Entries for 2022

Sports Business Journal: A Proud Partner of Sports ETA

 Posted on: January 19 2022
A proud partner of Sports ETA, Sports Business Journal sits at the epicenter of the sports industry. We help industry elite grow their organizations with award-winning media content, unparalleled networking opportunities, and market-leading data. ADVERTISE SBJ has flexible branded and native advertising kits to drive tourism and sports revenue in your city. Spanning print, digital and audio, we'll work with you and your organization to create a customized advertising package to reach out business goals. Want to do more to reach your ideal customers? Contact us to discuss programs designed in collaboration with Sports ETA or to create your own customized solution. UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES Sports Tourism: April 18 Youth Sports: May 23 SUBSCRIBE Our most comprehensive news subscription, SBJ All Access delivers the latest in sports business with breaking news, original reporting, newsletters, multimedia content and virtual event access. Breaking new...

Sports ETA Announces William Knox to Lead Facilities Program Development

 Posted on: January 5 2022
CINCINNATI (January 5, 2022) – Sports Events & Tourism Association (Sports ETA) has named William Knox to lead Facilities Program Development. He will oversee the Sports Facilities membership and programming, a growing segment of the general membership. Knox earned his bachelor’s degree in Sports Marketing with a minor in Business from Indiana University in 2000. After completing his undergraduate career, he accepted a position as the Director of Sports Marketing with the Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau. Later, he became the Director of the Hoosier Sports Corporation. Knox moved to Hamilton County in 2009 to accept the Director of Sports Development position for Hamilton County Tourism INC, where he also served as the Director of the Hamilton County Sports Authority. Knox went on to become the Director of the Grand Park Sports Campus in Westfield, Indiana where he oversaw the operations, marketing and business development of the 400-acre campus tha...