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NOV 2017

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Page 8 of 59 November 2017 9 t SPORTS Talk according to the Aurora CVB. Aurora has hosted a number of world-class sporting events in recent years, including the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) Fastpitch Girls 18U and 14U National Championships, the 2017 NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Golf Championships, the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Xtra Frame Parkside Lanes Open and many more. For more information, visit or minton. Knoxville to Host 2019 NASC Sports Symposium CINCINNATI, Ohio — The City of Knoxville, Tenn., will be the host city for the 2019 National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) Sports Event Symposium scheduled for May 6 – 9, 2019. The annual symposium brings leaders in the sports tourism industry to connect with rights holders, venue managers and partners. "Sports tourism is a growing market and to have NASC choose Knoxville is wonderful for our desti- nation," said Kim Bumpas, president of Visit Knoxville. "Being chosen for this event puts Knoxville on a national playing field with many other cities across the nation." Chad Culver, senior direc- tor of the Visit Knoxville Sports Commission, said hosting the symposium is "an incredible honor to Knoxville as well as the entire state of Tennessee. Visit Knoxville Sports Commission is excited to welcome the 2019 NASC Symposium to Knoxville and we look forward to partnering with all of our teammates at PlayTN to show more than 1,000 sports tourism profes- sionals an unforgettable event." The symposium will feature dozens of education ses- sions, business development appointments and networking opportunities during the event. The 2018 symposium will be held in Minneapolis, Minn., April 23 – 26. For more information, visit DE TURF Hosts NCAA Men's College Cup FREDERICA, Del. — DE TURF Sports Complex will host the 2017 NCAA Men's College Cup Youth Showcase December 8 – 10. This is the third time the Division I Men's Cup will be held in conjunction with the College Cup Showcase. Elite Tournaments, a Maryland-based event man- agement company, will ► Fun is a risky business—and it demands the experience that K&K Insurance provides. Sports organizations across the U.S. choose K&K for our understanding of the coverage needs that teams and sports facilities require. And when claims occur, our colleagues are here to resolve your claims efficiently and effectively. K&K Insurance Group, Inc. (K&K) is a licensed insurance producer in all states. In Arkansas, K&K operates under license # 240898. In California, K&K operates under the DBA K&K Insurance Agency, Inc., CA License # 0334819. • Camps • Leagues • Facilities • Clinics • Events • Tournaments • Teams

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