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Open for Business and Up for Bids: NAIA Championships

30 Jun, 2020

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

Hope for the future is a click away. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is requesting bids from interested cities and venues on its 2022 and 2024 Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, as well as its 2022 and 2023 Women’s Lacrosse National Championships. Bids are due on September 1 and the info you need is below.

2022 and 2024 NAIA Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships
Swimming and Diving is a four-day event that culminates in the crowning of both the men’s and women’s champions for the year. The championship attracts approximately 325 student-athletes and just shy of 1,000 fans on average.

Beyond the economic impact to the community, the NAIA gives its hosts significant opportunities to realize a return on the investment. The NAIA model transfers all revenue rights (ticket sales, sponsorship, rebates, etc.) to the winning bidder.

Below are some of the key benefits in hosting the NAIA Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.

Hotel room block: No fewer than 200

Average length of stay: Four to five nights

Total participants: 325

Total fans: 900+

For a more detailed look, click HERE

The deadline for bids to become a host for the 2022 and 2024 NAIA Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving National Championship is September 1, 2020.

2022 and 2023 NAIA Women’s Lacrosse National Championships
The women’s lacrosse national championship is a four-day event that culminates in the crowning of the women’s champions for the year. The event attracts between 200 and 250 student-athletes and just shy of 1,000 fans on average.

Beyond the economic impact to the community, the NAIA gives its hosts significant opportunities to realize a return on the investment. The NAIA model transfers all revenue rights (ticket sales, sponsorship, rebates, etc.) to the winning bidder.

Below are some of the key benefits in hosting the NAIA Women’s Lacrosse National Championship.

  • Hotel room block: 240-250
  • Average length of stay: Five to six nights
  • Total participants: 200-250
  • Total fans: 500-1,000
  • For a more detailed look, click HERE

The deadline for bids to become a host for the 2022 and 2023 NAIA Women’s Lacrosse National Championship is September 1, 2020.

For more information on becoming an NAIA Championship Host, click HERE.

For more information about the economic impact NAIA’s championships have on the host’s region, click HERE.

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