SportsEvents Magazine

DEC 2016

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December 2016 27 SAN MATEO COUNTY San Mateo County/Silicon Valley CVB 111 Anza Blvd., Suite 410 Burlingame (94010) Phone: (650) 348-7600 Website: SANTA CLARA Santa Clara Sports Group 1850 Warburton Ave. (95050) Phone: (408) 244-9660 Website: SANTA CLARITA Team Santa Clarita 23920 Valencia Blvd., Suite 100 (91355-2196) Phone: (661) 286-4084 Website: SANTA ROSA Visit Santa Rosa 50 Old Courthouse Square, #110 (95401) Phone: (707) 524-2114 Toll Free: (800) 404-7673 Fax: (707) 545-6914 Email: Website: Facebook: VisitSantaRosa Twitter: @visitsantarosa LinkedIn: YouTube: VisitSantaRosa Contact: Charlene Lennon, Dir. of Sales Metro Area Rooms: 2,000 Lgst. Area Room Block: 150 Venues Available For: Soccer, martial arts, ice sports, basketball, mat sports, volleyball, Comments: Just 55 miles north of San Francisco, we are your one-stop-shop in Wine Country. SEE AD ON PAGE 152 STOCKTON Visit Stockton P. O. Box 2336 (95201) 525 N Center (95202) Phone: (209) 938-1556 Website: TURLOCK Turlock CVB 115 S Golden State Blvd. (95380) Phone: (209) 632-2221 Website: VALLEJO Vallejo CVB 289 Mare Island Way (94590) Phone: (707) 642-3653 Website: VENTURA COUNTY - CAMARILLO, HUENEME, OXNARD & VENTURA VenturaCountyWest 500 W Esplanade Dr., Suite 325 Oxnard (93036) Website: Phone: (479) 619-3196 Website: SPRINGDALE Springdale Chamber of Commerce P. O. Box 166 202 W Emma (72765) Phone: (479) 872-2222 Toll Free: (800) 972-7261 Website: Metro Area Rooms: 1,600 Lgst. Area Room Block: 300 Venues Available For: Baseball/softball, soc- cer, ice sports, water sports, swimming/diving, basketball, mat sports, volleyball, bowling, SEE AD ON PAGE 70 California BAKERSFIELD Bakersfield CVB 515 Truxtun Ave. (93301) Phone: (661) 852-7236 Website: HUNTINGTON BEACH Huntington Beach Sports Commission 301 Main St., Suite 212 (92648) Phone: (714) 969-3492 Website: IRVINE Destination Irvine 2485 McCabe Way, Suite 150 (92614) Phone: (949) 660-9112 Website: MANTECA Manteca Sports Commission 1422 Grove Ave. (95337) Phone: (209) 823-7229 Website: OAKLAND Visit Oakland 481 Water St. (94607) Phone: (510) 839-9000 Website: PASADENA Pasadena CVB 300 E Green St. (91101) Phone: (626) 795-9311 Website: REDDING Redding CVB 2334 Washington Ave., Suite B (96001) Phone: (530) 225-4105 Website: SACRAMENTO Sacramento Sports Commission 1608 I St. (95814-4044) Phone: (916) 808-7777 Website: sporting facilities means that sports are a way of life. With our central U.S. location in the beautiful Ozark Mountains, the area's terrain temperate climate, Fayetteville is an ideal setting for any type of sport. Come experience Fayetteville, because when it comes to sports, they all begin here! SEE AD ON PAGE 54 LITTLE ROCK Little Rock CVB P. O. Box 3232 (72203) 101 S Spring St., 4th Floor (72201) Phone: (501) 376-4781 Toll Free: (800) 844-4781 Fax: (501) 370-3235 Email: Website: Facebook: Twitter: @LittleRockCVB Instagram: LittleRockCVB YouTube: Contact: David Russell, Dir. of Sports Sales Metro Area Rooms: 9,500 Lgst. Area Room Block: 6,500 Venues Available For: Baseball/softball, soccer, martial arts, water sports, swimming/ diving, basketball, mat sports, volleyball, sail- ing/rowing/canoe, shooting, archery, running, cycling boxing. Comments: Little Rock is celebrated for its charming hospitality, genuine people and a new Southern style. Its affordability, conve- nience and an outstanding selection of venues make Little Rock the perfect choice for hosting your next sporting event. Little Rock is ready to go the extra mile to ensure your next event is a winner! Go to, and see why we say "Sports are better with a Southern accent!" SEE AD ON PAGE 143 NORTH LITTLE ROCK North Little Rock Sports Bureau P. O. Box 5511 (72119) Burns Park Exit 150 off I-40 (72118) Phone: (501) 758-1424 Toll Free: (800) 643-4690 Fax: (501) 758-5752 Email: Website: Contact: Shannon Harris, Sports/Special Events Consultant Metro Area Rooms: 9,000 Lgst. Area Room Block: 1,200 Venues Available For: Baseball/softball, soc- cer, basketball, fishing, cycling boxing. Comments: The North Little Rock Convention experience in providing assistance to local, effort to help them bring tournaments to our area. We have the finest sports facilities including Burns Park with 1,700 acres of sports from soccer to tennis. You have to see us to believe us! ROGERS Visit Rogers 317 W Walnut (72576) Phone: (501) 682-1219 Email: Website: Facebook: ArkansasStateTourism Twitter: @artourism Contact: Tracy Morales, Group Travel Mgr. Venues Available For: Baseball/softball, soccer, ice sports, water sports, swimming/div- ing, basketball, volleyball, shooting, archery, cycling. Comments: The Group Travel Section of the Arkansas Department of Parks Tourism, in collaboration with the Arkansas Association importance of sports tourism in the Natural State. From world-class facilities to beautiful outdoor spaces, Arkansas is the natural place to play. SEE AD ON PAGE 136 BENTONVILLE Bentonville CVB 104 E Central (72712) Phone: (479) 271-9153 Website: CONWAY Conway CVB 900 Oak St. (72032) Phone: (501) 932-5409 Toll Free: (888) 270-9901 Fax: (501) 327-7790 Email: Website: Facebook: Contact: Rachel Earls Shaw, Dir. of Destination Mktg. Metro Area Rooms: 1,200 Venues Available For: Baseball/softball, soc- cer, martial arts, basketball, volleyball, running Comments: Located just 25 miles up I-40 from our state's capital, Conway, Arkansas is an easily accessible southern city. Home to college town at heart with a passion for youth sports. Come experience our first class facili- SEE AD ON PAGE 111 FAYETTEVILLE Fayetteville Visitors Bureau 21 S Block Ave. Phone: (479) 521-5776 Toll Free: (800) 766-4626 Fax: (479) 571-4731 Email: Website: Facebook: Twitter: @ExpFayetteville YouTube: ExpFayettevilleAR Pinterest: Contact: John Lamparski, Sports Sales Mgr. Metro Area Rooms: 8,000 Lgst. Area Room Block: 2,300 Venues Available For: Baseball/softball, soccer, martial arts, water sports, swimming/ diving, basketball, mat sports, volleyball, sailing/rowing/canoe, shooting, archery, run- ning, cheer dance, fishing, cycling, boxing, disc golf, Quidditch, ultimate frisbee, rugby, Comments: Welcome to Fayetteville! From extreme to mainstream, Fayetteville can host almost any sport imaginable. Being home to the University of Arkansas world-class

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