Economic Impact Template - Use this tool to predict possible results prior to bidding on an event and estimate the potential results the event will produce
Get in the Game, The Official Blog of the NASC - Get information about best practices and trends directly from NASC's executive director, Don Schumacher and other industry experts
Industry Articles - The NASC has complied a library of articles, research, and reports to aid in your everyday business
Models & Samples - Collection of models and samples, (used by real host organizations, event organizers, and industry partners), that is designed to generate ideas and save you time
NASC/Ohio University State of the Industry Report (2012) - This report was written based on the responses from a statistically significant group of 150 organizations that are members of the National Association of Sports Commissions. Rates of change and other figures represented throughout this report are calculated from the responses of the sample.
NASC Report on the Sports Travel Industry (2012) - This report has been prepared by the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) as a service to its membership and on behalf of the sports event industry. The NASC promotes industry best practices through its web site and its many meetings, workshops, and webinars.
NASC Report on Economic Impact (2010) - The report addresses the key issues which must be considered in any study of economic impact. It provides methodologies and formulas, and suggests how to compute the impact of the same event in different communities
Site Selection Study of Event Rights Holders (2010) - The study determines the most salient site selection factors perceived by representatives of event organizations
NASC/SGMA Amateur Sporting Event Study (2009) - This report surveyed a statistically significant number of persons who reported travel to an amateur sporting event within the last six months of 2009. This is a custom research report produced specifically for members of the NASC. Topics covered in the report include: trip frequency, event type, travel party, accommodations, expenditures, travel, additional activities, and recommendations
NASC Salary and Benefits Study (2009) - The goal of this research was to establish a compensation guide for sports commission and visitors bureau employees based on market size, to determine the most common and important benefits offered to employees, and to determine members’ satisfaction with their NASC membership