Categories of Membership
Membership in the NASC is granted to an organization that meets the criteria as outlined for the three categories. Each member shall designate the principal executive or another individual within the organization to serve as the primary contact provided that individual is responsible for sports-related activities. Membership privileges, except for those relating specifically to the contact person information, extend to all employees of a member organization. View our member roster here.
|An organization located in a given city, metropolitan area or urban unit , region, state, nation, commonwealth, territory, or other political subdivision (each, for purposes of the Association's Articles of Incorporation and these Bylaws, a "community") which solicits and services sports events, sports organizations, and sports facilities and other types of sports-related activities in that community. |
|Allied ||Organizations, to include multi-sports organizations, colleges and universities and the like and persons or firms providing equipment, services, or attractions to the field served by Association (i.e., sports marketing companies, consulting and/or architectural firms, sports equipment manufacturers, facility management or food service companies, conferences, leagues, and similar organizations). |
|Rights Holder ||Organizations, firms or persons which hold rights to events and activities within the purposes and field of activity of the Association. |
What Our Members Are Saying
“The National Association of Sports Commissions has provided our organization several opportunities to grow through professional development, business development and networking opportunities with our peers across the country. The tools the association provides us, including the best practice webinars, the NASC website, the annual symposium and professional development through the CSEE program are instrumental to our continued success in the sports market.”
- Seann DeMaris, Group Sales and Services, Ames Area Sports Commission
“NASC has been a tremendous resource for Philadelphia over the years, in terms of networking among cities, accessing decision makers and as a general resource within the industry. Keep up the great work!”
- Larry Needle, Executive Director, Philadelphia Sports Congress
“Associated Premium Corporation has been an NASC Partner for more than five years. Our ability to connect with NASC member categories has allowed for a successful penetration of the market of event specific products, as well as marketing and operational product placements to NASC members. As a result of the increasing revenue each year, the ROI has increased internally and the funds we provide assist the NASC in accomplishing its mission.”
- Jim Hilb, Associated Premium Corporation
“Being a member of the NASC gives the AAU a spectacular opportunity to meet and conduct business with experienced event host which gives our athletes 1st Class events to attend. The NASC not only focuses on giving you excellent opportunities to network but it gives your opportunities to enhance your professional development which ultimately helps our entire industry. ”
- James Parker, Director of Sports, Amateur Athletic Union
"NASC, through its Marketplace, has been directly responsible for us obtaining hosts for three of our Can-Am Police-Fire Games. We attend other conferences, however, the NASC Marketplace has been the most productive for us. The 2010 Marketplace in Columbus, Ohio generated at least five cities that may bid on our Games in 2016. We will continue to be active members even when we do not have Games up for bid."
- Lynn Hillman, US President/Treasurer, Can-Am Police-Fire Games Federation