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ParadiseCoast

In Paradise, Sports Is Open for Business

August 3, 2020

Florida is now home to one of the greatest sports facilities in the country with the opening of the Paradise Coast Sports Complex. more >>


USA_WaterSki

78th GOODE Water Ski National Championships Begins Tuesday In Zachary, Louisiana

August 3, 2020

Nearly 600 water ski athletes from across the United States will descend upon Tri-Lakes in Zachary, Louisiana, Tuesday through Saturday. more >>


BattleBands

NBOTB Announces Updates, New Events

August 3, 2020

Get ready for a National Battle of the Bands Virtual Battle this fall, along with a new BAND TOGETHER scholarship initiative for HBCU. more >>


UCI

UCI Announces Dates for Adjusted Calendar

August 3, 2020

The UCI has announced new dates for its events, subject to developments in the ongoing global health crisis. more >>


Saintnine

Inaugural Saintnine Shootout, Hosted By Charlie Rymer, To Be Played in Myrtle Beach in September 2020

August 3, 2020

The inaugural Saintnine Shootout will be played Sept. 5-6 at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club and Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club. more >>



ValleyForge

VFTCB Releases New Valley Forge National Historical Park Video

August 3, 2020

The Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board (VFTCB) debuted a brand-new video showcasing Valley Forge National Historical Park. more >>


DucksUnlimited

Doug Schoenrock Elected President of Ducks Unlimited

August 3, 2020

The Alabama resident becomes the organization's 45th president. more >>


US_BC

US Bowling Congress Announces Updates to Scholarship Program

August 3, 2020

The Scholarship Management and Account Reporting for Tenpins policy recently was updated; here are the details. more >>


EnterpriseFlorida

Enterprise Florida Awarding Grants for Virtual Trade Shows

August 3, 2020

Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) is launching another resource to help Florida companies safely build their international business connections. more >>


Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Hospitality Community Offers Additional Benefits to Business Events that Will Actualize in 2020

August 3, 2020

MeetPITTSBURGH announced that clients who have scheduled 2020 events will get added benefits to reduce costs. more >>


Spotlights

blank Case study | July 1, 2020
Top Sports Venues Highlight the City of Colleges   

By: Peter Francesconi

When it comes to sports, Conway, Arkansas has a lot to offer. From youth leagues to college athletics to adult tournaments, this city of 66,000 has... More>>


blank Case study | May 21, 2020
The Four Fathers of Ballparks of America   

By: Ashley Whittaker

Ballparks of America is a sports facility with an interesting past and a bright future. The park features five replica fields modeled after Major... More>>


Lubbock1 Case study | May 21, 2020
Lubbock’s Newly Renovated Athletic Complex Is Ready for Action   

By: Judy Leand

Set to become the sports hub of Texas, Lubbock has upped its game with the newly renovated, world-class and highly versatile Berl Huffman Athletic... More>>


blank Case study | March 5, 2020
Sand Mountain Park and Amphitheater Ready to Provide ‘The Whole Experience’   

By: Michael Popke

City officials in Albertville, Alabama, knew a change was needed. That’s why, back in 2012, they began strategizing about ways to replace the... More>>


Articles

Kubb Article | July 5, 2020
Quarantine Play of Backyard Games Could Shape Tournament Landscape

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

While there have been plenty of quarantine-induced jokes about “Taking my next vacation in Puerto Backyardo,” the truth is that a lot of people...   More>>


RogueBaseball Article | July 4, 2020
Youth Baseball Organization Breaks into Locked Fields to Host Games

By: Michael Popke

We’ve heard about kids defying “no trespassing” orders to play on fields and fish in steams but this is a new one. Baseball games (complete...   More>>


Racetrack Article | July 3, 2020
Preakness to Stay in Baltimore, Pimlico May Also Host Field Sports Events

By: Mary Helen Sprecher

The races are reordered, and Belmont ran without spectators but the pursuit of horse racing’s fabled Triple Crown is underway. After Tiz The Law...   More>>


WinterOlympics Article | July 3, 2020
As Climate Changes, Number of Winter Olympic Cities Expected to Dwindle

By: Michael Popke

One more thing for the IOC to worry about: the undeniable shift in weather. According to a new report, more than half of the 19 cities that have...   More>>


BlackPower Article | July 2, 2020
IOC Officials Weigh Allowing Athletes to Protest Racial Injustice at 2021 Games

By: Michael Popke

Taking a knee. Raising a fist. Wearing a badge. The IOC is having to reconsider its position on athletes engaging in peaceful forms of protest....   More>>



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