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"Think USIndoor First"

NEW! USIndoor introduces the "Think USIndoor First" campaign to remind members to consider USIndoor and its more than 40 providers as the first step in satisfying any business need, regardless of the scale and scope of project, product, service or program. Besides demonstrating our gratitude for USIndoor "Corporate" Members' special interest in our industry, you can benefit through many of their discounts and incentives.

To help familiarize you with USIndoor's many advantages, our E-Insider will feature a different program in each upcoming issue. Remember most, when making decisions on programs, products and services for you facility, "Think USIndoor First." Questions? Contact USIndoor at pr@usindoor.com.
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USIndoor Tournament Series
Sanctioning your indoor soccer tournaments can draw local and regional interest to your events, while benefiting from USIndoor's minimum standards and attraction for sponsors. What further sets USIndoor’s sanctioned events apart is their timing is totally up to the host facility, and there are no national team or player fees! Past hosts include Premier Soccer Center (St. Gabriel, Louisiana), Las Vegas Indoor Soccer (Nevada), Syracuse Indoor Sports Center (Liverpool, New York) and High Velocity Sports (Canton, Michigan). Members unsure about sanctioning are still encouraged to post their tournaments In USIndoor’s national Tournament Calendar. For more information or to apply, visit USIndoor Tournament Series.
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Online at USIndoor — In Case You Missed It ...
  • Spooky Nook Sports (Pennsylvania) announced an expansion that will include a hotel and restaurant.
  • New facility Caviness Sportsplex (Texas) opened in Hereford, Texas. Caviness is managed by Kids Inc.
  • Pinnacle Indoor Sports (industry consultant) expanded into Canada with a new office in Toronto.
Have you been featured in local news or have an event you'd like to promote? Get featured on Facebook, USIndoor.com, GO Indoor and GOAL Online. Contact michael@usindoor.com!

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Can You Really Afford Mediocre Employees?
By Mel Kleiman
Hundreds of research studies have quantified the difference between an "A player" versus a "C player." Every one of them concludes that the difference in productivity and the impact on the bottom line is anywhere from 20 percent to over 1,000 percent greater return when you compare the best, most productive employees to those who are "average." While I've never met anyone who disagrees with this data, most managers and organizations continue to keep C players on the payroll.
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2 Principles That Will Change the Life of Your Business
Entrepreneur
Going into business for yourself requires more courage than many people have, especially in today's economy. However, the courage necessary to succeed in such a combative environment is there for the taking, it simply needs to be picked up by individuals who have a "failure is not an option" driven mindset.
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6 Tips for Increasing Word-of-Mouth Referrals
Business Insider
Especially when starting out, word-of-mouth referrals are the most effective way to grow your business. A great product or service is clearly the number one thing you can have to spur word-of-mouth growth.
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Why You Have To Use Social Media
By Catherine Iste
As a teenager, I frequently used the "but everyone else is doing it" argument to try to secure permission for anything from attending a Guns N' Roses concert to staying out all night after prom. It did not usually work with my parents, but I am happy to say after all of these years, I have found a clear case where this excuse works: social media. Yes, the main reason you have to use social media is because everyone is using social media. Use it and make sure your professional message is out there and accurate.
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