Sportaccord Convention 2017
Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance (CSTA) – Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance, in partnership with Destination Canada and CBC Sports, will once again lead a TEAM Canada delegation to Sportaccord Convention 2017, scheduled for April 2-7 in Aarhus, Denmark.
Sportaccord is a 5-day gathering of over 2,000 leading representatives from international sport. The annual convention is held in a different country each year and includes the Congress and General Assemblies of over 100 international sports federations. The conference provides an opportunity for Team Canada partners to promote their destinations as hosts for future international sport events through a variety of networking, hospitality and business-to-business initiatives. For additional information about the event, please visit the website at www.sportaccordconvention.com
A conference call of CSTA members interested in participating as part of the TEAM Canada delegation in Denmark will be held on Thursday, November 3rd at 1:00 pm ET. If you are interested, please send an email with “Sportaccord 2017” in the subject field to email@example.com. Connection details will be forwarded to you in advance of the call.
If you are not the person in your organization responsible for this area, please forward to the appropriate individual.
For further information, please contact Rick Traer, CEO, at (613) 688-5843.
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About the Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance (CSTA)
The Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance is a non-governmental, member-based, capacity building organization that promotes sport tourism as a grassroots economic development initiative at the community level. The CSTA services over 500 members across Canada, including 150 municipalities, 300 national and provincial sport, multi-sport and major games organizations and a variety of other sport and tourism industry partners. Sport tourism is the fastest growing segment of the tourism industry in Canada with approximately $5.2 billion in annual spending by domestic and international visitors.