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NASC Features WTHA in Webinar

The National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) Feature World Table Hockey Association (WTHA) in Nation-wide Webinar

WASHINGTON, D.C. (For Immediate Release)

Contact: Media Relations, The World Table Hockey Association, Inc., 1-855-500-WTHA (9842)

The World Table Hockey Association announces that on Thursday, October 17, from 2-3 pm EDT, Gregory Scoma will be the featured panelist during the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) webinar moderated by Michelle Wessells, Meetings and Events Coordinator, NASC.

The audience will include sport tourism leaders representing 50+ towns’ and cities’ across the USA.

The topic will be a “Walk-Through of the World Table Hockey Association’s Inaugural Festival, Exhibition, and Championships (FEC)”.

The NASC says, “Share information about your organization, your sport and your events with 50+ cities interested in learning more about what it takes [and what you look for] to host one of your events”.  

“Webinars are a wonderful way to lay the foundation for future discussions with cities who are qualified to host your events.”

In its marketing of this webinar event, the NASC wrote:

Join Gregory Scoma, President of the World Table Hockey Association on Thursday, October 18 as he discusses what it takes to land their event. The WTHA seeks a partner to contract with and host its FEC for three years, beginning in the 2019-20 season, which runs essentially from October to April.

During this webinar, the president of the WTHA, will present the event and answer your questions.

Table hockey is the reduction of ice hockey, and is similar in that regard to table tennis “ping-pong” and table soccer “foosball”. The game and sport of table hockey have a long history, however, the table hockey industry and community never coalesced to promote the sport…until now.

Unlike most sports, table hockey can be mixed play. In other words, players can play each other regardless of gender, age, and most physical challenges. Let’s bring the enjoyment and fun of table hockey to your community!

Member Note:  There will be time at the end of the presentation for questions. If you are unable to join us on the 18th, remember, you can download the webinar recording from our Webinar Archives page at www.SportsCommissions.org.

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About the National Association of Sports Commissions

As the only trade association for the sports events and tourism industry, the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) is the most trusted resource for sports commissions, destination marketing organizations (DMOs), and sports event owners. The NASC is committed to the success of more than 700 member organizations and 2,000 sports event professionals. Our promise is to deliver quality education, ample networking opportunities and exceptional event management and marketing know-how to our members – sports destinations, sports event owners, and suppliers to the industry – and to protect the integrity of the sports event industry.  For more information, visit www.sportscommissions.org.

About the World Table Hockey Association
As the only bona fide non-profit US IRS 501(c) (3) association for table hockey in the United States, and non-profit in Canada, the World Table Hockey Association (WTHA) mission is to educate, preserve, develop and promote table hockey worldwide…one person, one community, one nation at a time!  Our near-term vision is to be recognized as a competitive sport by the sporting community and eventually, a sport recognized by the National and International Olympic Committees.  The WTHA serves as
the nexus point where collectors, casual fans, competitive players, league organizers, and table hockey industry leaders can come together to enjoy and promote the sport and development of a sustainable eco-system for table hockey’s future growth and health. For more information, visit https://WTHA.com.

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