SDM Contributor

Print
Fred Stringfellow

American Sports Builders Association


Fred Stringfellow

Fred Stringfellow is the executive vice president of the American Sports Builders Association. He has been involved with the association management profession (including meeting and event planning, financial management, strategic planning, communications and more) since 1992. Stringfellow is executive vice president of the King Stringfellow Group. He a Bachelor of Arts degree Magna Cum Laude from Ithaca College (NY) and received his Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from the American Society of Association Executives in 1998.


Article | December 31, 2011
Tennis: Ace the Competition with a Great Facility   

By: Fred Stringfellow

Some tennis players have corporate sponsorships for everything from the balls they hit to the shoes they lace up. Then there's everyone else. As...more >>


Article | October 31, 2011
Football: Going in for a Touchdown   

By: Fred Stringfellow

Long before the Friday Night Lights come on, you're already in the huddle doing the pre-game work to make sure your football event goes well.


Article | October 31, 2011
The Benefits of Long-Term Contracts   

By: Fred Stringfellow

Frequent flyer miles. Coupons sent to valued customers. Advance tickets being available only to last year's season ticket-holders. Lasting...more >>


Article | August 31, 2011
Golf - Grounds for Excellence   

By: Fred Stringfellow

Some golf tournaments end with the presentation of the green jacket or the silver cup. More often, though, in the ones you're planning, players are...more >>


Article | June 24, 2011
Volleyball: Soaring in Popularity   

By: Fred Stringfellow

When the volleyball soars through the air and over the net, who's going to be diving after it on the other side: an Olympic caliber athlete in...more >>


Article | April 29, 2011
Running: Running a Successful Event, Start to Finish   

By: Fred Stringfellow

He didn't have sweat-wicking clothing. He didn't have a personal trainer. He most assuredly didn't have ergonomically correct running shoes. And yet...more >>


Print

Subscribe to SDM