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September/October 2016
September/October 2016

With the summer Olympics in the rear-view (and what a view it was!), it’s time to turn our attention what’s ahead. How do we grow the sports we have, and how do we use best practices in business? In this issue, we review what people will be talking about (gymnastics and cycling, for instance, along with water sports) and looking ahead (softball will be included in the 2020 Games.) And there’s always time to sharpen our skills in business, and articles on security, transportation options, negotiations, long-term contracts and more will help you do that. Turn the page and start your learning experience.

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Business Development
Effective Planning for Event Security

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Negotiating The Win-Win: 7 Keys For Rights Holders

Destination Spotlight
Tri-Cities, Washington: A Desert Region in the Pacific Northwest
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Capital Improvements Make Oklahoma’s Capitol City a Major Midwest Destination
Lewisville, Texas - A Growing Sports Experience in Lewisville

Executive Insights
USA Gymnastics

Industry Leadership
Outstanding Venues: New Home Bases for Innovative Events

Multi-Sport Multi-Discipline Review
Scoring Big With Gymnastics

Perspectives
Long-Term Contracts: Best Approaches and Best Practices

Regional Focus
West by Southwest: Great Venues and Agreeable Climates Offer Advantages for Every Sport

Service Solutions
Getting from Point A to Point B: Options for Sports Team Travel

Sports Facilities
Making the Pitch for Softball

Sports Landscape
On the Waterfront

Sports Outlook
New Programs to Help Keep the Spin on an Olympic Cycle

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