East-North Central Articles


CopaPlayers
Article | June 15, 2016
Copa America Centenario: The 100th Anniversary, By the Numbers   

It’s like the World Cup, only held in more locations. With more tourism opportunities. And more impressive statistics. Copa America Centenario,... More>>



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Article | May 23, 2016
Follow the Leaders: Who’s Who in Sports Destinations   

Everyone has the friend they can turn to for answers, advice and honesty. The world of sports business also offers those types of colleagues – the... More>>



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Article | May 20, 2016
America's Anglers: Following the Current   

Whether it’s bass fishing, deep sea angling, fly casting or anything else, fishing is big business with great potential for economic impact. The... More>>



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Article | May 20, 2016
Baseball Is In the House!   

Perhaps the most iconic sport of the summer, baseball has an undeniable nationwide appeal. That has led to an abundance of diamond-bright facilities... More>>



Indy
Article | May 4, 2016
Indy 500 Turns 100, and That’s Not Even the Most Impressive Number   

Want quiet celebrations? The Indy 500 is not the place to look for them, particularly not this year, which marks the race's centennial. And you can... More>>



AkronSummit
Article | April 18, 2016
Akron Creates Dedicated Sports Alliance Economic Development Group   

Following the example of many cities that are setting up dedicated sports tourism organizations separate from their primary economic development... More>>



Fantasty
Article | April 6, 2016
New Law Governing Fantasy Sports Puts Indiana, NCAA in Same Corner   

Following last March, when the NCAA squared off against Indiana over the now-defunct RFRA, it’s either refreshing or just plain weird to see... More>>



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Article | April 6, 2016
Courting Millennials, Rugby Enters U.S. Sports World with Strong Digital Game Plan   

The Pro Rugby Organization opens in the U.S. this month, and organizers want to kick the door down. Although 2016 marks the Olympic debut of rugby... More>>



IndyAirport
Article | March 23, 2016
If Sports Complex is Going to Fly, a Pro Team Needs to Land First   

The site of the former Indianapolis International Airport terminal may be transformed into a sports complex (including two hotels) if developer... More>>



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Article | March 2, 2016
Just Add Water - Organizations and Venues Combine Efforts to Make Big Splashes in Aquatics-Based Sports Tourism   

As swimming and diving events proliferate nationwide, sports tourism officials around the country are recognizing the long-term benefits of... More>>



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