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Register NOW for Sport Tourism Workshop in Orangeville, Ontario!

The Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance (CSTA) in conjunction with the Town of Orangeville, Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association, and the Ontario Trillium Foundation will conduct a one-day sport tourism workshop on Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Hosted at the Best Western PLUS Orangeville Inn & Suites, the CSTA will bring sport event, tourism and economic development experts together with community officials to share knowledge and experiences and to provide training on the CSTA’s leading edge industry tools. Sport tourism is the fastest growing grassroots economic development initiative in Canada today, with approximately $3.6 billion in annual domestic spending.
This interactive workshop is designed to build capacity at the local level and help communities become more actively involved in the sport tourism industry, including how to maximize revenue associated with bidding, hosting and managing sporting events!


Where: Best Western PLUS Orangeville Inn & Suites, 7 Buena Vista Drive, Orangeville, ON L9W 0A2
9:30 am | Onsite Registration & Refreshments
10 am | Welcome and intro to CSTA and Sport Tourism – Rick Traer, CEO, CSTA
11 am | Building a Local Sport Tourism Strategy – Blair McIntosh, CEO, Sport Alliance of Ontario
12 pm | Lunch
12:45 pm | Building a Winning Bid – Bob O’Doherty, Senior Vice-President, Sport and Venues, Toronto 2015 Pan / Para Pan Am Games
1:45 pm | Bid Evaluation Model & Business Plan Template – Cheryl Finn, Manager, Sport Tourism, Tourism London
3 pm | Break
3:15 pm | STEAM/STEAM PRO – Tony Fisher, Director of Research, CSTA
4:15 pm | Closing Remarks & Wrap-Up – Rick Traer, CEO, CSTA

Cost: $40 + tax per registrant. All fees include lunch, refreshments and workshop materials.

Spaces are limited …. Please reserve your spot before April 21, 2014 to avoid disappointment.

About the Presenters:

Rick Traer, CSTA’s CEO joined the CSTA in November 2000 when the CSTA was founded. He moved over to the CSTA from the Marketing and Sponsorship Division of the National Capital Commission (NCC) in Ottawa where he managed a portfolio of blue chip corporate clients. Prior to his involvement with the NCC, Mr. Traer spent approximately 15 years in the national and provincial sport systems, including nine years as Executive Director of Basketball Canada (1989 -1997).

Tony Fisher, CSTA’s Director of Research will conduct a session on STEAM (Sport Tourism Economic Assessment Model). STEAM is a web-based tool designed to predict the economic impact of hosting an event in a specific community in Ontario. Event hosts can use data generated through the STEAM tool to help garner more bids for events, develop more financial support from municipalities and establish a strong business case related to the viability of the event.

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