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AVP and USA Volleyball Launch Strategic Partnership (SportsTravel) The alliance between the professional beach volleyball organization and the national governing body will see the organizations collaborate on events, marketing, coaching and officials’ education, and more. It will also create new partnerships and sponsorship opportunities across the professional tour, as well as AVP America’s and USA Volleyball’s Beach Tour’s grass-roots efforts. The deal will also create a unified ranking system and coordinated event calendar.

Athletes Unlimited Volleyball 2022 Season Going to Dallas (SportsTravel) Athletes Unlimited will hold its second women’s volleyball season starting March 16 at the Fair Park Coliseum in Dallas with fans in attendance for the first time after the inaugural season was held without fans because of the pandemic.

USA Volleyball Selects Tulsa to Host 2022 All-Star Championship (SportsTravel) USA Volleyball has selected Tulsa, Oklahoma, to host the 2022 USA Volleyball All-Star Championship from July 19–23 at the Cox Business Convention Center, with about 100 all-star teams from regions across the country expected to compete.

Florida Complex Designated as a Beach ParaVolley Development Center (SportsTravel) The Florida Region of USA Volleyball has announced that Hickory Point Beach in Tavares, Florida, has been approved to become the first Beach ParaVolley Development Center in the world, after a designation by World ParaVolley.

England Netball and Vitality renew broad title partnership (SportsPro Insider) England Netball, the game’s national governing body, and Vitality have extended their broad long-term partnership, which sees the insurance brand continue as title partner for the national team for a further two years.
While no figures have been reported for the deal, England Netball’s recent annual report revealed that it had brought in UK£1.2 million (US$1.6 million) in commercial revenue. The governing body also has significant deals with Sky Sports, Nike, Jaffa, Red Bull and Gilbert.

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