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Integrity Rhythmic Gymnastics to host country's largest invitational meet with 6th annual Spring Fling Invitational
Integrity Rhythmic Gymnastics
Integrity Rhythmic Gymnastics and the Boosters of Rhythmic and Artistic Gymnastics are pleased to announce the 6th annual Spring Fling Invitational competition in Columbus, Ohio, on April 4-6. For the fourth year in a row, the meet will be held in the Greater Columbus Convention Center's Battelle Grand, which is the largest, multi-purpose ballroom in Ohio.
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Request NASC Sports Marketplace appointments now through March 5
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Primary contacts for member organizations who are eligible to participate in the Sports Marketplace one-on-one appointments at the upcoming NASC Sports Event Symposium may request appointments between through March 5. Each primary contact should have received an email with instructions on Feb. 18. To request NASC Sports Marketplace appointments visit our website and login to your NASC member account by entering your email address and password. We recommend bookmarking this page, but you can also find the link to request appointments under the My Account tab when you are signed in to your NASC member account on the website. We recommend thoroughly review the Help tab of the as it contains a wealth of information and a video tutorial on the appointment request program and on how the appointments will be scheduled.
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Register now for upcoming NASC Best Practices webinar: Building Business Relationships That Last
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With the 22nd annual NASC Sports Event Symposium only 38 days away, members, whether attending or not, won't want to miss the February Best Practices Webinar: Building Business Relationships That Last, hosted by Glen Schorr, Executive Director at Orienteering USA. Glen will discuss how to build relationships with clients and the best ways to utilize NASC resources to build your network in the sports tourism industry including: one-on-one appointments, Rapid RFP Review, and other networking activities at the Symposium, online directories, and the event RFP database. He will share insight particularly important to destinations about how to best share information with event owners during one-on-one appointments, as well as information about unique NASC resources that are available to build on conversations that get started at the Symposium and help stay in touch with event owners throughout the year.
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Companies compete for arena action in Las Vegas
Las Vegas Review-Journal
When UNLV advertised a job for $47 million worth of arena improvements at the Thomas & Mack Center a little more than a year ago, the inquiries from America's sports venue construction companies were immediate. "When we put out a (request for proposal), it was bam, a lot of people were interested," said Mike Newcomb, executive director of Thomas & Mack, Sam Boyd Stadium and Cox Pavilion at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
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Team USA's Ted Ligety wins gold in giant slalom
NPR
Ted Ligety is now only the second American to ever earn two Olympic gold medals in Alpine skiing after finishing first in the giant slalom at the Sochi Winter Games. Ligety's other gold medal came in the "super combined" event at the 2006 games in Torino, Italy.
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Brands are not securing relevant sports venue domain names for sponsorships
GlobeNewswire
Brands are surprisingly underrepresented in the sports-venue domain name space, a FairWinds Partners study found. In fact, more third parties own domain names combining a brand name plus one of eight selected sports terms — arena, center, classic, cup, field, park, stadium, tournament — than the corresponding brands do. This leaves brands open to trademark infringers, cybersquatters, and others who may have fair use claims.
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Compare the two Virginia Beach sports arena proposals
Daily Press
In Virginia, Newport News-based W.M. Jordan Co.'s proposal to build an 18,000-seat sports arena at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront now has competition from another business team that plans to use financing from a Chinese bank. Virginia Beach-based United States Management submitted the second proposal to build a similar sized $200 million arena across from the city's convention center that the company says would not rely on public money. USM is majority owned by The ESG Cos. based in Virginia Beach and was created specifically for the venture.
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For disabled kids, a chance to play on the slopes
HeraldNet
When people see photos and videos of 13-year-old Forrest Neander skiing, they understand what he can accomplish. Forrest, who has cerebral palsy, has been skiing for half of his life. Neander's mother, Julia Neander, of Shoreline, volunteers with the Outdoors for All Foundation, a Seattle-based nonprofit that provides outdoors recreation for children and adults with disabilities.
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Greater Columbus Sports Commission launches 'Gridiron Gang' for 2014 and 2015 Ohio high school state football finals
Greater Columbus Sports Commission
The Greater Columbus Sports Commission has launched the "Gridiron Gang", a group of business and community leaders to raise the awareness and enthusiasm for the 2014 and 2015 Ohio High School Athletic Association State Football Championships. The 2014 championship games for the seven divisions will be held at Ohio Stadium Dec. 4-6.
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Integrity Rhythmic Gymnastics to host country's largest invitational meet with 6th annual Spring Fling Invitational
Integrity Rhythmic Gymnastics
Integrity Rhythmic Gymnastics and the Boosters of Rhythmic and Artistic Gymnastics are pleased to announce the 6th annual Spring Fling Invitational competition.

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ITU Long Distance Triathlon Worlds heads to Oklahoma City in 2016
USA Triathlon
The International Triathlon Union announced that USA Triathlon, Friends of Multisport, Inc. and the Redman Triathlon have been awarded the 2016 ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships, to be held in Oklahoma City, Okla.

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San Diego approached to host 2024 Summer Olympic Games
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San Diego has been encouraged to put in a bid to host the Summer Olympics a decade from now in 2024.

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Nike appoints new Chief Information Officer
iSportConnect
Sporting goods giant Nike have announced today that Anthony Watson will be their new Chief Information Officer. Watson, a seasoned veteran of the information technology business, joins Nike from Barclays Bank, PLC, where he has been their London-based Managing Director and CIO for Europe and the Middle East, as well as for Global Operations since 2009. He was also the chair of Barclays' Europe, Middle East, Retail and Business Banking Operating Committee and co-chair of Barclays' Global Diversity & Inclusion Council.
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