Water Sports


Conway, Arkansas
Case study | March 31, 2012
Conway, Arkansas: Play Smart   

Conway, Arkansas, is a city with a lot going for it. Just 30 minutes from Little Rock, rich with outdoor spaces recreation and populated by active... More>>



Ocean City, Maryland
Case study | March 31, 2012
Ocean City, Maryland: A Top Sports Playground by the Sea   

For sports events and their participants and organizers, few areas can offer the combination of activities, topnotch facilities, and complete... More>>



Lake Lanier, Georgia
Case study | March 31, 2012
Lake Lanier, Georgia: Taking Advantage of the Lake Effect   

Just 45 minutes north of Atlanta, Lake Lanier and Hall County in Georgia are ready to explode with action. More>>



Palm Beach County, Florida
Case study | February 29, 2012
Palm Beach County, Florida: Just Bring Your Game   

Unsure where to hold your next event or tournament? Why not choose the ultimate sports paradise—an area with not only incomparable world-class... More>>



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Case study | October 31, 2011
Get Back to the Beach: Virginia Beach, Virginia   

Locating your event in a beachfront vacation destination is a surefire strategy for infusing a sports event with irresistible draw; unfortunately,... More>>



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Case study | August 31, 2011
Make Sports History in Lawton Fort Sill, Oklahoma   

A sports destination with major historical appeal, Lawton, Oklahoma unites the best in sports facilities and experience with unrivaled natural and... More>>



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Case study | August 31, 2011
Florida’s Wild Blue Yonder: Lake County, Florida   

Make no mistake: Lake County, Florida, has a lot of lakes. With over 1,400 lakes sprinkled across its 1,156-square miles, Lake County has more than... More>>



Burlington, North Carolina
Case study | April 29, 2011
The Alamance Advantage: Burlington, NC   

Location is key for drawing a strong crowd to a sports event, and there’s one location that has a lock on centrality: Alamance County, North... More>>



The Central Alabama Sports Commission is open for business.
Case study | February 28, 2011
Open for Business: The Central Alabama Sports Commission   

It's not polite to brag. If you haven't heard about Central Alabama, that's why. They all grew up with their grandmothers' and mothers' rules: be... More>>



Tuscaloosa, AL
Case study | October 31, 2010
More than a Game: The Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports Commission   

The Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports Commission, formerly known as the Tuscaloosa Sports Foundation, is technically still a new kid on the sports... More>>



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