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Mankato college to conduct study on indoor 'sports bubble' - Southernminn.com

Mankato college to conduct study on indoor 'sports bubble' - Southernminn.com | Sports Facility Management 4405627 | Scoop.it
Mankato college to conduct study on indoor 'sports bubble' Southernminn.com Minnesota State Mankato has retained the Sports Facility Development & Management Group to oversee and manage the feasibility study, which will evaluate possible campus,...

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A "feasibility study"? First I've heard of it, but it's goal of reaching out to the community and getting imput makes sense!

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Justin Tillinghast's curator insight, July 17, 2013 7:27 PM

Indoor Sports Bubbles gaining in popularity

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Brazil's football stadiums: Grumbling in the terraces | The Economist

Brazil's football stadiums: Grumbling in the terraces | The Economist | Sports Facility Management 4405627 | Scoop.it
“The problem is that FIFA's organisation is extremely professional,” says Ricardo Araujo, a stadium management consultant and author of Novas Arenas, a stadium blog. “They are experienced and have run events the world ...
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When the management team is dropping the ball...

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Myrtle Beach could have new indoor sports facility as soon as February 2015 - MyrtleBeachOnline.com

Myrtle Beach could have new indoor sports facility as soon as February 2015 - MyrtleBeachOnline.com | Sports Facility Management 4405627 | Scoop.it
Myrtle Beach could have new indoor sports facility as soon as February 2015 MyrtleBeachOnline.com City manager Tom Leath now has the authority to partner with the Sports Facility Advisory, a Florida-based management consultant company, to bring the...
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UNH Senior Awarded Stadium Managers Association Scholarship - ReadMedia (press release)

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UNH Senior Awarded Stadium Managers Association Scholarship ReadMedia (press release) The scholarship was awarded by the SMA Foundation, headquartered in Des Moines, Iowa, to support outstanding students enrolled in sports administration programs...
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How to Create a Sports Facility Facebook Page

Creating and updating your sports facility's Facebook page is undoubtedly worth it. ... Our Sponsors. Sports Facility Management Software · Leader in Performance Enhancement · Contact Us · Marketing Toolbox ...

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Tips on social networking for your facility.

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Micah Terry's curator insight, December 16, 2012 6:12 AM

For all you sports fanatics that want to express your opinion of current events via social networking, I think this will be much help! Enjoy the read....

Jaclyn Mickelson's curator insight, September 22, 2013 4:05 PM

There is no doubt that starting a Facbook page is a worthwhile investment for even small facility owners.  Social media plays a huge role in the dynamics of marketing, and it guarantees that followers can stay up to date.  If anyone is not familiar with the Social Media opportunies, they could utilize this article to show them how to market their facility. 

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I learned that creating a facebook account or any kind of page on social media to promote your company can be very beneficial to your business. Everyone is on social media everyday and are constantly just searching around, one like by one person and suddenly all their friends can see it and the chain goes on. i learned that social media is used for many things by a company such as: Allowing your customers to check in and retrieve items,Announce new products, programs, announce special features and deals. Lastly and most importantly it allows people to chat about it and spread the word to other possible costumers. I choice this article because it gave me tips on how to advertise a business and what could be extremely beneficial even if it does not seem like it. Also i wanted to learn about what kind of things to put on the facebook page when you do create it. This imformation will be helpful because i now know more than one way of advertising and getting the name of my business outwards to costumers bringing in more money.
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Festival aims to raise awareness about recreation center - Daily Mail - Charleston

Festival aims to raise awareness about recreation center
Daily Mail - Charleston
"What our hopes are is to begin the project and then step aside and let a management group take over," Joseph said.
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What a great way to expose the public to a new facility.

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John Elway: Arrests of Broncos executives an 'unfortunate situation' - USA TODAY

John Elway: Arrests of Broncos executives an 'unfortunate situation' - USA TODAY | Sports Facility Management 4405627 | Scoop.it
John Elway: Arrests of Broncos executives an 'unfortunate situation'
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The other side to professional sports management; what to do when key members of your staff are acting inappropriately and affecting the team's or facility's reputation?

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Groups rally for St Clair Recreation Centre upgrade at Woodville - The Daily Telegraph

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Groups rally for St Clair Recreation Centre upgrade at Woodville
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A recent report by the council's Asset Management Committee showed the centre's popularity was booming.
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