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Our Team is Here for You

GGSA & Gainesville CBV for the assist

The Greater Gainesville Sports Alliance is a team of sports, hospitality, civic, and industry leaders in our community who are ready to make your event a success. Meet the team who makes it happen.

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Robyn Lynch
Tourism Director 770-297-5499
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Regina Dyer
CVB Manager 770-531-2664
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James Watson
Lake Lanier Olympic Park Facilities and Watersports Manager 855-536-1996

The Greater Gainesville Sports Alliance (GGSA) and the Gainesville Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) are here to assist with your planning needs. We are at the top of our game to ensure your event is a complete success for athletes, teams, spectators and you!
 

  • Find and book the perfect facility for your event
  • Negotiate room rates for area hotels
  • Assist with bid proposals and presentations
  • Promotional and marketing efforts
  • Provide visitor, restaurant and hospitality guides for participants and spectators
  • VIP welcome amenities for coaches and officials
  • Funding assistance * per funding assistance guidelines
  • GGSA & Gainesville CVB for the assist!

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The UNG - University of North Georgia &ndGainesville Georgia GovernmentGeGreater Gainesville Sports Alliancele Sports Alliance and Gainesville Convention and Visitors Bureau – hosted the Chattahoochee Golf Club Chattahoochee Golf Club.

Giving it their all on the green were eight individual players and 18 teams representing 26 different schools across the United States. In addition, the following countries were also represented: Argentina, Austria, Canada, Columbia, England, France, Germany, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Paraguay, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and Thailand.

The event brought in an estimated $681,000 in overall economic impact to Gainesville.
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This was such a wonderful event. Everyone was so nice, and it was incredibly well organized.

I will always remember the hospitality of Chattahoochee Golf Club and the Gainsville Community. What an outstanding event!

You hosted a fabulous tournament! Thank you!

Mike Hubbard

6 days ago
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