Originally posted October 20, 2020 and updated November 25 and December 10.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner Compete Sports Diversity, Visit St. Pete/Clearwater, Richmond Region Tourism, MGM Resorts. Live Feisty Media and Talty Bars are partnering to bring you the 2021 Compete Sports Diversity Conference live from your computer on January 23!
“This has been a rough year for our members but we are working through it together and want to give thanks as we move into 2021” said Eric Carlyle, Compete’s CEO.
The Annual Conference brings together sports and community leaders to discuss important sports diversity topics and create action steps to continue to further sports diversity—together.
Compete Sports Diversity has been hosting an annual conference in Las Vegas as part of the Sin City Classic Sports Festival since 2014. Leaders from organizations such as The Federation of Gay Games, National Gay Flag Football League, Gay Polo League, Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Diamondbacks and others attend Compete conferences.
“We are going to miss the opportunity to connect in person this year, but we are really excited to host the conference virtually and work together through 2021 towards next year’s conference” said Carlyle. “We also host our mid-year conference in May and will be announcing that event next month.”
The registration platform launches on December 23 and the conference will be available as a webinar through the end of 2021.
Please visit us online at CompeteNetwork.com or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Compete Sports Diversity
Compete Sports Diversity is the Global Leader in Sports Diversity and has been publishing Compete Magazine, the world’s only LGBTQ+ sports magazine since 2006. The Compete Sports Diversity Council (CSDC) is comprised of over 125 member organizations reaching over 250,000 participating members. The CSDC educates and unites our members to build a more diverse, powerful and prosperous sports community. The CSDC connects recreational and professional sports organizations, connects sports leaders with their peers and with corporate and community partners, including corporate sponsors and travel and tourism providers. The CSDC educates and unites its members through its Sports Diversity Leader (SDL) Designation Program, Member Certification Program, business building conferences as well as consulting, one-on-one mentoring, webinars and virtual courses. Visit CompeteSportsDiversity.com for more information.