Economics


Vegas
Article | November 15, 2017
Sports Seen as Key to Recovery of Reputation, Tourism in Las Vegas Following Shooting   

Las Vegas was home to exactly zero professional sports teams 18 months ago. Today, with at least three leagues placing franchises in the city, sports... More>>



JoshuaTree
Article | November 15, 2017
Steep Fee Hikes Possible at America's Busiest National Parks: Planners Need to be Ready   

Sports planners whose events take place in or near national parks should know some steep fee hikes are possible. It could impact registration fees... More>>



TurkeyTrot
Article | November 15, 2017
By the Numbers: Thanksgiving-Themed Sports Events Keeping Planners in the Black Before Friday   

Black Friday might be the big day for shopping but Thanksgiving is when nearly one million Americans will take to the streets to participate in... More>>



MobileSportsAuthority
| November 6, 2017
MSA Reports Another Successful Year   

The Mobile Sports Authority attracted, supported and/or hosted a total of 30 sports events, generating an estimated $17.5 million. More>>



USMNT
Article | November 1, 2017
Fallout: What the Larger Soccer World Can Expect from World Cup Failure   

With the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team out of World Cup contention following a humiliating 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago, a ripple effect has... More>>



Archery
Article | November 1, 2017
Arrows Fly in Mexico City, but with an Earthquake Relief Focus; Other Sports Have Followed   

The devastating earthquake in Mexico City may have resulted in the cancellation of two Paralympic Championships, but World Archery’s World... More>>



PalmBeachSC
| October 23, 2017
Palm Beach County Sports Commission Scores A Record Year For Sports Tourism   

The Palm Beach County Sports Commission’s sports events created a record-breaking year for sports tourism in The Palm Beaches. More>>



Marathon
Article | October 18, 2017
Marathons and Triathlons: The New Endangered Species?   

Times were, marathons (and triathlons) were a guaranteed cash cow. They brought in the athletes and spectators, made money for cities and often... More>>



NBA
Article | October 18, 2017
By the Numbers: The NBA   

The 2017-18 NBA regular season began yesterday and it runs until June. Which means we’ve got plenty of time to ponder the possibilities of a fourth... More>>



PTR
| October 9, 2017
PTR Welcomes New Director of Development    

Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) is pleased to announce Isaac McBroom has joined the staff as Director of Development. More>>



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