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Article | January 14, 2014
Northeast: Small Towns with Big Sports Potential   

The Northeast United States is densely populated with over 55 million people. For some sports event organizers, the Northeast is a major player. More>>



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Article | January 7, 2014
Emerging Interests in Sports: Tracking Trends in High School Sports   

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) follows what’s happening in high school sports. It is also tracking sports trends. More>>



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Article | January 3, 2014
Basketball: Courting the Win   

Basketball is one of the most popular team sports in the country. In fact, probably every adult in the U.S., at some point in their lives, has been... More>>



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Article | November 11, 2013
Cashing In On Your Sports Event’s Brand   

Merchandising for sports events is not new; in fact, it is always a favorite tactic in marketing and fund raising. More>>



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Article | November 8, 2013
P.E. On The Decline: The Way Youth Sports Programs Can Pick Up the Slack   

Less time for P.E. means more parents are looking for outlets to get kids active and keep them active. That’s where sports teams come in. More>>



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Article | November 7, 2013
Little League: An Interview with Brian McClintock   

Little League has three components: Little League Baseball, Little League Softball and Little League Challenger (for children with physical or... More>>



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Article | November 5, 2013
A Spike In Popularity   

Mention volleyball and you’ll get a variety of definitions. There’s the afternoon game that follows picnics in the summer. There’s the indoor... More>>



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Article | September 9, 2013
Softball: The Game America Plays   

Softball is hitting it out of the park, with more than 7.63 million people ages 6 and up participating. More>>



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Article | June 28, 2013
The State of the Cheer and Dance Industry   

Cheerleading has changed through the years, and so has dance. I like to think they’ve changed for the better, meaning, of course, the athletes stay... More>>



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Article | June 24, 2013
Fast Break: Lacrosse, America’s First Sport, is Enjoying Unprecedented Growth   

Lacrosse is the oldest sport in the U.S., played centuries ago by Native Americans. Now, America’s first sport is one of this country’s... More>>



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