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Alabama High School Athletic Association

Founded in 1921, the AHSAA regulates, coordinates and promotes the interscholastic athletic programs among its 401 senior high members and 287 junior high and middle school members, representing more than 75,000 students.

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Atlantic Coast Conference

The Atlantic Coast Conference, through its member institutions, seeks to maximize the educational and athletic opportunities of its student-athletes, while enriching their quality of life. It strives to do so by affording individuals equitable opportunity to pursue academic excellence and compete at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics competition in a broad spectrum of sports and championships.

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American Specialty Insurance & Risk Services, Inc

Founded in 1989, American Specialty specializes in insurance and risk services for the Sports and Entertainment industry. Over 50 niche programs are offered on a nationwide basis to the Professional Sports, Amateur Sports, Motorsports, and Entertainment industries.

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American Athletic Conference

Not entirely unlike the nation that provides its namesake, the American Athletic Conference was born from an ideal in which members with ambitious goals are provided with the means to a succeed in their quests for excellence.

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ArbiterSports

The company pioneered the use of sports-official-assigning software in 1984 and has been the industry leader ever since.

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Arizona Interscholastic Association

AIA has a history that can be traced back to 1913, and is committed to the inclusion of equitable interscholastic opportunities for both boys and girls in all Arizona high schools.

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Association of Minor League Umpires

AMLU is the exclusive recognized bargaining agent for all professional minor league baseball umpires across the United States and Canada.

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Big East Conference

The BIG EAST will embark on its second year as a 10-team consortium in 2014-15. The league, which has always competed with integrity and sportsmanship at the highest levels of intercollegiate sports, began a new era in 2013-14, returning to its heritage, focusing athletically on basketball while forging into the future with leadership and vision.

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Big Ten Conference

One of the premier athletic conferences in the NCAA. Among its 12 schools for the 2014-15 school year, the conference supported more than 300 teams, the second-most of any conference in the country.

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Canadian Football League

The professional football league of Canada has been in existence as the CFL since 1958. Currently nine teams battle each year for the Grey Cup.

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California Basketball Officials Association

More than 3,700 officials are members of the only statewide basketball officials association in the state, from youth to semi-pro competition.

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Chief Zebra Enterprises

A consulting company founded by Mike Pereira, the former vice president of officiating for the NFL.

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Cliff Keen Athletic

An officials apparel company, Cliff Keen Athletic is dedicated to the advancement of athletics through innovative products.

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Colorado High School Activities Association

Serving 223,000 students in 338 member schools, the CHSAA co-sponsored and hosted the 2008 NASO Summit.

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Fluke Logistics

Fluke Transportation Group is a transportation, warehousing and distribution specialist
that is dedicated to your business. Fluke Transportation Group offers complete logistics solutions with seamless integration into your supply chain and distribution network.

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Fox 40 International

The maker of the Fox 40 Whistle, Fox 40 International has been a long-term supporter of NASO and the Summit. Fox 40 is the presenting sponsor for the Gold Whistle Award Celebration.

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Fox Sports Network

The Fox Sports Network includes Fox Sports, the sports television arm of the FOX Broadcasting Company and 19 regional sports networks.

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Georgia Athletic Officials Association

GAOA provides services and support to its member officials statewide to encourage excellence, emphasize sportsmanship, fair play and integrity at all levels.

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Georgia High School Association

With 421 member schools and serving more than 450,000 students, the governing body for high school athletics in Georgia was the co-sponsor and host for the 2011 Sports Officiating Summit.

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Get It Right Enterprises

Get It Right Enterprises, LLC is adapting 3D visualization technologies to accelerate learning and improve retention of rules knowledge and officiating mechanics. The animated rule book will assist officials, coaches, and student-athletes to better understand what is legal and illegal and what is safe and unsafe.

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Honigs Whistle Stop

Honig’s has been an industry leader in officiating equipment and clothing for over 30 years. Please join the new ownership team as we revamp our customer service, website redesign, and improve the quality of our product lines.

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Illinois High School Association

With 770 schools, the IHSA is the fifth largest state association in the country. More than 546,000 students attend schools governed by the IHSA.

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InCheck, Inc.

A nationwide provider of cost-effective, customized background screening services for small, medium and enterprise organizations, including state athletic associations for background checks on officials. We take the time to identify your needs and create solutions that fit.

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Indiana High School Athletic Association

This school year, more than 160,000 students will compete in IHSAA-sanctioned tournaments in 20 sports, 10 for boys and 10 for girls.

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International Association Of Approved Basketball Officials

Founded in 1923, two of IAABO’s stated purposes are to educate, train, develop and provide instruction for basketball officials and to promote the welfare of the game, its players and officials.

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Iowa High School Athletic Association

The governing body for boys’ sports in Iowa serves nearly 400 schools and more than 230,000 students.

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Kentucky High School Athletic Association

With 281 schools, the KHSAA is one of two states to still play a single-class state basketball tournament.

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Louisiana High School Athletic Association

Founded in the 1920s, the association serves nearly 400 schools and sponsors 27 championships.

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Louisville Sports Commission

Louisville is sports-savvy, and events are part of our culture. We have
quality facilities, abundant hotels, and we’re only one-day’s drive from 60
percent of the U.S. population. Let us show you how choosing Louisville as
your host site is the first step in assuring a successful event.

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Major League Baseball

MLB is the highest level of play in North American pro baseball. Reviving Baseball in the Inner Cities and the Youth Baseball Academy are of MLB's community programs.

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Metro Association Girls Basketball Officials

MAGBO provides professional development and advancement opportunities in the New York Metro area to enhance the experiences of our members who officiate women’s basketball from youth leagues to NCAA Division I.

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Michigan High School Athletic Association

Nearly 300,000 male and female athletes participate in MHSAA sports each year, competing for more than 120 state titles. Michigan served as the host state for the 2013 NASO Summit.

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Mid-American Conference

The 12-team league is one of 11 Division I football-playing conferences. The MAC offers 11 men’s and 12 women’s championships.

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Minnesota State High School League

The MSHSL governs 255,000 students and more than 550 schools and was the host for the 2010 Summit in Minneapolis.

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Minor League Baseball Umpire Training Academy

Minor League Baseball Umpire Training Academy is a natural extension of Minor League Baseball and its ongoing efforts to enhance umpire training and development. The availability of the Historic Dodgertown–Vero Beach as a training venue further enhances our ability to house, feed and instruct prospective umpires in a first-class environment.

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Missouri State High School Activities Association

MSHSAA sponsors 17 sports and more than 175,000 students by promoting the value of participation, sportsmanship, team play, and personal excellence.

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Missouri Valley Football Conference

A member of the Football Championship Subdivision, the Valley is made up of 10 schools in the Midwest.

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National Association Of Intercollegiate Athletics

Founded in 1937, The NAIA is a governing body of small athletics programs that are dedicated to character-driven intercollegiate.

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National Basketball Association

Founded in 1946, the NBA is home to the highest level of one of the most entertaining sports.

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National Collegiate Athletic Association

Founded in 1906, the NCAA is made up of three membership classifications that are known as Divisions I, II and III. Each division creates its own rules governing personnel, amateurism, recruiting, eligibility, benefits, financial aid, and playing and practice seasons.

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National Federation Of State High School Associations

A co-sponsor of the Summit, the NFHS serves the state associations from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It writes rules for 16 sports.

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National Football League - Foundation

The National Football League Foundation (NFL Foundation) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and safety of sports, youth football and the communities in which we live.

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National Football League - Officiating Department

The NFL’s office that coordinates all operations related to officiating.

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National Football League Referees Association

The group that represents all of the NFL’s officials. The association is involved with charitable and educational efforts throughout the country.

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National Hockey League

The National Hockey League was established in 1917 as the successor to the National Hockey Association (NHA), officially called the National Hockey Association of Canada Limited. It is a professional ice hockey league composed of 30 member clubs: 23 in the United States and 7 in Canada.

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National Hockey League Officials Association

The NHLOA was born in 1969 out of a need to improve working conditions, salaries and other benefits for NHL officials.

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National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association

NISOA is an organization of more than 5,500 soccer officials, which trains, certifies and provides qualified soccer referees for the college soccer community throughout the country. The mission of NISOA is to assist in the development of soccer as a major sport in the United States and to improve the quality of officiating at the college and high school levels.

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Nebraska School Activities Association

The state association for Nebraska High School Athletics.

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New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association

The state association was founded in 1918 and is a voluntary, non-profit organization of 433 schools in the state.

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New Mexico Officials Association

The NMOA is the officiating body for high school sports in the state, serving more than 46,000 student-athletes.

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New York State Public High School Athletic Association

More than 389,000 athletes participated in one of the 27 sports sponsored by the governing body for New York State.

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Ohio High School Athletic Association

The OHSAA co-sponsored the 2008 NASO Summit. There are more than 800 schools and nearly 600,000 students affiliated with the OHSAA.

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Oregon School Activities Association

The OSAA co-sponsored and hosted the NASO Summit in 2003 and 2013. The OSAA serves 295 schools and more than 170,000 students.

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Oregon Athletic Officials Association

The OAOA represents all high school officials in Oregon. Among the purposes for the OAOA is to enhance the quality, consistency and perception of officiating throughout the state.

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Pac-12 Conference

Upholding its tradition as the “Conference of Champions,” the Pac-12 has won more NCAA national team championships than any other conference in history.

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Peopletrail

Peopletrail® is a leading provider of custom vetting services for athletic programs: eligibility, criminal background checks, volunteer screening, drug screening, ATS integration & program security solutions.

Only Peopletrail® combines superior customer service through dedicated account managers with efficient, state-of-the-art technology integration to deliver on-demand, accurate and timely consumer reporting results.

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Professional Association Of Volleyball Officials

For around 20 years, PAVO has operated as an independent, non-profit organization working to train and certify volleyball referees in close partnership with USA Volleyball, NCAA, NAIA and NJCAA.

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Professional Referees Organization

PRO is the organization responsible for managing the referee and assistant referee program in professional soccer leagues in the U.S. and Canada, working alongside the U.S. Soccer and MLS, among others.

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Purchase Officials Supplies

Purchase Officials Supply is based in Ohio and offers officiating gear in nine sports. The company works with several states to provide officially licensed apparel, including Georgia, among other states.

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Qwik Ref

QwikRef is an online reporting tool used by the Coordinator of Officials to evaluate, train, and analyze conference officiating staff. QwikRef integrates every part of the officiating program and can be easily modified to meet new initiatives. Coordinators have access to a battery of reports that display evaluation metrics, and coaches have access to data for their team as well as the ability to submit questions to the Coordinator for review.

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REF360

Ref360 is the premier Officiating Evaluation Program used by officiating programs worldwide. Ref360 is a user-friendly, web-based tool that allows you to easily and efficiently track, monitor and assess your officials’ performance; customize the level of evaluation and analytics that is just right for your organization.

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Referee Magazine And Referee Enterprises Inc.

As the original magazine for sports officiating and the industry’s best-known publication, Referee has set the journalistic standard for developing educational and training materials vital to sports officials.

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Smitty Officials Apparel

The company that got its start with the original “Smitty” lanyard continues to develop a wide range of officiating apparel and accessories.

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Southeastern Conference

A pioneer in the integration of higher education and athletic competition, the Southeastern Conference is a leader on the national landscape for intercollegiate athletics in the 21st century. The SEC has achieved stature and stability by designating governing/voting power to the presidents of the member institutions thus bringing about the evolution of the SEC.

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Sun Belt Conference

Founded in 1976, the Sun Belt is one of 10 NCAA Division I FBS conferences and conducts championships in 10 women’s and 9 men’s sports.

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Summit Wellbeing Anonymous Team (SWAT/837)

A group of anonymous donors that contribute annually to the NASO Summit.

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Texas Association Of Sports Officials

Formed in the 1930s, TASO is an independent organization of sports officials governed by sports officials.

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Texas High School Basketball Officials Association

The association, in conjunction with the state governing body, aids in the education and development of officials throughout the state.

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Ultimate Fighting Championship

Started in 1993, UFC is a professional mixed martial arts organization offering the premier series of those events.

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Ump-Attire.Com

The leading online retailer for sports officials’ gear and apparel.

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United States Polo Association

The governing body for the sport since 1890. Sponsors numerous programs for education and promotion of the sport in the United States.

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U.S. Soccer

U.S. Soccer is the governing body for all levels of soccer played in this country, from the smallest youth organizations through the professional leagues.

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United States Specialty Sports Association

The USSSA is the world's largest multi-sport athletic organization. Founded in 1968, USSSA has grown to more than 3.7 million participants, competing in 13 nationally sanctioned sports.

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USA Hockey

With a membership of more than 585,000 ice and inline hockey players, coaches, officials and volunteers, USA Hockey’s main emphasis is on the support of grassroots hockey programs.

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USA Softball

Established in 1933, USA Softball, formerly the Amateur Softball Association is the largest governing body for softball competition in the U.S.

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USA Volleyball

Founded in 1928, it was one of the 12 founding countries of the International Volleyball Federation. There are 40 regions serving members across the country.

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US Lacrosse

The national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse, primarily serving the youth game. It offers programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the sport.

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United States Tennis Association

The governing body for tennis, the USTA sponsors local leagues and tournaments and also runs the U.S. Open, one of professional tennis’ four Grand Slam events.

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University Interscholastic League

Since 1910 the UIL has grown into the largest inter-school organization of its kind in the world. More than 785,000 athletes participate in UIL sports each year. The UIL is the co-sponsor and host the 2016 NASO Summit.

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Vokkero By Adeunis NA

Adeunis NA is a company working to bring Vokkero headset technology to officiating, enhancing communication between crews.

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Washington Interscholastic Activities Association

Founded in 1905, the group governs high school sports for nearly 800 member schools.

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Washington Officials Association

Founded in 1905, the group governs high school sports for nearly 800 member schools.

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Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association

WIAA serves 506 schools and more than 300,000 students by cultivating, developing and organizing high ideals of good citizenship and sportsmanship.

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XOS Digital

Organizations at the highest levels of professional and amateur sports rely on the cutting-edge technology and services that XOS provides.

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Zooom

We help officials use video to get better. Associations can easily create and share training videos. Deliver consistent training messages to all your officials, provide educational materials for local chapters to use in meetings, find out if plays are being called the way you want them called, and connect with your officials to get them the training they need. Officiate. Evaluate. Elevate.

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