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  • NASC Announces New Chief Executive

    NASC Announces New Chief Executive

    Alan Kidd Named National Association of Sports Commissions President and CEO
  • NASC designates a dozen sport tourism professionals as Certified Sports Event Executives

    NASC designates a dozen sport tourism professionals as Certified Sports Event Executives

    The NASC Professional Education Committee is pleased to recognize the most recent graduates of the CSEE program.
  • Registration and Housing for 2017 Symposium Open Now

    Registration and Housing for 2017 Symposium Open Now

    Register now for the 25th annual NASC Sports Event Symposium, which is scheduled for March 27-30, 2017 in Sacramento, Ca. READ MORE
  • SFIA US Trends In Sports Reports Available Now for NASC Members

    SFIA US Trends In Sports Reports Available Now for NASC Members

    Through a new partnership with the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) and the NASC, a number of new research reports are available to our members. The reports provide detailed research on participation rates per sport ranging from adventure racing to volleyball, spending trends in fitness and sport along with non-participation rates. READ MORE
  • NASC Sports Legacy Fund Donates $27,000 to Mary Free Bed Wheelchair and Adaptive Sports

    NASC Sports Legacy Fund Donates $27,000 to Mary Free Bed Wheelchair and Adaptive Sports

    The NASC Sports Legacy Fund raised $27,000 to benefit Mary Free Bed Wheelchair & Adaptive Sports wheelchair tennis program. The Mary Free Bed Wheelchair & Adaptive Sports program serves 400 children and 300 adults through a variety of organized team sports, clinics and camps every year.   READ MORE
Economic Impact Calculator Sports Event RFP Database CSEE - Sport Tourism Certification Sports Tourism Webinars 

"The NASC listens to its membership to provide the tools sport tourism professionals need,” Judi Hess from the Greater Binghamton CVB talks about the benefits of NASC membership.

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Missouri tourism bureau wants to boost fund for event bidding

Attracting statewide high school competitions and amateur sporting events to town is becoming more expensive and more competitive every year. That's why Missouri's Columbia Convention...

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Don Schumacher: Turning the page

The only executive director NASC has ever had, Schumacher has been at the driver’s seat for the past 2 1/2 decades, leading the organization to unprecedented growth. Just days...

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3 Ways To Use Site Visits As Planning Tools to Ensure a Successful Event

Site visits are a very important tool for both event owners and sports commissions or DMOs, but they come in many shapes and sizes and even different purposes.  These pu...

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NASC Announces New Chief Executive

Contacts: Ralph Morton, Chair of the NASC Board (206) 461-5819 rmorton@seattlesports.org Jackie Reau/Betsy Ross, Game Day Communications (513) 929-4263 jreau@gameda...

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