There are 4section which equal to 4 small paragraph a serving the following and

There are 4section which equal to 4 small paragraph a serving the following and please when answering identify which section the paragraph belong to.:Section 1:1. Interview 15 to 20 students at your institution to determine the most effective way of reaching them (i.e., communicating a message). After identifying the best methods, determine how your athletics department should attempt to communicate with students (both on and off-campus) with regard to attending athletics events.2. Using the same audience as in activity 1, determine whether price or non-price promotional activities would be more effective in attracting college students to athletics events.3. Create a list of promotions that have attracted you to an event. What qualities did these promotions have that made the event attractive?Section 2 (for this part comment on the discussion )To relate to promotion and paid media the best example that came to mind was the super bowl ads.CBS opened the bidding for 30-second commercial spots for Super Bowl 55 at $5.6 million, which was the average cost of the same length advertisement for last year’s game. A 30-second commercial for Super Bowl 54 in 2020 cost about $5.6 million, which is slightly more than the last-month going rate of commercials in 2021. Most commercials during the Super Bowl will be 30 seconds long, just as those on every other day of the year. But there’s variation of course, if companies didn’t want to foot the whole bill and wanted to slip in a 15-second advertisement. If any company is going for heavy emotion, they may pony up big money for a 45- or 60-second spot. This topic always interested me as its the best time for companies to put their promos out there. The pricing still blows my mind.Section 3Think of a sports organization that had to deal with some sort of recent crisis. Give an analysis of the situation and show how the organization dealt with the aftermath.Section 4What do you think the single most watched sporting event?