SFM Network is just one part of the Sports Facilities Management (SFM). Alongside our sister company, the Sports Facilities Advisory, we’ve worked in over 2,000 communities around the world. SFA specializes in planning and funding services for new and emerging projects and has been an industry leader since its founding in 2003.
Together, SFA and SFM are the leading authorities in youth and amateur sports. SFA & SFM are a founding member of the Aspen Institute’s Project Play initiative alongside major brands like the NHL, MLB, Target, Dick’s, US Olympic Committee and more. We are also the only strategic partner to the International City and County Manager’s Association.
SFM exists to improve the health and economic vitality of the communities we serve. This includes our sports tourism facilities as well as our parks and recreation facilities, event centers, and aquatic centers. In 2018, we launched the SFM Access program, an initiative to provide increased access to sport to children through partnerships with local businesses.
City officials, community leaders, and private developers alike trust SFM’s reputation for delivering economic and social impact results through our professional management services. SFM is also selected during development for our design consulting, FF&E procurement, RFP management, and pre-opening business and operational development.
To learn more about SFA and SFM’s full suite of services, please visit sportadvisory.com
Caitlyn is from South New Jersey and came to the Tampa Bay Area in 2013. Her background is a versatile combination of hospitality, education, medical, and retail experience. She began her path in HR almost 4 years ago with a focus on recruitment in various industries. Caitlyn is a people person who loves connecting and helping others.
She enjoys the long summers of Florida in the outdoors gardening at home and hanging out at the beach.
Sports Facilities Management assessed all aspects of Elizabethtown’s (KY) existing sports and recreation assets, particularly the E-Town Sports Park and made recommendations of best practices for driving economic impact through events, tournaments, and recreation programming.