May/June 2018 | Sports Destination Management

May/June 2018

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Sports Destination Management Magazine

May/June 2018

A fascinating aspect of our industry is the way the moving parts – event owners, destinations, venues and services – create the dynamic whole. This issue bears that out, with insights from all corners. You can learn not just about sports (we’re highlighting baseball, track & field and fishing) but about hot-button industry topics (sports for senior athletes, creating the athlete relationship and maximizing economic impact). In addition, we’ve honored longtime favorites in our industry, with the Reader’s Choice Awards. Who’s being recognized? Read on to find out!

In this issue

Playing the Field

BY: Peter Francesconi

Baseball is one of the USA’s oldest organized sports, and it remains one of the most popular. Much of its recent growth is fueled by Gen Z, kids ages six to 17 who focus on team sports and outdoor activities – including baseball. It’s hard to find a community around the country that doesn’t offer diamonds for baseball events. Here are some of the best. more....

  Executive Insights
1
USA Water Ski & Wake Sports
  Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
1
On the Right Track
  Regional Focus
1
Up and Down the Coast
  Sports Facilities
1
Playing the Field
  Sports Landscape
1
The Big Catch