SportsTurf and STMA Announce Rebrand of Official Publication
SportsTurf magazine, in conjunction with the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA), announced a rebrand of the association’s official publication to SportsField Management.
The official unveiling of the new brand and logo was made at the 2020 STMA Conference & Exhibition, January 15, in West Palm Beach, Fla.
As the official publication of STMA, the change to the SportsField Management name better aligns with STMA’s emphasis on the sports field manager, as well as STMA’s other initiatives such as The Institute of SportsField Management, STMA’s industry hub promoting field safety and the sports field profession at large.
In addition to the name change to SportsField Management, the publication also unveiled a redesigned look and feel to present a cleaner, more professional approach while also embracing the visually stunning aspects of the sports field management industry.
“The layout and font choices were developed to provide a more contemporary presentation overall with a focus on academic, scientific and business content that is delivered in a human and approachable way,” said Phil Tippin, associate art director at EPG Media and Specialty Information, publisher of SportsField Management.The rebranded/redesigned publication will launch with the February 2020 issue.
About SportsField Management
SportsField Management, formerly SportsTurf magazine, is the official publication of the Sports Turf Managers Association. Published monthly, SportsField Management provides the latest industry trends, turf-related research, maintenance practices, advice, equipment and services updates, as well as interviews with sports field management personalities. SportsField Management is published by EPG Media and Specialty Information, Plymouth, Minn.
STMA is the non-profit, professional association for men and women who manage sports fields worldwide. Since 1981, it has provided education, information and practical knowledge in the art and science of sports field management. More than 2,700 members across 32 local chapters oversee facilities at schools, colleges and universities, parks andrecreational facilities, and professional sports stadiums. Sports include football, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, softball, rugby andhorse racing.