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Tapping the leisure market for college and university sports programs: a strategic planning survey


, : Tapping the leisure market for college and university sports programs: a strategic planning survey. Journal of Hospitality and Leisure Marketing 6(3): 59-70

A survey of 351 US college and university sports programme administrators was conducted to examine their use of strategic planning as an administrative tool to improve their departments' effectiveness. 168 programmes responded. Half the programmes were developing long range plans, while 70% indicated their intentions to do so.


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