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Event Hosting: American Consumer Shows

American Consumer Shows is the largest producer of home shows in the United States, often seeking USIndoor member facilities as hosts. Besides rental income, these events generate a tremendous amount of foot traffic, which can ultimately boost business for other programs. ACS has held successful shows at members, including Sportsplex of Halfmoon (NY), SMG Sportsplex at Warminster (PA) and Total Turf Experience (NJ). Contact Maria Palumbo at 516-422-8125 or maria.palumbo@acshomeshow.com for information
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Online at USIndoor — In Case You Missed It ...
  • High Velocity Sports (Mich.) is constructing a dome for a full-size 11v11 soccer field.

  • The Oklahoma City Indian Clinic, held at OKC Indoor Soccer Arenas (Okla.), was featured by local news for promoting healthy living in American Indian children.

  • The Sports Facilities Advisory (industry consultant) unveiled a new logo and released a new website design to better serve customers on computers and mobile devices.
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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6 Key Traits Leaders Need to Manage Through a Crisis
By Betty Boyd
Does there always seem to be a crisis in your organization? When there is, do your leaders have a duck-and-run mentality? A leader must be able to make decisions, and how leaders work through trouble is crucial for the success of any organization. As President John F. Kennedy once stated, "There are risks and costs to a program of action, but they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable inaction." Here are six key traits that are necessary for the management of crisis situations.
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5 Tools for Developing Your Business Network
Forbes
Developing your business network is essential in growing your company. However, 21st Century technology has changed the way we all network. Instead of cold calling or sending out unsolicited email, we're seeking out connections on social media and referrals to help build our networks – and ultimately business. In other words, networking is more than just throwing your name out there like in days past; it's about creating meaningful relationships in your industry and proving that you're a trusted resource.
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USIndoor Calendar
Mid-November Fall issue of GO Indoor published
December 31 2014 USIndoor referee badges expire; contact USIndoor to set up a certification clinic for 2015.
January 1, 2015 Automatic membership renewals begin processing; make sure contact and payment information is up to date. Renewal links can be found at USIndoor.com's membership page.
May 12-14, 2015 15th Annual Conference and Trade Show, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

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3 Signs You're Sacrificing Happiness for the Sake of Your Business (and How to Fix it)
Under 30 CEO
In a digital world that never sleeps, it can be difficult for business owners to strike a balance between success and happiness. As soon as you set your mind to one task, five more appear. If one gets overlooked, 10 other balls drop. You probably feel like it's a zero-sum game. You either keep your business moving forward or you take time for yourself and allow your business to suffer. If you're like most entrepreneurs, you start to put your business first and yourself second.
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Do You Make This Common Hiring Mistake?
By Mel Kleiman
Most interviewers consider the interview to be a simple, one-step process that leads directly to the hire/don't hire decision. This misperception is largely the reason why a Michigan State University study found: "The interview, when used alone, is on average only about 8 percent more effective than flipping a coin." In order to make better hiring decisions, the interview needs to be processed in two distinct steps. The first is to gather information. The second is to evaluate the information. Most of the time, however, interviewers combine these two processes into one.
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