NASC and Stoll Sports Strategies announce new partnership
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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 National Association of Sports Commissions.
Stoll earned her doctorate degree from Troy University and also earned degrees from the University of Louisville and Colorado Mesa University, where she continues to serve as an adjunct professor. Additionally, she served in leadership roles with the PGA of America for the 2010 Senior PGA Championship and the 2008 Ryder Cup.
“I am excited to lead efforts to serve NASC members through robust research and education aimed at providing relevant knowledge applicable to all segments of our industry,” said Stoll.
About the National Association of Sports Commissions
The National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) is the 501(c)3 trade association for the $11.4 billion sport tourism industry, serving more than 800 sports destinations, vendors, and event owners, both domestically and internationally.