When it comes to sports, figuring out the winners and losers used to be as easy as looking at the scoreboard. But with recent occurrences like the New England Patriots' "Deflategate" controversy and Major League Baseball's and the FBI's investigation into the St. Louis...
The NASC Market Segment Meetings create an opportunity for destinations of similar market size and organization structure to conduct open and honest dialogue about matters of importance to attendees. These are advanced level discussions...
The 2015 Large Market Sports Commission Meetings are scheduled for Sept. 24-25 in St. Louis, and will be hosted by the St. Louis Sports Commission. Registration fee includes all meals outlined in the meeting schedule as well as the Cardinals vs. Brewers ticket and dinner...
The NASC recently announced the topic of discussion for the CSEE Fall 2015 module, RFPs and the Bid Process. The purpose of this session is to learn best practices in the bid process. NASC membership is required, and participants may register for $350 per person.
The Rockford, Illinois region has built its brand as an amateur sports destination for decades. As city leaders and tourism officials look to bank on the growth of sports tournaments, it's the relationships they've built with tournament...
Rocky Top Sports World in Gatlinburg, Tennessee is celebrating one year open, and the sports complex has exceeded its first year projections. There were 44 different multi-day sporting events held there, 69 percent more than anticipated,...
Year after year, more students than ever before are participating in NCAA athletics. The climb to more than 472,000 college athletes has been sure and steady, with 12 percent growth occurring during the most recent six-year period. The gains are noteworthy on their own,...
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