Facility Management

Sport Facility Management: Organizing Events and Mitigating Risks eBook

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The new edition of FiT’s popular Sport Management Library title is an ideal text for students in sport facility and event management courses as well as an invaluable reference for managers and industry professionals. The updates to the third edition include an expanded discussion of naming rights and privatization and a comprehensive event manual. The third edition also features a new chapter entitled Booking and Scheduling.

Sport Facility Management: Organizing Events and Mitigating Risks

The new edition of FiT’s popular Sport Management Library title is an ideal text for students in sport facility and event management courses as well as an invaluable reference for managers and industry professionals. The updates to the third edition include an expanded discussion of naming rights and privatization and a comprehensive event manual. The third edition also features a new chapter entitled Booking and Scheduling.

Summer Sports Camps 101: A Guidebook for Development and Operation

Summer Sports Camps 101 is a comprehensive guide for creating and operating a summer sports camp. New or seasoned coaches, sports industry practitioners, and camp administrators in youth and college-level sports will benefit from author Richard Leonard’s extensive experience in planning and managing successful sports camps. This guidebook streamlines the process of conceptualizing, developing, operating, and concluding the summer sports camp season for camp administrators and coaches.

Mark S. Nagel

Mark S. Nagel, EdD, is a professor in the Department of Sport and Entertainment Management at the University of South Carolina. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member at the IE Business School in Madrid, Spain, the University of San Francisco, and St. Mary’s College of California. Nagel is the associate director of the College Sport Research Institute and has previously served as the treasurer of the North American Society for Sport Management and the Sport and Recreation Law Association.

Richard M. Southall

Dr. Richard M. Southall is a Professor in the Department of Sport and Entertainment Management at University of South Carolina. He is also director of the College Sport Research Institute (CSRI) at the University of South Carolina. CSRI sponsors the annual CSRI Conference on College Sport and the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics.

Robert (Robin) E. Ammon

Robert (Robin) E. Ammon Jr,  graduated with an EdD in Sport Administration from the University of Northern Colorado. His areas of research include: crowd management, legal liabilities in sport, risk management in sport and athletics, and premises liability. Currently he is an associate professor and Chair of the Kinesiology and Sport Management Division at the University of South Dakota. Dr. Ammon has written extensively with over 25 articles in refereed journals, 17 chapters in sport management books, and five textbooks.

Nancy L. Lough

Nancy L. Lough, PhD, is a professor in UNLV’s College of Education where she also serves as director of marketing. Her areas of expertise include sport marketing and sponsorship, development of women leaders, and gender equity and Title IX in sport.