Virginia Beach Hosting Sand Soccer in June

May 24, 2017

Virginia Beach is ready to host what has become known as the Grand Prix of beach soccer. more >>


Wichita Cements Status as Cycling Destination By Joining National Bike Share Trend

May 24, 2017

Planners of cycle events should know Wichita is emerging as a cycle-friendly town. more >>


Memorial Day Weekend to Feature Multi Sport Festival at UW Health Sports Factory

May 24, 2017

The UW Health Sports Factory in Rockford will host a Memorial Day weekend sports event featuring both table tennis and cornhole. more >>


MLS: Sounders Plan to Expand Puget Sound Reach

May 24, 2017

The Seattle Sounders and Tacoma Rainiers announced plans to build a 5,000-seat, soccer-specific stadium in Central Tacoma. more >>


US Youth Soccer Providing Sexual Abuse Awareness Training for Membership

May 22, 2017

US Youth Soccer has successfully introduced its sexual abuse awareness training program. more >>


VISIT Milwaukee Promotes Sales and Services Team Members

May 22, 2017

VISIT Milwaukee has announced key promotions that will enhance its ability to serve its public. more >>


Playven Joins Tennis Industry Association As a SaaS Technology Business Partner

May 22, 2017

Tennis Industry Association is partnering with Playven, an online tennis court marketplace and club management tool. more >>


Xenith Announces Partnership With Rivals Professional Football League

May 22, 2017

The Rivals Professional Football League has partnered with helmet manufacturer Xenith which will provide helmets for all RPFL players. more >>


Report: Chance of Children Getting Cancer from Synthetic Fields ‘Less Than One in a Million'

May 17, 2017

Event owners worried the crumb rubber infill in synthetic turf fields is carcinogenic can rest easy, and so can parents of athletes. According to a... more >>


Inside Events: Veterans Adaptive Sports

May 17, 2017

Teaching veterans with disabilities how to get around in a wheelchair or use prosthetic limbs is one thing. Teaching them how to live again is... more >>


A Shortage of the Yellow Fever Vaccine: What Sports Event Owners Need to Know

May 17, 2017

It might be the one problem that didn’t surround the Rio Olympics. In the U.S., a shortage of yellow fever vaccine has the potential to interfere... more >>


Threatened with Shutdown, Visit Florida Survives the Fight for Another Season

May 17, 2017

After allegations of funding improprieties, Visit Florida has lived to fight another day, or more accurately, to fight legislators for budget... more >>


Rio: The Legacy - A report by the International Olympic Committee

May 1, 2017

The IOC has a released a report, showcasing the ways Rio was "made a better place" by the presence of the 2016 Summer Games. more >>


Taking the Field: Advancing Energy and Water Efficiency in Sports Venues

April 1, 2017

The document looks at ways U.S. sports venues can make a positive ecological impact by reducing their energy and water use. more >>


Economic Contributions of Recreational Fishing: U.S. Congressional Districts

March 1, 2017

Recreational fishing brings a myriad of economic benefits to communities throughout the U.S. This report breaks them down by district. more >>


Game On: The Impact of Youth Sports on a Regional Economy

February 1, 2017

This white paper takes a look at the economic impact of two youth sports tournaments on the Traverse City, Michigan, region. more >>

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