Mid-Atlantic Articles


IndustryLeadershipLeadIn
Article | November 1, 2019
Introducing the 2019 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism   

The legendary coach, Pat Summitt, said it best: “Teamwork is what makes common people capable of uncommon results.” Meet this year’s award... More>>



PoconoFire
Article | November 13, 2019
In the Wake of a Fire, Resort Community Pulls Together to Host Displaced Events   

A fire that swept through a historic mountain inn and golf resort, displacing multiple guests and events, has also proven to be a testament to the... More>>



ArenaFootball
Article | November 13, 2019
Suspension of Arena Football Leaves Six Cities with the Need to Fill Indoor Space   

Might want to hang a NO VACANCY sign wherever it is people go to talk about creating competitors to the NFL. Six cities that hosted Arena Football... More>>



MultiSportEquestrian1
Article | November 1, 2019
Varied and Victorious, Equestrian Sports are Riding High   

Whether at the highest levels with world-class horses and riders, or at the state, local and regional levels, where the sport has a devoted youth... More>>



Legislation
Article | October 30, 2019
Legislation Could Protect Coaches from Vindictive Parents   

Protecting high school coaches from being fired for not making unpopular decisions – like not putting a school board member’s child into the game... More>>



RageRoom
Article | October 30, 2019
Flyers Want Fans to Get Their Rage On   

Before disgruntled fans start fights in the stands or have the chance to take their bad moods home with them, the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers are... More>>



FlagFootball
Article | October 30, 2019
USA Football Announces Inaugural National Flag Football Championship in 2020   

At almost the same time a pubic service announcement was equating youth tackle football with encouraging children to smoke cigarettes, USA Football... More>>



Beachvolleyball
Article | October 30, 2019
U.S. Back at the Bidding Table for Another Global Multi-Sport Event   

Long before the lights go on in L.A. to host the Olympics, the U.S. is hoping it’ll have another big international event under its belt. The World... More>>



FluShots
Article | October 2, 2019
With a Severe Flu Season Predicted, Should Youth Sports Require Vaccines?   

After a relatively mild flu season last year, health officials are predicting a backlash for 2020; in fact, one child has already died – and the... More>>



IndustryLeadership
Article | September 4, 2019
New Homes for Away Teams   

The continued evolution of sports venues – updates to surfaces, lighting, security and amenities – all helps to create the best possible... More>>



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