Built around the theme “A New Scoreboard for Sports,” the 2017 Project Play Summit saw organizations make 33 commitments to action to improve youth sports. The nation’s premier gathering of leaders at the intersection of sport, youth and health sold out for the third straight year and featured more than 400 attendees. The hashtag #ProjectPlay trended nationally during the event.
Among the announcements was the roll-out of Project Play 2020, a multiyear effort by more than a dozen leading sport, health, media and other organizations to grow national sport participation rates and related metrics among youth. The featured conversation was with Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred.
Watch all sessions
Did you miss something from the 2017 Project Play Summit? Every panel session, individual speaker and Project Play announcement are available to watch.
Revisit the speakers and panel topics. For the first time, a Day 2 workshop was added in which we taught stakeholders strategies to directly help kids in their communities.
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They Said It
Memorable quotes from the 2017 Project Play Summit