Amateur Sports Tournament, League and Club Leaders Share Winning Strategies at First Ever TLC Sport Summit
BOULDER, COLO – On December 11, 2017, the TLC Sport Summit will be home to North America's top amateur sports tournament, league, club and association leaders for a dynamic one-day gathering to share insights, ideas and the winning strategies that are driving the $15 billion youth and amateur sport industry.
The TLC Sport Summit takes place December 11, 2017 at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, MD and is available to delegates around the world via live stream. Full conference details are available at www.TLCSportSummit.com.
Highlighting the TLC Summit is a special keynote address from MLB Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr. As a longtime club leader and youth sports coach, Ripken will share his unique insights as a professional who runs tournaments featuring nearly 2,000 teams each year. In addition to hearing from Ripken, the packed day features 20 fast paced workshops, seminars, and best-practice filled sessions about the latest in sports organization management and communication technology, fundraising, recruiting, equipment, insurance, health, safety and more. Other presenting experts include NFL great and 7-on-7 football tournament pioneer, LaVar Arrington; Laura Petrillo, CEO of Youth 1; Eric Hutcherson, EVP at the NBA; and Bonnie Goldberg, Founder of Capitol Hill Volleyball.
The TLC Sport Summit is a joint venture of team management platform TeamSnap and youth sports media and fundraising platform League Network.
"Today, leaders of tournaments, leagues, clubs and associations dictate buying and management habits for eight out of ten amateur sports teams," said TeamSnap CEO Dave DuPont. "Yet until now there was no one place for leaders of tournaments, leagues and clubs across all team sports to share best practices. The TLC Sport Summit is that place."
"It’s about time that the people who run the youth and amateur sports organizations that touch 40 million athletes have their own business forum," added League Network CEO Jay Whitehead. "After all, tournaments, leagues and clubs in North America have annual budgets that total over $15 billion. And while each team sport is different, there are secrets that leaders across all team sports can learn from each other."
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