Team Sports


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>>



Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Case study | February 29, 2012
Elizabethtown, Kentucky: Striking it Rich   

Officials in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, are poised to strike gold. No, they’re not planning a raid on the bullion repository at Fort Knox, which is... More>>



Louisville, Kentucky
Case study | February 29, 2012
Louisville, Kentucky: Welcome to Championship City   

Some destinations truly love their sports events. They live for their sports events. Those are the destinations that really knock their events out of... More>>



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Case study | October 31, 2011
More Than You Can Imagine: Rome, Georgia   

Venues nestled in a historic downtown. Miles of mountain and river trails. Southern hospitality that takes any event to the next level of success.... More>>



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Case study | October 31, 2011
The Perfect Fit: Green Bay, Wisconsin   

With Lambeau field at its center, Green Bay, Wisconsin, is a legendary sports town, a place where sports endeavors become sports triumphs. Greater... 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 | October 31, 2011
This is Rapid City: Rapid City, South Dakota   

Domico Rodriguez, sports and events sales director for the Rapid City Convention and Visitors Bureau, has a challenge for you: why plan just a... More>>



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Case study | August 31, 2011
Anything You Want: Toronto, Canada   

Put simply, Toronto is an overachieving city. Already Canada’s largest metropolitan area and its financial, culture and tourism hub, Toronto is a... More>>



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Case study | August 31, 2011
A Soul for Sports: Harlingen, Texas   

In 1902, the founder of Harlingen, Texas, Lon C. Hill, purchases the tract where the town is now located: 13,837 acres for $1.50 to $2.50 an... 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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