The Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA) is pleased to announce it has hired Elise Penhollow as Sports Coordinator.
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The Michigan State versus Michigan rivalry goes back a long way. Back in 1898 when the schools played football for the first time there was a seed planted. Who was the dominant program in the state?
The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau (GLCVB) and the Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA) held its annual meeting on February 22nd, and announced both good news for the local economy and recognized numerous individuals with awards for vision, dedication and loyalty throughout the year.
It’s easy to see how the economy benefits when a large sports event is held in a community. Athletes, family, friends and spectators converge on the host-city with a long list of consumer needs including lodging, restaurants, shopping, entertainment, fuel and on and on.
The Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau (GLCVB) is proud to acknowledge local individuals who assist the GLCVB in securing meetings, conventions or other events for the Greater Lansing region. The name and theme of the special program is: Greater Lansing Community Champions; Hometown Meetings Make Good Cents!
In case you've been hanging out under a rock for the last decade the Greater Lansing community, and the driving force for sports tourism in the area the Greater Lansing Sports Authority, are growing like crazy. Sports events (over 100 a year) and sports-related visitors (hundreds of thousands) are coming to the region every year to play the games they love. Road races, soccer tournaments, baseball, bowling, lacrosse, wrestling, gymnastics - the list goes on and on. Why is this happening? There are a few key reasons.
Everyone knows the GLSA is always offering volunteer opportunities, but those that help with a particular event coming up will get some money in their pocket. This Memorial Day weekend is the USTA Memorial Tennis Tournament at Court One Athletic Club. Event organizers are paying individuals 18-years-old and up for all weekend commitments. All those interested must email Shelly Bugg @ Bugg.email@example.com. Another huge community event with a big need for help is going on May 31st and that is the Hawk Island Triathlon. While not a paid opportunity, this is a great way to support your community, get service hours and just be a part of something special. Contact the Greater Lansing Sports Authority for additional details at 377-1411. As a GLSA volunteer sometimes you'll make money, but you'll ALWAYS make memories and a real difference! Get involved!
October 21, 2015 by Brendan Dwyer
LANSING, Mich. The Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA), a division of the Greater Lansing
September 24, 2015 by Brendan Dwyer
LANSING, Mich.The Greater Lansing Sports Authority (GLSA), along with the Lansing Skating Club and