January/February 2021 | Sports Destination Management

January/February 2021


Sports Destination Management Magazine


We just closed out a year nobody could have anticipated. As we continue into the new year, optimism is strong, with vaccines on the scene and sports beginning their rebound. The question, of course, is where we go from here. Ideally, 2021 will be the year not just when tournaments return, but also when spectators come back and confidence in travel is restored. This issue gets you off to a great start with information you can use in light of the market conditions. Let’s face 2021 together and start strong, stay resilient and work together.

In this issue

Deep Freeze

BY: Michael Popke

Right about now, indoor ice facilities around the country normally would be bursting with activity, including hockey tournaments, figure skating competitions, curling events and sled hockey games. But the past year has been far from normal, and sports tourism officials in ice sport meccas are helping keep the rinks cold for when competition heats up again. more....

  Business Development
Event Insurance: Are You Covered?
  Executive Insights
Professional Bull Riders (PBR)
  Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
Game On
  Sports Facilities
Basketball’s Full-Court Press
  Sports Landscape
Deep Freeze
  Sports Outlook
SUP: The State of the Sport