The results of the 2013 World Travel Awards held in September have brought forth surprising revelations for the tourism industry, particularly sports tourism. Not only is sports tourism on the rise, but more places are fast cultivating this culture and using major sporting...
The September issue of the quarterly NASC Playbook is available. Among the features included in this issue are a NASC Board of Directors Summer Retreat Recap, NASC Webinars: Your Chance to Learn More About Your Industry, A Look Back at the 2014 Sports Commissions of the...
A $20 million proposal to bring an amateur sports association to Daytona Beach got a tepid reception from officials at two of Volusia County's three tourism advertising authorities. At their monthly meetings, the West Volusia Tourism Advertising Authority and the Southeast...
Politicians in Williamsburg, Virgina, are getting serious about sport tourism. Serious enough, that building a new venue — a fieldhouse — is under serious discussion.
After Maryland's Salisbury City Council gave its blessings to expanding the Henry S. Parker Sports Complex, the County Council first started reviewing what the new additions to the Naylor Mill Road complex would look like at a recent council meeting. The $3.7 million...
After fumbling last year in efforts to secure valuable state funds for promotion of amateur athletic events in the community, the Sioux City Sports Commission this year crossed the goal line. Recently, the Iowa Economic Development Authority awarded 10 $50,000 Regional...
Two years ago, the United States Tennis Association changed its rules for 10-and-under players, and they continue to divide the tennis community. Parents and coaches often disagree on the best methods for attracting young athletes to the sport and cultivating world-class...
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