Best of Connect Sports: April 2017

By Connect Sports Staff, May 1, 2017

We strive to bring you the best content about the events industry every day. But we know you are also busy planning so a few stories may fall through the cracks. Here is your second chance. Below is the list of our most-read stories for April 2017.

1. Kris Smith Takes Over Detroit Sports Commission

2. 5 Takeaways From the NASC Symposium

3. Help Us Choose the 2017 Connect Sports Game Changers

4. 17 Sports Tourism Trends for 2017

5. A Beginner’s Guide to Sports Tourism Jargon

6. Corrigan Sports Brings Its A Game to Events

7. Prospects Cup to Kick Off in Kissimmee, Florida

8. This Week in Team USA: April 3-9

9. Walnut Creek Emerges as a New Sports Destination

10. Up for Bid: 2018 LPGA Symetra Tour Events

Holly Anderson, a key player in the sports tourism industry for more than a decade, has been promoted to lead Connect Sports.

Connect Sports and SportsPittsburgh and proud to announced the 2019 Game Changers—event professionals who continue to drive sports tourism forward.

U.S. Figure Skating is currently seeking proposals to host its 2021 Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships. RFPs are due Sept. 30.

Legendary triathlete and coach Siri Lindley will discuss her experiences and insight at Connect Sports as part of the speaker showcase.

Interim Director Craig Campbell says St. Pete/Clearwater Sports & Events is turning its focus to the community’s No. 1 resource: the beach.