Stadium Food Faceoff
St. Louis Post-Dispatch used this favorite foods bracket to connect with their sports audience. All sports fans have their favorites, and this was a fantastic way to engage these fans at any point during the season.
Greatest Halftime Performance
Halftime performances are a huge part of the fun of football season fun! You can run this ready-made turnkey to engage your audience.
Top Tailgate Party Recipe
For some, the best thing about football isn’t the game – it’s the food. This turnkey bracket gives your audience the opportunity to voice their opinions on the top tailgate recipe and even learn about some new ones.
This bracket from St. Louis Post-Dispatch asked readers to vote for their favorite baseball player of all time. The paper secured a local butcher shop to sponsor the bracket which was a great way to drive revenue as well as engagement from local sports fans.
Best Bar Food
Football fans love their bar food for kicking back and watching the game! Use this turnkey bracket to give your audience of sports fans a chance to vote for their favorites.
Greatest of All Time – Teams
Ask your audience to vote for their favorite team colors, uniform, or logos for a fun promotion targeting football fans. The Post-Bulletin optimized this Best Sports Logo bracket turnkey to feature sports logos from local high schools.
Greatest of All Time – Players and Staff
KRCG-TV ran a 64-coach bracket to let their viewers vote for their favorite local coach from 25 different high schools.
Greatest of All Time – General
WSYR-TV ran this Best SU Football Player of All-Time bracket to engage local sports fans. The bracket started with 16 famous players and asked viewers to vote for their favorites.
Use these football bracket ideas to drive engagement and revenue any time during throughout the season.