CrossVegas Promoter Named “50+ Planners & Places to Watch in 2010”

Posted on 04. Mar, 2010 by in releases

Brook Watts of Longmont Colorado, was among the honorees of SportsEvents Magazine’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards.

The special feature, “50+ Planners & Places to Watch in 2010,” included in the January 2010 issue of SportsEvents Magazine spotlights industry professionals from across the country including Watts, promoter of CrossVegas.

CrossVegas 2009 women's podium: Winner Katie Comptn (Planet Bike), 2nd Katerina Nash (Luna), 3rd Georgia Gould (Luna) and podium dudes

CrossVegas 2009 women's podium: Winner Katie Comptn (Planet Bike), 2nd Katerina Nash (Luna), 3rd Georgia Gould (Luna) and podium dudes

The industry professionals profiled in SportsEvents Magazine’s “50+ Planners & Places to Watch in 2010” were nominated by readers of the magazine and by their industry peers.

“When we put the call out to readers to nominate sports planners and sports-friendly destinations and venues for SportsEvents Magazine’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards, we asked them to recommend only the best,” said J. Talty O’Connor, publisher of SportsEvents Magazine. “We believe our select group of planners, destination marketing organizations, and fields and facilities not only meet but exceed the high demands of producing successful sports events today.”

Watts commented, “It’s a pleasure to be recognized for what has always been a labor of love. I’m overjoyed that a cycling event has been selected since it shows how our niche sport has moved more into the mainstream.”

To read the special feature, “50+ Planners & Places to Watch in 2010,” and learn about the 2010 honorees of SportsEvents Magazine’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards, visit www.sportseventsmagazine.com.

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2 Responses to “CrossVegas Promoter Named “50+ Planners & Places to Watch in 2010””

  1. Hellyer

    04. Mar, 2010

    Is Brook the one with the shaved chest in gold shorts?

  2. Brook

    04. Mar, 2010

    That’s me, you recognized the body of a 53 year old! I had to quit riding in the gold shorts–the chaffing was terrible ;-)