Tag Archives: youth sports

Continuing to Smell the Dew

Before I begin, do me a favor. I want you to close your eyes and imagine your younger self stepping into an opening day for the first time.

NCYS Appoints New Board Members

STUART, Fla. — The National Council of Youth Sports (NCYS) announced the appointment of new board members, according to Wanda Rutledge board chairman. The new members join Rutledge, Pam Marshall (AAU), Trish Sylvia (National Center for Safety Initiatives) and Talty O’Connor (Covey Communications Corporation).

            New members of the board include …

Elevate your next event in Virginia’s Blue Ridge

The Roanoke Valley in Virginia’s Blue Ridge has developed a national reputation for hosting great sporting events. Our location makes the Roanoke Valley easily accessible for athletes, teams and families. The setting and climate also means great weather throughout the year for all kinds of outdoor sports.

5 TIPS from Pros on Planning Sports Events

When it comes to running a successful tournament, it’s all about priorities, a game plan and partnerships. Read on for tips from experts from USA Fencing and the Ladies Professional Golf Association Symetra Tour (LPGA) that will help you create the next winning event.



Keep it Simple, Execute & Keep The Fire Burning

By Jon Schmieder

A special contribution to SportsEvents from our editorial advisor, and founder and CEO of the Huddle Up Group.

This time of year, college football fans are rooting for their teams, mostly in …

Legacy Projects: What are you leaving behind?

Sports events large and small bring with them opportunities to create something lasting, whether in the communities that host them or in support of a worthy cause. With a captive audience at their fingertips, planners have a unique opportunity to expand the scope of an event beyond the parameters of …

6 Tips for Managing Successful Sporting Events

6 Tips for Managing Successful Sporting Events:
It’s an understatement to say that there are numerous details to keep in mind and consider when it comes to managing sporting events. Budgets, schedules, communication and marketing plans, referees, venue selections – there are many elements to balance in order to …