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bleachers

A grandstand (or section within a grandstand) where the seats are usually not provided with backrests.
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The target audience of the Bleacher Report is millennial and Gen Z sports fans.
"It's a critical summer for myself," James told Bleacher Report.
Bleacher Report streams its content through its own app and also through online platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.
The bleacher section was not yet known as the "Dawg Pound," but the fans were just as passionate.
Joe Yanarella, managing editor at Bleacher Report, put it this way to me: "Pure print opportunities are decreasing and talented writers are looking around and asking themselves, 'How can I make sure I'm viable and a desirable commodity in the next 5 or 10 years?'"
Ernie Johnson introduced us as the 'Bleacher Report guys' and Shaq said we looked like the Backstreet Boys.
The volunteer group included both Sailors and civil servants from the command, who worked to set up and store four sets of mobile bleachers over a period of about five hours for Roosevelt International Baccalaureate Middle School, a command Partner in Education.
"After a successful launch in 2011, now that there is a following of collectors and kids, we wanted the new player roster to include a diverse roster of NFL stars," says Matthew Hoffman, founder of Plymouth Meeting, Pa.-based Bleacher Creatures.
David Levy, Turner Broadcastinga[euro](tm)s president of sales, distribution and sports, sees the acquisition as strategic, pointing out in a comment that Bleacher Report's fast growth to a top marketplace position and a valued consumer destination was attractive to a brand builder and content provider such as Turner Broadcasting.
Wrigley Regulars: Finding Community in the Bleachers. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2010.
"Bleacher Report is powered by our strong contributor base and we're constantly looking at ways to improve the experience for our writers and readers," said Dave Finocchio, Co-Founder and Vice President of Content and Product at Bleacher Report.
In the context of the present study, focus is on the interaction between the skin bleacher and her bleaching creams and the possible metaphysical assumptions and reasoning that possibly inform such interaction.