Sports ETA announces the rescheduling of its three spring events to fall dates

 Posted on: February 16 2021
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CINCINNATI (February 16, 2021) Sports ETA, the trade association for the sports events and tourism industry, announced today the rescheduling of its three spring events: Women’s Summit, Facilities Summit, and the Annual Symposium.
The Annual Symposium will take place in Birmingham, Alabama from October 25-29, 2021. The Women’s Summit and Facilities Summit will be delivered as live events in Birmingham, adjacent to the Annual Symposium. Schedule, details, and registration information will be forthcoming.
“By co-hosting these three annual events, we can continue to deliver networking opportunities and educational programming for our membership while being sensitive to travel and budget expenses,” said Al Kidd, President & CEO of Sports ETA.
Members who are registered for the Symposium in April will automatically be transferred to October. If you are not yet registered for the Symposium, new registration links for October will open in the coming weeks.
Hotel Reservations
Members who have already reserved a room through the Sports ETA preferred hotels platform, EventConnect, your reservation will be automatically canceled for the April dates with no penalty and a full refund of the service fee. A new hotel reservation link for October will be available soon.

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About Sports ETA
As the only trade association for the sports events and tourism industry, Sports ETA is the most trusted resource for sports commissions, destination marketing organizations (DMOs), and sports event owners. Sports ETA is committed to the success of more than 850 member organizations and 2,400 sports event tourism professionals. Our promise is to deliver quality education, ample networking opportunities and exceptional event management and marketing know-how to our members, and to protect the integrity of the sports events and tourism industry.  For more information, visit


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