Not all strenuous competitions are purely physical. Indeed, some focus on flexing another sort of muscle: the mind. These sports, known as brain game competitions, put the mental prowess of their participants to the test.
As I sit writing this blog, I have found a few moments to slow down the hectic pace of attending a sports event conference. In this case, it is S.P.O.R.T.S The Relationship Conference, which is organized by SportsEvents Media Group.
The question of location is not just about the city the event will be held in. It is important to also consider the neighborhood, whether hotels and others are nearby, and of course, the choice of sports facilities themselves.
Our industry sees many dedicated and hard-working individuals, both among event planners, CVBs, and other teams. We at SportsEvents want to give these heroes and legends of sports tourism the recognition they deserve through our Readers’ Choice Awards (RCAs).
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