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November/December 2018
November/December 2018

As we sprint toward the end of the year, a quick look back tells us 2018 has been quite a ride, full of highs and lows. And between all the milestones, we’ve done our jobs, each of us making up a part of the big machine that is sports tourism and the economy it has created. In this issue, we celebrate our 2018 Champions of Economic Impact in Sports Tourism. We also examine growing and emerging sports (pickleball and flag football) as well as equestrian and rodeo. Our industry thought leaders have also given us some excellent insights, making this issue worth your always valuable time.

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Business Development
Merchandising: How to Create the Brand that Sells Your Event

Clipboard
The Growing Use of Mobile Apps in Event Planning – and How to Get on Board

Destination Spotlight
Sports Teams are Discovering Prince George County
Bolstering Success in a Burgeoning Destination

Executive Insights
American Trail Running Association

Industry Leadership
Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats: Sports Tourism Looks Ahead
2018 CHAMPIONS OF ECONOMIC IMPACT IN SPORTS TOURISM

Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
Riding High
The Rodeo Roundup

Perspectives
Best Practices for Recurring Events: Working Together for the Win

Regional Focus
The Heart of Sports in America: Accessible, Accommodating, Affordable

Service Solutions
Housing Services: Accommodations Made Easy

Sports Facilities
Serve It Up!
Pickleball: Catching the Wave

Sports Landscape
Spiking in Popularity

Sports Outlook
Football: What’s Happening on the Field?

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