More Americans play basketball than any other team sport, according to the National Sporting Goods Association.
What does NSGA stand for?
NSGA stands for National Sporting Goods Association
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- Northbridge Services Group (Lexington, kY)
- Notice Support Group
- Nuclear Suppliers Group
- Nashville Singles Golf Association (Nashville, TN)
- National Sand & Gravel Association
- National Senior Games Association
- National Senior Golf Association
- National Soybean Growers' Association
- National Space Grant Alliance, Inc. (Omaha, NE)
- National Specialty Gift Association (Riverview, FL)
- National Stolen Generations Alliance (Australia)
- National Student Government Association
- Natural Sciences in GET and ABET (South Africa)
- Naturopathic Student Government Association
- Naval Security Group Activity
- Naval Support Group Activity
- Navy Security Group Activity
- Nebraska Senior Golf Association
- Negeri Sembilan Golf Association
- Newfoundland Salmonid Growers Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
The National Sporting Goods Association, who has tracked sporting goods retailers, team dealers, sales agents and manufacturers since 1929, shows in its Sports Participation in 2010 survey results that interest in baseball grew 8.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] According to the National Sporting Goods Association, some 45,000,000 Americans cycle an average of 50 days per year, and many of those individuals have turned to VOmax over the last three decades because of its proprietary dye sublimation process that embeds hues directly into the fibers of its pieces to achieve vibrant, colorfast designs--and now that same technique is being used to produce dazzling sports team tops, shorts, and arm warmers.
2 billion, respectively, according to data recently released by the National Sporting Goods Association.
4 million participants, according to the National Sporting Goods Association.
About 11 million Americans skied or snowboarded at more than 500 ski areas in 1999, according to the National Sporting Goods Association.
Tom Doyle, vice president of Information/Research for the National Sporting Goods Association, acknowledges that the purchasing business is all about relationships: "It is important for coaches to foster a good relationship with their suppliers.
According to the National Sporting Goods Association, fishing ranked fourth in "America's Top 10 Sports in 1994," with 45.