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July/August 2016
July/August 2016

This month’s issue of Sports Destination Management will get you revved up for Rio. From articles on running and road sports to legal issues about sports travel, there’s something here for every planner to learn from. What’s the best way to work with sports commissions and CVBs? How can you effectively engage volunteers and implement a successful stay-to-play policy? What are some of the best destinations and facilities? Start your summer learning experience here.

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Business Development
Winning Together: Partnering with a Sports Commission on your Event

Clipboard
Planning for Success: Immigration Issues for International Sporting Competitions in the United States

Destination Spotlight
Beauty of the Beach
In Maryland, All Athletes Can Find Their Game
With NCAA Ban Over, That Greenville Is Back in the Game
Staying at the Top of the Game in Greensboro

Executive Insights
US Lacrosse: An Interview with Steve Stenersen, President and CEO

Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
Peak Competition for Combat Sports

Perspectives
Engaging Volunteers: Best Practices and Winning Strategies

Regional Focus
All Over the Map - Destinations in the Southeast Can Do a Little (or a Lot) of Everything

Service Solutions
Stay-to-Play: How to Make it a Winning Model for All

Sports Facilities
Lacrosse's Fast Break

Sports Landscape
Long Distance Travelers

Sports Outlook
Off the Sidelines and in the Spotlight

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