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National Senior Games Announces a New Hire

BATON ROUGE, LA (April 12, 2012) – The National Senior Games Association (NSGA), producers of the largest multi-sport event in the world for adults 50 and over, is announcing the hire of the Director of Digital Services.

Director of Digital Services – Jay B. Hall. Jay was the Registration Manager for the 2011 National Senior Games presented by Humana in Houston, Texas. He has a Bachelors degree in Business Management and will finish his Masters in Sports Management by December of this year from Louisiana State University. His experience with NSGA’s online registration and results system will be a tremendous asset. He brings sports administrative experience to our team. He has been an athlete and a coach, and has worked in intercollegiate athletic facilities. His experience includes field of play as well as accreditation administration, and web design.

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The National Senior Games Association is a non-profit member of the United States Olympic Committee dedicated to motivating senior men and women to lead a healthy lifestyle through the senior games movement.

The organization governs the Summer National Senior Games, the largest multi-sport event in the world for seniors, and other national senior athletic events. It is an umbrella for member state organizations across the United States that host State Senior Games or Senior Olympics. The NSGA supports and sanctions these member state organizations so that adults can participate in their state in events year-round.  www.nsga.com.

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