In October, 2014 the Dallas Sports Commission transitioned from the sports marketing department of the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau. Monica Paul was named Executive Director, becoming one of only four women in the country to lead a large-market sports commission. The DSC provides rights holders with first-rate event operations and services as needed for their events.
More than 50 future events resulting in greater than $428 million in economic impact are on the schedule for the Dallas Sports Commission, including NCAA Women's Basketball Regionals, WrestleMania 32 and the inaugural Elite Rodeo Association World Championship in 2016, the 2017 NCAA Women's Final Four and the 2018 NCAA Men's Basketball 1st & 2nd Rounds. National Championships in weightlifting, fencing, volleyball, boxing and cheerleading are also coming to Dallas.
The Dallas Sports Commission is a non-profit organization whose mission is to attract, retain and support sports and entertainment events that will position Dallas as the premier sports destination and have a positive impact on the economy and quality of life of Dallas residents.
To provide event organizers of amateur, collegiate, Olympic or professional sporting events or meetings with a one stop shop. With just one call the Dallas Sports Commission Team will assist and facilitate all the necessary steps in planning a fantastic event in Dallas or the surrounding area. With their connections through various sports and tourism committees they will help you find your ideal location, nearby hotels and any service provider you need.
The Dallas Sports Commission logo is a symbol of accomplishment - of the hard work and teamwork that turns players into champions. Of the passion and pride that makes Dallas a city where big wins happen. Its design is inspired by championship banners, which are representations of the triumph of victory.
The "D" itself is derived from the DCVB's logo, and takes visual cues from collegiate letterman jackets. Finally, the stitching on the outside border of the banner adds an additional element of dimension to the icon. When working together, each piece of the logo is intended to invoke a feeling of pride and leave behind this city's legacy in the realm of sports.
"The dedication of the Dallas Sports Commission is the underlying reason why we continue to select Dallas to host the Mizuno Lone Star Classic National Qualifier over two weekends at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. " Glen Lietzke Executive Director Mizuno Lone Star Classic
You're in the right place to bring your event to Dallas! Our sports team is here to help make your event a home run!
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