Hoover’s Met Complex was projected to bring in about fourteen-million dollars in economic impact for the first eight months of this year – it more than doubled that, at thirty-one million.
The Hoover Met Complex, managed by The Sports Facilities Management (SFM), recently hosted the largest crowd to date at the 2019 SEC Baseball Tournament. More than 160,000 people attended the tournament in Hoover, AL which produced an estimated $15 million in economic impact.
The National Association of Sports Commissions recently announced the appointment of J.D. Wood, General Manager of the Sports Facilities Management (SFM) managed facility, Panama City Beach Sports Complex
The Sports Facilities Management (SFM), operator of many of the nation’s premier sports tourism and community recreation facilities, has promoted Rocky Top Sports World General Manager, Lori Moore to National Account Executive.
SFM has promoted Myrtle Beach Sports Center General Manager, Jessica Vanco, to National Account Executive. Vanco joined SFM prior to the Sports Center opening in 2015, Under Vanco’s leadership, the Myrtle Beach Sports Center has outperformed economic impact and net revenue projections each year.
If a child is interested in playing baseball, the pricier club and travel teams may be one of the few options, said Dev Pathik, founder and chief executive of the Sports Facility Advisory, a sports and entertainment center management consultant company.
Sports Facilities Management Partner and US Indoor Advisory Board Member, Eric Sullivan to present at the 19th Annual Conference
SFM Leaders presented at a well-attended session at the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) Symposium in Knoxville, Tennessee