West-South Central Articles


The Midwest: A Can't Miss Destination
Article | October 31, 2009
The Midwest: A Can't Miss Destination   

Wide open spaces, miles of agriculture and thousands of lakes. Not to mention numerous legendary sports venues...The Midwest. More>>



America's 'Must-See' Sports Facilities
Article | August 31, 2009
America's 'Must-See' Sports Facilities   

Any sports event planner knows that the key to a successful event relies heavily on the action on the field, but almost more importantly is the field... More>>



The Southwest Region Has It All
Article | August 31, 2009
The Southwest Region Has It All   

Stunning scenery, endless natural attractions, rich cultural history, delectable food and a temperate climate - sounds great doesn't it? If you're... More>>



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Article | August 31, 2009
Making a Splash: The World of Water Sports   

Three hundred twenty-six million trillion gallons: that's science's best guess as to how much water we have on Earth. And over the last few thousand... More>>



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Article | June 30, 2009
Indoor & Arena: Taking Sports Indoors   

Like those intrepid postal carriers, neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays America's athletes. But, to be honest, those athletes... More>>



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Article | June 30, 2009
Lacrosse: America's First Sport   

Participation in lacrosse grew by 9.1 percent in 2008, with over 500,000 players involved as members of organized teams nationwide. That means if... More>>



America's Finest Facilities: A Tour
Article | April 30, 2009
America's Finest Facilities: A Tour   

Every few minutes in America, a new sports lover is born. From swimmers and skiers to fast-pitchers and quarterbacks, America's athletes are many and... More>>



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Article | February 28, 2009
The World's First Sport: Track & Field   

Track and field or "athletics" - from the Greek word "athlos" meaning contest - is the world’s oldest physical competition, the original sporting... More>>



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Article | February 28, 2009
Finding Facilities that Can Lead to a Homerun Event for Everyone   

Baseball in the U.S. dates back to the mid-1800s. Played by individuals of all ages, gender and skill-levels, baseball is considered an American... More>>



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Article | October 31, 2008
Let's Go to the Rodeo: Venue Planning   

According to legend, rodeo was born on the Fourth of July. July 4, 1869, to be exact, when two groups of cowboys from local ranches met in Deer... More>>



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