Zullo joined the Westminster School of Business faculty in 2017. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia, his master’s from the University of North Carolina and his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia.

To read Zullo’s contribution, click here.

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