Sports Destination Management Magazine

January/February 2016

What’s in store for you in 2016? Learning, growth and development – and our January/February issue can get you started. Planning events for athletes with special needs, for example, is essential – even more so with the Paralympics coming up this summer. Want your events to have more exposure? Look into the articles on social media strategies for promotion, and on recording and live-streaming sports events. (You may even discover a new revenue stream.) We also view the obstacle racing industry as it passes its five-year anniversary in the U.S., and we find out the essentials of the bid process for any event. USA Racquetball is in the spotlight, as is the Northeast area of the U.S. And there are great reviews of facilities for basketball, as well as for skateboard and BMX, and for winter sports. And don’t miss our review of new and expanding markets. Get your 2016 started now.

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Business Development
Think Beyond the Like Button: Social Media Strategies for Promoting Sports Events

From Start to Finish, Creating Accessible Sports Events

Executive Insights
USA Racquetball: An Interview with Peggine Tellez, Manager, Sport Development

Industry Leadership
The New Frontiers Are Here

Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
The Thrill of It All: Skateboarding and BMX

The Bid Process: The First Building Block in a Successful Sports Event

Regional Focus
Northeastern Exposure: Big Events and Bigger Facilities are Driving Resurgence in Sports from Delaware North to the Cape

Service Solutions
Recording and Streaming: How to Bring Your Events Up to Speed

Sports Facilities
Basketball: Traveling Widely

Sports Landscape
Cold Play

Sports Outlook
Obstacle Racing: The State of the Industry


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