Lemak Health, the central Alabama based group of sports medicine physicians and orthopedic surgeons, has made a powerful investment in Hoover’s youth through their sponsorship with The Hoover Met Complex. The tournament and local recreation facility, operated by The Sports Facilities Management (SFM), will utilize a portion of Lemak Health’s sponsorship dollars to create over 3000 hours of free and reduced play for underprivileged local children through the SFM Access program.
The Sports Facilities Advisory (SFA) announced, today, that it is stepping into the center of new facility financing. With a new suite of finance support services, the 15-year youth sports facility planning company, is now poised to support hundreds of millions in developments in a wide variety of communities throughout the U.S.
The Sports Facilities Management (SFM) has recently announced the latest addition to their national network of successful entertainment, sports and events facilities. Opening in fall of 2019, Apex Sports & Events (APEX) will operate as a premiere sport, entertainment and tournament destination located in the city of Hillsborough, New Jersey.
ASHEVILLE — A proposed $26 million indoor sports complex on the one-time site of a Swannanoa blanket manufacturer could spur development and drive tens of thousands of visitors to eastern Buncombe County, a study shows.
Following a nation-wide search for a management firm, Elizabethtown Sports Park has selected Sports Facilities Management (SFM) to lead park operations in 2019 and beyond. Since opening to much anticipation in 2012, Elizabethtown Sports Park has been an important sports asset for tourism in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
In the 2018 fiscal year, The Hoover Met Complex out-performed both projected economic impact numbers and budget allocations. The state-of-the-art facility, managed by Sports Facilities Management, created $14.86 million in total economic impact from out of town visitor spending and local events.
Following a formal procurement process that began in May 2018, The Village of Bedford Park, IL has selected Sports Facilities Management (SFM) to manage and operate their new sports tourism-focused facility in 2020 and beyond. SFM joins the team with Village leaders and Hunden Strategic Partners who have been in partnership for the development of Bedford Park near Chicago’s Midway Airport for several years.
The outdoor complex, opening spring of 2019, is expected to be one of the most exciting outdoor sports parks in the country.
The firms have joined forces to open a multi-purpose sports complex, summer of 2019. The facility is expected to be one of the most unique, state-of-the-art outdoor and indoor sports campuses on the eastern seaboard.
Fox Cities Champion Center, one of the newest, premium sports tourism venues in the nation, has hired a General Manager, Ken Weinaug (pronounced Wy-nog). Weinaug will work for Sports Facilities Management, the sports tourism and recreation management firm headquartered in Clearwater, FL, that will manage the Champion Center.
One of the Midwest’s most anticipated indoor sports tournament facilities, managed by the Sports Facilities Management (SFM), has announced Community First Credit Union as the naming rights partner of the new sports center. Opening fall of 2019, this elite sports tourism facility serving Wisconsin and beyond has officially been named the Community First Champion Center, Fox Cities.