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News | May 18, 2017
USABA Adds Golf Classic, National Championships to Calendar   

The United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) has a summer of events on tap, designed to appeal to all levels of athletes. More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
Report: Chance of Children Getting Cancer from Synthetic Fields ‘Less Than One in a Million'   

Event owners worried the crumb rubber infill in synthetic turf fields is carcinogenic can rest easy, and so can parents of athletes. According to a... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
Threatened with Shutdown, Visit Florida Survives the Fight for Another Season   

After allegations of funding improprieties, Visit Florida has lived to fight another day, or more accurately, to fight legislators for budget... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
Visa Program Covering Workers at Sports Venues Comes into Question: What Event Owners May Need to Know   

Much coverage is given to sports venue safety, but a separate issue entirely could cause significant upheaval in the industry. Problems with a visa... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
Florida Leads Golf Industry in Courses and Jobs, Lags Behind in Economic Impact   

Florida may be one of the top-tier golf destinations in the country, with more courses (1,100) and industry workers (132,500) than anywhere else, but... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
Football Bowl Association’s Challenge: Make Bowls Great Again   

With game attendance and TV ratings starting to slide, not to mention players choosing to sit out games so as not to compromise their chances at a... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
Uber Becoming Major Player in Sports World   

It’s almost a Cinderella story. Uber, all but unknown until recently, is being actively courted in the sports world as the NFL, NHL, MLB and even... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
Qatar Working to Attract More U.S. Visitors, But May Have an Uphill Battle   

Qatar has not enjoyed good press recently, to put it mildly. The host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup faced allegations of bribery and corruption about... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
The Numbers Game in Horses: A Peek Inside the Preakness Stakes   

When Baltimore becomes horse country. When people are sucking down drinks euphemistically called the Black-Eyed Susan (but actually taste like cough... More>>


Article | May 17, 2017
MiLB’s Batting 1000 with its Promotional Game: What Planners Can Learn from Sitting in the Stands   

At last check, the promotional geniuses at Minor League Baseball were planning special tie-ins with this summer’s solar eclipse. Now, they’re... More>>



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