Best of Connect Sports: November 2016

By Connect Sports Staff, November 30, 2016

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 November 2016.

> 25 Things You Didn’t Know About Ken May, CEO of Topgolf

> What’s Behind Pickleball’s Massive Growth?

Connect Sports Launches Women in Sports Tourism Forum

> Sports Is a Family Thing for Mobile’s Susan Shaw

CSM Acquires LeadDog in Major Sports Marketing Deal

16 Sports Tourism Trends for 2016

> All’s Well in Greenville, S.C.

> Visit Mesa Gets New Director of Sports

> 5 Best and 5 Most Underrated Soccer Complexes

> Up for Bid: 2017-2019 CrossFit Games

Connect Sports is pleased to introduce to you the winners of the 2019 Connect Sports Tourism Excellence Awards, presented by SportsNC.

The Softball Players Association is seeking bids to host its 2020 Senior World Championships. RFPs are due Nov. 9.

All attendees at Connect Sports 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky, can attest that this year’s conference was our best. Here are the highlights.

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