NCAA Issues Final Warning To N.C. Over HB2 Hawks Bring Back Sports In Society Symposium Red Sox P David Price Addresses Athlete Activism Teams Educating MLBers On Talking Politics Orioles Exec VP Wouldn't Want A Trump First Pitch Texas Gov. Slams NFL Over Bathroom Stance Curry Speaks Out On Plank's Trump Comments North Carolina Could Lose More Events Over HB2 Sports Figures Opine On Trump Immigration Order Trump's Executive Order Has Sports World In Flux
ORLANDO SPORTS COMMISSION UNDERGOES NAME AND LOGO CHANGE
Published March 13, 1998
The Orlando Area Sports Commission changed its name to the Central Florida Sports Authority, according to George Diaz of the ORLANDO SENTINEL. The Authority also changed its logo to a yellow S-shaped swoosh with a sun rising at the top. Since the Sports Commission concept was introduced in '92, it has "evolved substantially." A staff of three has grown to 12, while its '95 budget of $300,000 is now more than $1.2M (ORLANDO SENTINEL, 3/13).