Make plans now to attend the United States Indoor Sports Association’s 13th Annual Facility Operators Conference & Trade Show--May 14-16 (Tuesday-Thursday), Las Vegas, NV. Now through February 15th is the time for exhibitors to take advantage of "Early Bird" registration savings. REGISTER HERE! or visit EVENT PROSPECTUS.
2013 marks the Conference's third time in Las Vegas. Last year’s event in Indianapolis enjoyed its highest attendance ever among facility operators and triple the number of startups from 2011 in Orlando, demonstrating the growing importance of our Association to communities throughout North America.
Combining exhibitors and the industry's primary decision-makers, the 13th Annual USIndoor/CISA Conference is the one “go-to” event of the year in the indoor recreational sports market. Don’t get left out! Booth space is limited and is filling fast.
For general Conference information, or to take advantage of early registration rates, visit "Go All In” in Vegas 2013!
Direct Dial: 608-363-0873
Founded in 1998, USIndoor is a member organization of 400 sport facilities, startups and corporate members. In 2011, USIndoor introduced the Canadian Indoor Sports Association. Together, the organizations offers a range of products and services that support multi-sport indoor recreational sport facilities. Corporate affiliates provide products and services including insurance, building construction, flooring, dasher boards, apparel, management software, background checks, ATMs, office supplies, consulting and a variety of programming. In addition, USIndoor promulgates Official Rules of Indoor Soccer, certifies indoor soccer referees, publishes two national magazines (GO Indoor and GOAL Online), provides numerous members-only services, hosts an annual Facility Operators' Conference & Tradeshow, offers a professional certification for arena operators, administers a vital social media presence, and provides online news and information at USIndoor.com. The Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association has estimated that the US indoor soccer market consists of over 5 million youth and adult players.