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July/August 2019
July/August 2019

The adage is “The more things change, the more they remain the same.” But in sports, with new technologies in sports equipment and playing surfaces, and athletes who push and expand the limits, we see a continued evolution. This issue reviews both traditional sports (running and lacrosse) as well as those that continue to evolve (combat sports, quidditch and cheer). We also have excellent pieces from industry thought leaders with cutting-edge ideas on volunteer management, hotel negotiations, social media marketing and risk management. Get set to learn something new on every page.

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Business Development
Six Keys to Increasing Your Digital Influence with Crave-Worthy Content

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Risk Management: Don't Let it be an Afterthought

Destination Spotlight
So Much More Than a Major League City
AAU Junior Olympic Games Reinforce City’s Status as ‘Tournament Town’
Conway, Arkansas, Is Hopping with Sports – Even Toad Racing

Executive Insights
US Quidditch

Industry Leadership
Connecting with Great Partners for Long-Term Success

Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
Ready to Fight

Perspectives
Engaging Volunteers: A Case Study from Gulf Shores & Orange Beach Sports Commission

Regional Focus
Warm, Welcoming – and Winning

Service Solutions
Hotels and Housing: How to Get a Win

Sports Facilities
The Growth of Lacrosse

Sports Landscape
Keeping Pace

Sports Outlook
Insights from the National Governing Body for Cheer

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