Wicomico County’s Sports Marketing Team is here to help you plan your next event. Our players are more than former athletes; they are trained and experienced in sports event planning.
Assistant Tourism Manager
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James Simmons joined the Wicomico County sports marketing team as an intern in May 2012. He was promoted to Sports Marketing Representative in January 2013 and again promoted to Assistant Tourism Manager in January 2014. His primary responsibilities include attracting and retaining sports events, providing event coordination services and consultation to event organizers, as well as hosting and managing in-house events. James also has a role in managing Wicomico County's signature events and festivals, but his pride and joy is being Tournament Director for the Governor’s Challenge High School Basketball Tournament.
Born in Denton, MD, James grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland playing, coaching and watching every sport he could, including a run at the
MD State Championship in tennis his senior year of high school. After high school, James moved to Morgantown, WV to attend West Virginia University
(WVU). While attending WVU, he achieved a Bachelor’s degree in sports and exercise psychology while minoring in sports marketing, along with
two years of interning experience in the sports marketing and sporting events industry. In 2016, James graduated from the National Association
of Sports Commissions' Certified Sports Event Executive (CSEE) program. The CSEE credential is the sport tourism industry’s only certification
available for serious-minded professionals.
Sports Marketing Representative
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Stan Adams joined the Wicomico County Sports Marketing Team in May 2016. His primary responsibilities are to obtain, retain and develop sports
tournaments and other group business.
Born in Miramar, Florida, Stan’s obsession with sports grew from an early age while watching and attending Marlins, Dolphins and Heat games. In 2001, he moved to Birmingham, Alabama, where he played football and baseball until college. After high school, Stan moved to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to attend the University of Alabama, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in marketing and a Master’s degree in sports management.
Prior to joining Wicomico County, Stan gained two years of experience interning at the ESPN Birmingham Bowl, Tuscaloosa Tourism and Sports, and Zoom Motorsports.
I thought it was organized very well. The umpires were top notch. The absolute best umpires I have ever dealt with. They kept control of the game and knew the rules exceptionally well. I even learned a few things! It was enjoyable to speak with them and they were always willing to answer questions and confirm rules. They were respectful and courteous. Our first time there and it was great.Maureen Kleczkowski, Rockaway Rampage 12U Coach, USSSA World Series
Wicomico County Tourism
8480 Ocean Hwy
Delmar Maryland 21875
800-332-8687 / 410-548-4914