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New Logo for the College Athletic Business Management Association

Nov. 2, 2007

Cleveland, Ohio - The College Athletic Business Management Association (CABMA) has approved a new logo for the Association effective immediately.

"As an established organization within the collegiate ranks we felt that a fresh and updated logo was essential to our professional organization," stated Carolyn Lewis, CABMA Past President and the director of business and financial affairs at DePaul University. "We are so excited to introduce our new logo to our colleagues, NACDA and the NCAA."

Join CABMA at its 58th Annual Convention, June 6-9, 2008 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas.

About CABMA: CABMA is an organization devoted to the establishment, maintenance and implementation of the highest standards of integrity and efficiency in the scope, policies and procedures involved in the management and administration of business in the athletics departments and associations of colleges and universities. For more information about CABMA, please visit www.cabma.com. The Association is administered by NACDA, now in its 43rd year. NACDA is the professional and educational association for more than 6,500 college athletics administrators at more than 1,600 institutions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. More than 2,000 athletics administrators annually attend the NACDA Convention.

Additionally, NACDA administers 10 professional associations for the separate business units that report directly to the athletics director. NACDA also operates the Sports Academy Directors' Cup program, which honors the four all-sports champions in NCAA Divisions I, II and III; and the NAIA. The Association has an awards program that includes the James J. Corbett Memorial Award, the highest administrative award presented in intercollegiate athletics; and the AstroTurf Athletics Director of the Year (ADOY) Award, honoring the top-29 athletics directors by division across the country. NACDA also provides a daily web clip service, the NACDA Daily Review; and a bi-monthly magazine, Athletics Administration.