East-South Central


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>>



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Article | February 28, 2011
The Fast-Track to Successful Speedway Events   

Whether sitting in the grandstand or parked infield, it's impossible not to feel the roar of excitement through your entire body when a field of race... More>>



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Article | February 28, 2011
America's National Pastime   

In the almost two centuries since America's unofficial national sport was born in Cooperstown, N.Y., the United States of America has undergone... More>>



Soccer_SDM
News | February 20, 2011
Huntsville High School Returns to Alabama's Beaches   

Huntsville High School Returns to Alabama's Beaches to Attempt Second-Year Sweep at Island Cup Soccer Tournament More>>


Section Page | February 17, 2011
East-South Central   

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Track_SDM
News | February 10, 2011
Runners to Mark Annual Tradition Tomorrow at Alabama Beaches   

Nearly 400 runners are expected to compete in the 10th Annual Sweetheart Run set for tomorrow (February 12, 2011) in Gulf Shores. More>>


News | January 20, 2011
Sports Commission at Alabama Beach Sets New Record for 2010   

Despite the summer events of 2010, the Alabama Gulf Coast Sports Commission (AGCSC) exceeded 2009's previous all-time highs to establish several new... More>>



Powerhouse
Article | December 31, 2010
Small Market Leaders   

Some locations instantly bring to mind a specific sport: The Bronx and Baltimore ring out baseball; Augusta and St. Andrews whisper golf; Flushing... More>>



Soccer_SDM
News | November 4, 2010
SEC Brings Women's Soccer Championship to Gulf Coast for 7th Straight Year   

The tradition of great soccer will continue on the Gulf Coast as the Alabama Gulf Coast Sports Commission is once again hosting the SEC Women's... 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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