SportsEvents Magazine

DEC 2015

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Page 50 of 171 December 2015 51 Sponsored Content CVBs & Sports Commissions eno Tahoe USA has partnered with sporting events for de- cades and continues to add new events to a unique lineup of regional, national and international competition. Among high-profile sporting events held in northern Nevada are USA Boxing's Olympic Team Trials, USA Taekwondo Team Trials and US Open, USA Gymnastics' Boys Regionals, and the 2015 USA Weightlifting American Open, which was the largest event of its kind anywhere in the world. Many of these events have been held at the 500,000-square-foot Reno-Sparks Con- vention Center and the downtown Reno Events Center, which is equipped with stadium-styled seating. USA Volleyball, USA Judo and USA Team Handball have also recently held competitions in these Reno Tahoe facilities. In addition, the Big Sky Basketball Championship will be held in Reno through 2018. Reno Tahoe also houses North Ameri- ca's largest installation of artificial turf. Golden Eagle Regional Park's softball and baseball fields have been home to tournaments with age groupings from single-digit sluggers to golden-aged gold-glovers. Independently operated Reno Tahoe resorts offer a first-class experience at a Major League value. Fine dining and luxurious amenities are an added benefit to the region's charm and come at an increasingly rewarding value. Nightly entertainment and natural, outdoor adventure opportunities, from hiking and biking to kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding, make Reno Tahoe a fantastic getaway for athletes looking to test their limits and also for those who just want to relax after a long day of competition. Reno Tahoe is also home to 18 world-class ski resorts, 50 golf courses and some of the finest spas in the country. Reno Tahoe represents a better value than almost every comparable destination, and we have the amenities, resources and support staff to help make your next event a success. Give us a call today, and learn more about what Reno Tahoe can do for you and your competitors. n R Reno-Tahoe USA – Let's Play! Shelli Fine Director of Sports Development (775) 827-7704 Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority "Here in Reno Tahoe, the Visitors Authority operates most of the major events facil- ities, which means we can get you what you need when you need it, and at a price that's much more favorable than other destinations."

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