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Register Now for Upcoming Event Webinars

November 26, 2013

Recently, many of our Rights Holder members have presented Event Webinars to more thoroughly share information about their events and requirements to bid with destinations interested in hosting events. The opportunity to host an event webinar is a benefit of membership and a unique way to reach numerous cities simultaneously.

Upcoming Event Webinar schedule:

  • Monday, December 2nd at 2pm ET – USA Weightlifting (5 events available for bid) – Register Now
  • Tuesday, December 10th at 2pm ET – National Senior Games Association (1 event available for bid) – Register Now

If you are interested in hosting an event webinar to discuss your RFP and bid requirements or have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Chaney Young, Director of Membership & Marketing, at Elizabeth@SportsCommissions.org.

Visit the webinar archives page in case you missed any of our recent webinars. Check out the infographics below to view the Q&A sessions from recent event webinars:

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NASC Strategic Consulting Service

August 30, 2011

The NASC is adding a Strategic Consulting Service. The combined knowledge and experience of our staff is available to offer a full range of services…from a seminar designed to help you select the ways to get your share of the sports event travel market, to facility audits, sports complex feasibility studies, strategic planning, and marketing and sales assistance and meeting and convention planning.

We are in the process of developing a new section of the web site. This section will detail the many services we offer.  A summary of services will be available at the TEAMS conference in Las Vegas October 4-6.

All fees will go to the NASC for additional member services.

We have already signed our first client and have three more proposals in varying stages of development.

It is important to note that we will only be able to accept a limited number of projects. We cannot allow these new services to take away from our focus on the on-going work of the NASC.

Stay tuned for more information!

– Don