Economics


RunningFeet
Article | May 15, 2019
Theme Runs, Mud Runs Losing Ground in New Survey   

After several years of a strong uptick driven by participation in non-traditional runs (themed fun runs, obstacles races and others), the sport of... More>>



Fortnite
Article | May 15, 2019
NFL, on the Trail of a Younger Audience, Drafts Fortnite   

Fortnite continues its march into mainstream sports. Just last month, it was part of the in-event entertainment at the NFL Draft, where Twitch... More>>



CourtCase
Article | May 15, 2019
Antitrust Lawsuit Could Mean Governing Bodies Can't be the Only Event Owners   

It's being called a David and Goliath battle - and David already has the successful precedent. Three international-level swimmers have filed an... More>>



FloridaSportFoundation
| May 6, 2019
Florida Releases Spring Training Figures   

Since 2000, a total of 31,097,343 fans have attended Spring Training games in Florida. More>>



NCAAReport
Article | May 1, 2019
New NCAA Plan Has Huge Ramifications for Sports Business   

While it doesn’t spell it out, the NCAA’s strategic plan to improve its women’s basketball program in all three divisions isn’t something the... More>>



USAngling
Article | May 1, 2019
Inside Events: United States Angling Confederation   

With widespread participation and media attention – and an attempt at IOC recognition in the works – fishing is riding a wave of popularity. Meet... More>>



NoCash
Article | May 1, 2019
As Stadiums Go Cashless, Fans Need to Make Adjustments   

First, airlines stopped accepting cash for inflight drinks in an attempt to expedite service. Now, stadiums are considering doing the same. Is it an... More>>



Julep
Article | May 1, 2019
Will Churchill Downs Improvements Mean a Bigger Economic Finish?   

Hats. Horses. Juleps. Some things are iconic at the Kentucky Derby. But some things have also changed – home improvements, as it were, that are... More>>



Audit
Article | May 1, 2019
Lack of Transparency at the Parks Level Lands Clearwater in Hot Water   

Clearwater is in hot water. Following the revelation that the special events division of its parks and recreation department hadn’t tracked income... More>>



GolfIndRpt
Article | May 1, 2019
Report: Golf Industry Has a Mixed Bag of News for Event Owners   

Depending on who's talking, golf is either flourishing or failing, with no middle ground. A new report, however, shows a mixed bag, with some cause... More>>



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