A Study on the Strategy for Attraction of Off-Season Training Teams for Activation of Regional Economy

지역 경제 활성화를 위한 전지훈련 팀 유치 활성화 전략

  • 정문현 (충남대학교 스포츠과학과)
  • Received : 2014.04.07
  • Accepted : 2014.06.20
  • Published : 2014.06.28


As a result of analysis on the related materials for looking into the plan for activation of regional economy through attraction of off-season training team that Daejeon is currently pushing ahead, Daejeon is lacking in training facilities as compared to other cities and climatic conditions such as temperature, wind and rainfall were not specially advantageous than other cities. Therefore, it is considered necessary for Daejeon to install an exclusive team capable of assuming full charge of attraction of off-season training teams within the region and build a cooperative system among schools, companies and associations, and provide the most advanced medical and athletic performance improvement service to attract off-season training teams.


off-season training team;activation of regional economy;training facility;climatic condition


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