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BusinessDev1
Article | January 30, 2018
You Have Insurance. What if You Need to Use It?   

Many sports event promoters and participants purchase insurance either as a precaution or because someone has mandated coverage. After that, they... More>>



Clipboard1
Article | January 30, 2018
Planning Events for Exceptional Athletes:   

Working on sports events for athletes with challenges and disabilities means thinking outside the ADA box. One essential truth is that there’s no... More>>



NCAA
Article | January 24, 2018
Eight Cities with One Goal: Final Four   

Eight cities. Four years. One goal - Final Four. As the NCAA winds up to March Madness, it’s also winnowing down the cities to host future events.... More>>



NCEA
Article | January 24, 2018
Inside Events: National Collegiate Equestrian Association   

In 1998, Equestrian was identified by the NCAA and the Committee on Women’s Athletics as an emerging sport for women. The mission of the National... More>>



Santa Barbara
Article | January 24, 2018
In Wake of Mudslides and Fire, Cancelled Sports are the Least of Santa Barbara’s Worries   

When mudslides cancelled the duel in the pool between the University of Southern California-Santa Barbara and the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, it... More>>



USBankStadium
Article | January 24, 2018
The Big Game By the Numbers: Super Bowl in Minneapolis   

It’s time for office pools, overhyped halftime shows and the best commercials anywhere. And that means the Super Bowl. Yes, it’s a domed stadium.... More>>



Sochi
Article | January 24, 2018
Russian Renaissance: Sochi Striving to Become a Successful Resort City Four Years After Winter Olympics   

Russia spent $50 billion to host the 2014 Winter Olympics, and nearly four years later, that investment might be paying off. Sochi, although... More>>



Hacker
Article | January 24, 2018
‘Hacking is the New Juicing:’ Even the Olympics Have Fallen Prey   

The biggest latest threat to the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang isn’t North Korea/South Korea tensions. It isn’t doping. It isn’t even... More>>



FluShot
Article | January 24, 2018
Flu Epidemic Putting Sports Event Planners on Notice   

Chicken pox. Measles. Mumps. Zika. Legionnaires Disease. Even plague. They’ve all threatened sports events over the past five or so years. Now,... More>>



Valet
Article | January 24, 2018
The National Valet Olympics? Why Not?   

File this one under “Unusual But Effective Ways to Enhance the Guest Experience.” Every other year, the American valet parking industry sends its... More>>



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