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Perhaps the most valuable asset a sport or recreation organization has is its name, logo, or other defining characteristic that the public can recognize and associate with the organization. One of the strongest ways to gain protection for this asset is by registering it as a trademark.
Managing Sport Facilities-2nd Edition
Whether the issue is conserving energy or recycling building products, conservation has become a major concern for new facilities.
Sport and Public Policy
An exploration of public policy decisions regarding investment in sport by laying a foundation that focuses on the economic impacts of stadiums, teams, and events.
Anger Management in Sport
Learn about different types of inventory methods and whether or not they work.
Security Management for Sports and Special Events eBook
Safety and security concerns are not unique to the United States. Countries across all continents have created, developed, and maintained safety and security organizations, policies, and procedures to address security issues and enhance the safety of their citizens.
Managing Sport Events eBook
The main attraction of your event can be a game, a concert, or a performance.
Applied Sport Management Skills 2nd Edition With Web Study Guide
Organizational culture is the set of values, beliefs, and standards for acceptable behavior that its members share.
NIAAA's Guide to Interscholastic Athletic Administration
Pay to play has been around for a long time in our schools. During the budget crisis of the 1980s and 1990s, the implementation of paying to play sports in high school was shocking.
NIAAA's Guide to Interscholastic Athletic Administration eBook
The overall athletic budget will obviously need to include transportation but cannot consume the entire pool of funds earmarked for athletics.
Long-Term Athlete Development
Hill (as cited in Hill & Simons, 1989) described specialization as athletes limiting participation to a single sport, which they train for and compete in on a year-round basis.
A natural outgrowth of associations between individual franchises, leagues have enhanced the viability and stability of their professional sports by providing structure and ensuring an even field for competition.