Sports Destination Management Magazine

2018 Issues
July/August 2018 July/August 2018

This issue of SDM covers a lot of ground. Our sports are as varied as combat, lacrosse and running, our Regional Focus covers the Southeast and there are sports insight columns on bass fishing and competitive cheerleading and dance. Add in our industry experts, who are weighing in on the essential topics and you really do have an issue that is packed with substantive content and excellent insights. From coast to coast and border to border, and throughout the entire landscape of sports and experiences available, there’s always something new to try and fun to learn. This issue offers a view of that.
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May/June 2018 May/June 2018

A fascinating aspect of our industry is the way the moving parts – event owners, destinations, venues and services – create the dynamic whole. This issue bears that out, with insights from all corners. You can learn not just about sports (we’re highlighting baseball, track & field and fishing) but about hot-button industry topics (sports for senior athletes, creating the athlete relationship and maximizing economic impact). In addition, we’ve honored longtime favorites in our industry, with the Reader’s Choice Awards. Who’s being recognized? Read on to find out!
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March/April 2018 March/April 2018

The March/April issue is all about the change of seasons. Athletes are finding their way back to fields, courts, trails and roads that have been slumbering under snow and ice – at least in many parts of the country. Planners, meanwhile, are scrambling to get ready for this spring and put contracts in place for next year’s events. This issue of SDM can help, with features on soccer, golf and swimming/diving. Don’t miss our articles on medical planning, housing, photography and the benefits of planning off-peak events. Start your new season here.
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January/February 2018 January/February 2018

The January/February issue of Sports Destination Management will help you start your year on a positive and productive note. In addition to getting information on some of the fest venues around for winter sports, basketball, skateboard and BMX, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about recording and streaming, putting on sports events for athletes with special needs – even navigating the RFP process. What more? There’s a focus on the Northeast region as well as a feature on new and expanding markets. Start reading – and getting ahead – now.
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Previous years
  2017 Sports Destination Management
  2016 Sports Destination Management
  2015 Sports Destination Management
  2014 Sports Destination Management
  2013 Sports Destination Management
  2012 Sports Destination Management
  2011 Sports Destination Management
  2010 Sports Destination Management
  2009 Sports Destination Management
  2008 Sports Destination Management

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