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Managing Sport Facilities and Events-SE

Managing Sport Facilities and Events-SE

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    This custom ebook includes chapters from Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition, and Managing Sport Events, Second Edition. It has been specifically designed for students taking the course Managing Sport Facilities and Events (KIN 5123) at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

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    Custom ebook for students taking the course Managing Sport Facilities and Events (KIN 5123) at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

    Table of Contents

    Understanding the Sport Event Industry
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Facility Management
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition

    Event Conceptualization
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Event Bidding
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Event Budgeting
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Event Sponsorship
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Marketing and Sales
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition

    Event Marketing
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Media Relations and Promotion
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Contract Considerations
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Management Theory
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition

    Human Resources
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition

    Risk Management and Negligence
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Legal Responsibilities
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition

    Developing and Implementing a Security Plan
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition

    Event Staffing
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Event Services and Logistics
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Event Day Management
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Postevent Details and Evaluation
    From Managing Sport Events, Second Edition

    Facility Preparation for an Event
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition

    Postevent Facility Management
    From Managing Sport Facilities, Fourth Edition
     

    About the Author

    Gil B. Fried, JD, is a professor at the University of New Haven in Connecticut. He has taught sport facility management for more than 25 years and has written numerous articles, books, and book chapters on sport facility management issues. Fried speaks throughout the United States on issues such as building and financing facilities and dealing with risk management concerns.

    He was the director of risk management for OR&L Facility Management, which manages several million square feet of space. He has also worked with the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) and developed the curriculum and materials for the IAVM’s Academy for Venue Safety and Security.

    In addition to taking pictures of sport facilities to include in future versions of this text, Fried enjoys playing badminton, farming, being with his wife and kids, and traveling.

    Matthew Kastel is the stadium manager of Oriole Park at Camden Yards (home of the Baltimore Orioles) for the Maryland Stadium Authority. He is a veteran of managing stadium and events and has also worked at the Houston Astrodome, Citizens Bank Park, and the Washington, D.C., Convention Center.

    Kastel sits on the board of directors as president of the Stadium Managers Association as well as the board of visitors for the Bolte School of Business at Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Additionally, he is part of the adjunct faculty at Mt. St. Mary’s and teaches stadium and event management to graduate students.

    T. Christopher Greenwell, PhD, is a professor in the department of health and sport science at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. He has taught event management since 2002 and has published several articles on unique aspects of the service environment at sporting events and how these can be used as an effective marketing tool.

    Greenwell has direct experience as an event manager, having planned and coordinated the event management, promotions, and game operations for all athletic events in an NCAA Division I athletic program. Events under his management set attendance records in men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, and women’s soccer. Greenwell was also an event volunteer for major events such as the Super Bowl, the PGA Championship, the Ryder Cup, NASCAR races, and the World Equestrian Games.

    Greenwell and his wife, Donna, reside in Louisville. In his free time, he enjoys watching mixed martial arts and playing fantasy football.

    Leigh Ann Danzey-Bussell, PhD, is an associate professor of sport management at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville. She has taught event and facility management courses since 2006. In 2008, she was named Outstanding Professor of the Year by Sigma Phi Epsilon, Gamma Chapter, at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

    Danzey-Bussell has over 25 years of experience working in the sport industry in various capacities in NCAA Division I, II, and III programs and NAIA programs as well as in the nonprofit sector. She has served as the executive director of Team Clydesdale International, a nonprofit organization responsible for hosting national and world championships in various events. She also worked as the media relations coordinator for the United States Golf Tour, and she was a sport information director responsible for event management and promotion at the University of Alabama, University of South Alabama, and Northeast Louisiana University. Danzey-Bussell serves as the chair of the North American Society for Sport Management’s Teaching & Learning Fair. A former member of the finance committee for the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, she is currently a member of the Drake Group and the Nashville Sports Council and is a TNPromise mentor.

    Danzey-Bussell has volunteered for local, regional, and national sporting events, including American Heart Association walks, Southeastern Conference gymnastics championships, two NCAA Final Fours (Indianapolis and Atlanta), NCAA swimming and diving championships, the 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament (rounds 1 and 2) in Nashville, the 2018 Music City Bowl, the 2012 Super Bowl in Indianapolis, the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta, the 2019 Southeastern Conference men’s basketball tournament, and the 2019 NFL draft. She also served the University of Alabama as the alumni chapter president for the state of Indiana for 10 years.

    Danzey-Bussell enjoys attending and watching sporting events, sharing movies with her family, and cooking. She and her husband, Timothy, and daughter, Sophie Grace, reside in Nolensville, Tennessee.

    David J. Shonk, PhD, is an associate professor in the School of Hospitality, Sport, and Recreation Management at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, where he conducts research in sport event management and has taught a course in sport facility and event management. Shonk has worked as a meeting and event planner in both professional sports and the nonprofit sector since 2003. During that time he was responsible for planning a range of conferences, tours, and events, including concerts, on-field promotions, and special events such as the Carolina League All-Star Game. He also worked as marketing director of the Salem Professional Baseball Club and director of development at DECA, Inc.

    In 2011, Shonk founded the all-volunteer organization Harrisonburg-Rockingham Sports Commission, where he serves as the executive director. He also currently serves as associate editor for the Sport Management Education Journal.

    Shonk lives in Harrisonburg with his wife, Jennifer, and their children, Ashley and Ryan. He is an active board member with Valley Fellowship of Christian Athletes and enjoys traveling with his family.

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