Entries for 2018

NASC and Stoll Sports Strategies announce new partnership

 Posted on: December 19 2018
CINCINNATI (For Immediate Release) – The National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) and Stoll Sports Strategies, led by Jennifer Stoll, has formed a partnership to launch new research and educational initiatives for the sports tourism trade association, beginning January 1, 2019. Stoll, who led the Greater Grand Junction Sports Commission for the past five years and has been a long-time member of the NASC, will work with NASC leadership and members as well as tourism industry partners to create the Sports Tourism Learning Institute, a new research service and education arm for the organization. Additionally, she will produce industry reports and white papers to share with the NASC membership. “Jennifer will be a key leader in assisting a revamp of the NASC education products and services in the sports events and tourism industries to help our membership and industry partners stay ahead of the trends and business opportunities,” said Al Kidd, CEO of the Na...

Be on our Board!

 Posted on: December 19 2018
To achieve continued growth and success, the NASC requires strong leadership from our dynamic members. Board members serve as representatives of the NASC’s 800-member organizations and help guide the future direction of the Association. The Nominating Committee is accepting applications for eight (8) open positions on the NASC Board of Directors. The open positions include: Executive Committee – Secretary One (1) Director representing the NASC Active category serving a two-year term expiring April 2021 Four (4) Directors representing the NASC Active category serving a three-year term expiring April 2022 One (1) Director representing the NASC Rights Holder category to serve a two-year term expiring April 2021 One (1) Director representing the NASC Allied category to serve a two-year term expiring April 2021 All NASC members are invited to apply for a position and/or suggest potential candidates for consideration by the Nominating Committee. The Nomin...

Resolutions for the New Year

 Posted on: December 18 2018
It’s hard to believe the holidays are here and 2019 is just weeks away.  It’s a wonderful time to spend with family, enjoy the company of friends and reflect on 2018.  It’s also the time of year people begin to make their annual resolutions for changes they would like to make in the coming year.  While making your New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget to about your job and changes you would like to make there as well.  Here are my resolutions to help get you started… My first resolution for 2019 is to better develop the relationship I have with my Parks & Recreation department.  While some cities have amazing private sports parks or school facilities to utilize, many of us rely a great deal on our public parks to host many of our events.  As cities to continue to grow and the availability of open field time shrinks, a great relationship with your parks and recreation staff can help overcome facility obstacles.&nbs...

Media and the EIC

 Posted on: December 7 2018
Stuck on how to share information on Destinations International's Event Impact Calculator with the media in your community? Take a look at how Louisville Tourism is doing it: Calculating Individual Economic Impact of Louisville’s Conventions and Events In 2017, the LCVB transitioned to a new EIC (Economic Impact Calculator) which takes into account more variables than previous models. The Destinations International Event Impact Calculator (EIC) is the official industry standard for measuring the Estimated Economic Impact (EEI) of an event. Once event specific data is entered into the system (dates, attendance, room nights, number of exhibits, etc.), the calculator uses eight different sources of industry data (including city-specific data such as average room rate) to compile a complete event impact analysis. This model uses data provided by the organizing body such as anticipated room nights, attendance, ticket sales, length and type...

Be a Speaker at the 2019 NASC Symposium

 Posted on: December 6 2018
The NASC Symposium is a unique opportunity to share your experience, expertise and best practices with sports event professionals. We are seeking a combination of peer-to-peer sessions, as well as presentations from subject matter experts to deliver the best educational opportunities for all disciplines in the sports event and tourism industry. We invite you to submit a proposal for the 2019 NASC Symposium taking place May 6-9 in Knoxville, TN. Submit a Proposal If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact us at info@sportscommissions.org or 513.281.3888.

Plant the Seed for 2019

 Posted on: December 4 2018
I must confess that I do not read as much as I should, something that I hope to change in the New Year. My neighbor is retired and he spends a lot of time in and around his yard. His efforts there are productive as he has a great lawn and it looks amazing through the growing cycle. Many years ago, on our Public Television Station there was a regular program that was hosted by Jerry Baker, America’s Master Gardener. My wife recently purchased a book from him, “Fast Fixes and Miracle Mixes for your Lawn and Garden.” Inside, is over 300 pages of lawn care cures and home remedies for your lawn and garden. Our winter here in Dayton, OH seems to have started early as we had our first snow and ice in mid-November. I did not get around to it, but one of the recipes in the book for Fall Lawn Food application included: 1 bag of low-nitrogen dry lawn food (enough for 2,500 square feet) 3 lbs. of Epsom Salts 1 cup of gentle dry laundry soap (not detergent)...

Download Your Digital Copy of the NASC Playbook Winter 2018-2019 Edition

 Posted on: December 4 2018
The Winter 2018-2019 edition of the NASC Playbook is available now.  Download your copy. Inside this issue Awards Commitee Accepting Entries Registration and Housing Open for 2019 Symposium Bylaws, Branding & Strategic Planning Tips from the Member Mentoring Committee We encourage members to share information with your peers. Contact Meagan Grau, Director of Member Services and Engagement, at meagan@sportscommissions.org to learn more about how you can contribute to a future edition of The NASC Playbook. Happy Holidays! The NASC Staff

2019 Women's Summit Registration Now Open

 Posted on: November 28 2018
The Tampa Bay Sports Commission is excited to be hosting the 2019 Women's Summit April 3-5, 2019 in Tampa, FL!  Developed by top women leaders in the sports events and tourism industry, the Summit will inspire you to achieve your career goals. Successful speakers and enlightening sessions guaranteed to supply the tools you neeed and give you direction to reach new heights in your professional and personal life. This illuminating day is filled with several practical, idea-packed sessions. Between workshops, you'll experience meaningful networking at its best.  Topics covered include: Building Professional Allies Breaking Down Barriers Communicating for Women Overcoming Perfectionism Personal Branding Women Entrepreneurs Registration Member Rate: $499 Non-Member Rate: $699 REGISTER NOW Schedule *Subject to change Wednesday, April 3 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm - Registration 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Welcome Reception Thursday, April ...

RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP BY APRIL 1

 Posted on: November 28 2018
The NASC staff and board of directors thank you for your ongoing involvement and dedication to your association. 2018 was a year of growth for the ever-evolving sports events and tourism industry, highlighted with record attendance at our annual Symposium and more than 850 organizational members as of November 1. We also improved relationships with industry partners. Most notably, we announced in September our partnership with Destinations International to standardize economic impact reporting. With more than 140 NASC members already utilizing DI’s sports module, we are now encouraging all members to switch to this method of reporting. More information about this transition is available at sportscommissions.org/EIC Your organization’s membership is valid through December 31, 2018. We encourage you to take full advantage of the benefits and resources available to your organization as an NASC member by renewing today. For your convenience, a renewal notice is encl...

Celebrate #GivingTuesday2018 with the NASC Sports Legacy Fund

 Posted on: November 27 2018
We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. Today, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. What better way to celebrate #GivingTuesday than by donating to the NASC Sports Legacy Fund? Watch our video to learn more. How to Donate 1) Make a cash donation when you renew your 2019 membership or register for the 2019 NASC Symposium 2) Donate a silent auction or raffle item 3) Sponsor a silent auction/raffle table ($100 per table) DreamBikes announced as 2019 beneficiary DreamBikes is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization that strategically places used bicycle stores in low-to-moderate income neighborhoods to provide hands-on, paid job training to teens. Working in conjunction with local youth organizat...
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