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MAY 2018

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May 2018 44 Small Markets...Big On Sports! Sponsored Content our place to play is a click away. In Arkansas, The Natural State, our indoor amenities are just as impressive as our outdoor attrac- tions. State-of-the-art stadiums and arenas are set in urban areas just minutes from lakes, rivers and trails. Accessible and af- fordable, bring your "A" game to Arkansas where we play to win… naturally. Score a home run at the Bentonville Parks and Recreation's Memorial Park Baseball/Softball Complex, which recently received the 2017 National Sports Complex of the Year award from the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA). Close by in Northwest Arkansas you'll also find Rogers Regional Sports Park, Veterans Memorial Park and Tyson Sports Complex in Springdale. The University of Arkansas in Fayette- ville is home to the Arkansas Razorbacks sports program, which includes amazing facilities for golf, basketball, baseball, volleyball, swimming, gymnastic, cross country and tennis. Come tour our bike-friendly communi- ties via the Razorback Regional Greenway or the Arkansas River Trail or ride our five International Mountain Bicycling Associ- ation (IMBA) Epic Trails, and you'll see why Arkansas is becoming known as the "Cycling Hub of the South." Continue the legacy of breathtaking sports moments at the historic War Memo- rial Stadium in Little Rock, which has hosted football, soccer, concerts and other special events for almost 70 years. Experience the new state-of-the-art Jack Stephens Center on the campus of the Uni- versity of Arkansas at Little Rock, home to the UALR sports program and available for other events. Just across the river in North Little Rock, Burns Park Soccer Complex offers 17 premier fields nestled between preserved wetland and miles of pedestrian hiking and biking fields. Martial arts, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, dance and drill are just a few events to hold in one of the largest meeting facilities in southeast Arkansas, the Pine Bluff Convention Center. Surround yourself with sensational scenery, shopping and spas while attending basketball, volleyball or other sporting events at the Bank of the Ozarks Arena in the Hot Springs Convention Center. So, however you plan to play, make Arkansas the destination for unforgettable memories at our award-winning, state-of- the art sporting facilities. n Y Arkansas Plays to Win Brant Collins, Group Travel Manager (501) 682-1219 Tamora Williams, Group Travel Consultant (501) 682-1081 Arkansas Sports estled on the edge of the Ozark Mountains, Springdale is the heart of Northwest Arkansas. Whether traveling for competi- tive or recreational sports, Explore Spring- dale's mission is to provide all visitors with a positive experience. Springdale is home to the Northwest Arkansas Naturals (the Double-A affiliate to the Kansas City Royals), 21 baseball/ softball fields, 30 basketball/volleyball courts, 19 soccer fields, five adult base- ball fields, 19 tennis courts, the region's only indoor ice rink, two indoor/outdoor pools, and a convention center offering 66,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space. For those interested in outdoor recre- ation, Springdale is part of the 37-mile paved Razorback Regional Greenway trail, and the city boasts the more challenging Thunder Chicken off-road mountain bike trail. Springdale's culinary scene includes everything from casual food trucks to fine dining. When teams have a timeout, there's plenty of action off the field. With a quaint Southern charm, quirky arts scene, rich history, diverse culture and picturesque setting, Springdale has something for everyone. Explore Springdale's staff will assist you every step of the way to ensure your trip results in great memories for you and your family. Come explore one of the most popular sports destinations in Arkansas! n N EXPLORE ARKANSAS' TOP SPORTS DESTINATION Aerial Courdin, Creative Director (479) 872-2222 Explore Springdale, Springdale A&P Commission

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