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Chris Clark

Founder/CEO at fusesport - the online management solution for sporting event organizers with headquarters in Colorado Springs, USA and offices in Sydney, Australia.
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4 Ways to Bolster Declining Event Participation Numbers

Posted by Chris Clark on Aug 24, 2015 3:41:00 PM

When an event’s participation numbers start sliding down the backside of the bell curve, it’s time to freshen things up to keep people coming back for more.

Fusesport founder and CEO Chris Clark shares 4 ideas for combating the inevitable event fatigue that can set in after years of repeat performances.

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Topics: Events, Event Marketing

Why The Color Run is So Special

Posted by Chris Clark on Aug 7, 2015 4:12:22 PM

Have you experienced the Happiest 5k on the Planet? 

The vastly popular Color Run has expanded dramatically since its kick off event back in 2011 as the world’s first paint race. Now tickled pink to be the single largest event series in the world, The Color Run™ is spreading happiness to more than 50 countries through 300 plus runs and growing.

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The Color Run partners with fusesport in Australia and New Zealand

Posted by Chris Clark on Aug 7, 2015 4:12:00 PM

Colorado Springs, COThe Color Run™ Australia recently selected fusesport® as the official registration partner for sixteen events across Australia and New Zealand, which saw almost 200,000 racers last year.

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Topics: Press Release

Fusesport will manage over 5,000 volunteers for the 16th annual World Police & Fire Games in Fairfax, VA

Posted by Chris Clark on Aug 7, 2015 4:11:00 PM

Colorado Springs, CO – Fusesport®, the powerful online event management tool for multi-sport games, announced today it is partnering with The World Police & Fire Games in Fairfax, VA to manage their 5,000-person volunteer program.

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Topics: Press Release

10 Event Organizer Survival Tips

Posted by Chris Clark on Aug 7, 2015 4:10:00 PM

A worst case scenario: The director of a beloved annual city marathon fails to secure the permits needed from the host county, then cancels the race and fails to provide refunds to registrants who were notified by email with an inadequate explanation two-weeks out. The director’s email address kicks back a “mailbox unavailable” response, leaving participants no way to contact the director with questions.

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Topics: Events

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