The National Sports Center is proud of the relationships we've formed with businesses, community groups, governments and the public at large. Without input and help from these groups, we would not be successful with our programs and events. Here is a brief description of the various communities found at the National Sports Center. We invite you to join us.
With the large number of visitors that come to the NSC for events it only makes sense that we have a storng relationship with various hotels in the area. We've worked hard with these groups to make visiting the North Metro area affordable and practical.
The NSC is committed to providing superior customer service and creating lasted relationships with our constituents. As part of this effort, we've created our blog to encourage communication and feedback from our customers.
The latest offering from the National Sports Center, NSCtv is our online video journal that offers a behind-the-scenes look at the events, programs, athletes and people of the facility.
The National Sports Center publishes a variety of e-newsletters with news about the various sport and events on campus.
Selected NSC soccer, hockey, and cycling events will be webcast throughout the year. This unique offering in the amateur sports world allows those unable to attend the tournament the opportunity to watch their children, grandchildren, relatives or friends participate in NSC events.
Without the army of volunteers that donate their time, our tournaments and events would not function. We are grateful that such a large, dedicated group give their time and effort towards our activities with nothing more in return than maybe a t-shirt.
Simply put, without this group, we couldn't hold our events! This thankless job is such an important part of our endeavors and we continue to cultivate an environement where referees in a number of sports can learn, grow and gain experience.
The help and support we receive from our sponsors help us achieve our goals for first-class events at firs-class facilities. We have lots of diverse ways that companies can become involved with our complex.
We have relationships with various organizations that help and support our endeavors. They provide a backbone to many events and programs.
For our Board of Directors, please use this link to access the Board Portal for communications and updates.
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