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Ballast Nedam develops modular stadium concept
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Ballast Nedam presented a modular concept for stadiums at PROVADA 2013, the annual three-day real estate meeting point in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The idea behind the innovative Plug & Play Core concept is for the new generation of stadiums to adapt to changing needs, and to be reusable at a different location, possibly with a different modular configuration.
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NASC hires Member Services Coordinator
NASC
The NASC has recently hired Meagan McCalla as member services coordinator, a newly created position, the Association announced this week. "The NASC is proud to welcome Meagan to our staff. She performed at a very high level during her internship with us, and we decided we just could not do without her! This exciting addition will permit an even higher level of member services," said Don Schumacher, CSEE, Executive Director, NASC. McCalla will assist Beth Hecquet, CMP, CMM, and Elizabeth Chaney with servicing members and day-to-day operations of the association. McCalla completed a one year internship with the association in May.
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Register now for the NCAA Championships Host Symposium
NASC
The NCAA invites you to attend an NCAA Championships Host Symposium at the NCAA national office Wednesday and Thursday, June 26-27, 2013. The event will begin at 1 p.m. Wednesday and conclude at noon Thursday. The Symposium is free of charge to all attendees and open to the first 400 reservations. Sleeping rooms are limited so please register early. For more information click here.

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Ballast Nedam develops modular stadium concept
PR Newswire
Ballast Nedam presented a modular concept for stadiums at PROVADA 2013, the annual three-day real estate meeting point in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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Sports tourism may help offset low numbers at Coast hotels
WLOX-TV
Hotel occupancy numbers on the Coast are down. But, while this holiday weekend may not be as rosy as tourism leaders would like.

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Hoteliers score business with sports groups
Hotel News Now
After numerous and varied experiences while traveling personally for youth sports events and completing several recent feasibility studies for hotels and resorts with sports facilities, it's clear the relationship between the sports travel industry and the hospitality industry is significant.

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San Francisco 49ers' new stadium has solar panels to account for all energy usage
Rant Sports
In addition to all the bells and whistles fans will experience at Levi's Stadium via new-age technology, there's also a lot to be said for the stadium's green technology. The 68,500-seat stadium will sport three separate solar array-covered bridges, which will provide enough electricity over the year to offset the power consumed by the stadium during all of the 49ers home games.
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Ohio State proposes 2,500-seat addition to Ohio Stadium
Big Ten Network
Is the Horseshoe about to get even bigger? According to Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch, the Ohio State athletic department will send a proposal to the university's board of trustees next week seeking approval for a 2,500-seat addition to Ohio Stadium in 2014. The project, estimated to cost $9 million, would make Ohio Stadium the third-largest college football stadium. The two largest? Those also happen to be Big Ten venues, with Michigan Stadium coming in at 109,901 and Beaver Stadium 106,572.
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Beckham buzz grows: Soccer star tours Miami stadiums, meets mayor
The Miami Herald
David Beckham toured Sun Life Stadium, and then visited FIU Stadium for an hour and a half, signs that he has more than just a passing interest in Miami as a Major League Soccer expansion city. While at FIU, Beckham was greeted by Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, who gave him and his manager Simon Fuller keys to the city. FIU Athletic Director Pete Garcia led Beckham on a tour of the stadium, and then the school made a formal power point presentation over lunch, touting FIU's location, 20,000-seat soccer-ready stadium, and its largely Hispanic soccer-loving student population.
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UFC changes how it will test for marijuana
Yahoo
The UFC has decided to follow the lead of the World Anti-Doping Agency and change the way it tests fighters for marijuana. In international fights where the UFC acts as a commission, the detection levels will be at a higher threshold. The commission in Brazil has also decided to change its threshold, meaning that a fighter will have had to use more marijuana to come up positive.
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