“The Long Run” – NSGA’s Monthly E-Newsletter
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Association News We’ve Moved! NSGA has relocated its headquarters office to Clearwater, Florida! The move is the result of years of discussion and research. Last year, a process narrowed down our best options, and the City of Clearwater near Tampa Bay has welcomed us with open arms. For more details, read our recent news release.
Association News New Business Manager Joins NSGA NSGA is pleased to welcome Gary Gryncewicz as our new full-time Business Manager. Gryncewicz brings more than 30 years of financial management experience with privately held companies, performing in key leadership roles for the past two decades. “We selected Gary because he has demonstrated capabilities as an organizer,
Association News Media Stories Promote The Games In recent years, NSGA has made a year-round effort to promote the Senior Games Movement to traditional and online media outlets. In the past, we always enjoyed media attention around the National Senior Games, but coverage was slim during the “off year” when a lot of the action
Association News NSGA Visits City Hall On March 13, NSGA CEO Marc T. Riker, right, presented Mayor Tim Keller with an official plaque recognizing Albuquerque as host city for the 2019 National Senior Games presented by Humana. “We are excited that Albuquerque will be the destination for more than 10,000 senior athletes, their families and friends,”
Association News Albuquerque Wows 2018 NSGA Conference Attendees Every year, NSGA hosts an Annual Conference for its Member Games, partners, and vendors. With the 2019 National Senior Games presented by Humana coming to Albuquerque next year, NSGA held the meetings there to give the host city a chance to put its best foot forward to
Association News Transitions: Becky Wesley to Retire after 20 Years of Service The new year is bringing a big change for NSGA as Becky Wesley, our Vice President of Association Relations, will be retiring in March after 20 years of truly distinguished service. Wesley, a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, joined the NSGA staff in
Association News 2017 Games Earn 2nd Sports Industry Award! Last month, we were excited to report that The 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana had won the 2017 SportsTravel Award in the category of “Amateur – Best Multi-Sport or Multi-Discipline Event.” We were proud to top the voting again, having previously won the same
Live Your Healthiest Life Start with Healthy We would like to take a moment to personally thank you for being part of the Senior Games movement. Because of people like you, these incredible events have inspired the world and demonstrated that achievement is limitless for active adults who lead a healthy lifestyle. That’s why we’re
Association News NSGA Mourns Passing of Co-founder Ken Marshall The Senior Games Movement has lost one of its founding pioneers. Ken Marshall, who organized the first National Senior Olympics in 1987 with Harris Frank, passed away on September 16 in St. Louis at the age of 90. A detailed obituary can be read here. The
Community Caring The NSGA hopes and prays that the many people who suffered from the aftermath of the recent hurricanes will have a speedy recovery. We encourage you to do what you feel is appropriate to help communities recover. The individual who gathers and presents the news usually is in the background. Del Moon, NSGA