ORLANDO, FL (September 8, 2022) – The Greater Orlando Sports Commission (GO Sports), with assistance from Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, unveiled its new 30th Anniversary logos during the broadcast of the 2022 SPORTYS: Greater Orlando’s Night of Champions on WKMG-TV News 6. The Sports Commission was incorporated on September 10, 1992.

GO Sports selected Joe Bosack & Co. to design the anniversary logo. The company has created logos and provided design services for the NCAA, countless colleges, universities and conference offices, college football bowl committees, and MLS teams.

“Inspired by the shape, language and style of the Greater Orlando Sports Commission’s primary logo, the 30th anniversary mark is a true extension of the brand,” said Joe Bosack. “It’s a simple, responsive and digital friendly design that marks this achievement in a purposeful and connected way.”

“I am excited to congratulate the Greater Orlando Sports Commission on their 30th Anniversary,” Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said during the 2022 SPORTYS broadcast. “The Sports Commission has hosted more than 1,550 events across Central Florida, with a total economic impact exceeding $2.1 billion in spending within our community. The City of Orlando has been a partner since the very beginning, and we look forward to our continued partnership with GO Sports on upcoming events like 2023 NCAA March Madness at Amway Center.”

The Greater Orlando Sports Commission began as the Orlando Area Sports Commission in 1992, and also went by the Central Florida Sports Commission before rebranding to its current name in October of 2018. The rebrand has further boosted the company’s evolution into a globally recognized sports events authority.

“Our success is a direct reflection of the tremendous work done by our partners throughout the community over the last 30 years,” said Jason Siegel, President & CEO of the Greater Orlando Sports Commission. “I would be remiss if we did not extend our heartfelt thanks to the hundreds of volunteers who have served in leadership roles on our board of directors, the men and women who have worked in our front office, the elected officials that we’ve had the great pleasure to partner with, our corporate and public funding partners, and the Presidents and CEOs who have preceded me.”

Past Presidents and CEOs of the Sports Commission include:

The Greater Orlando area has long been known for its renowned hospitality, world-class attractions, international airports and famed experiences making it a globally recognized destination. The GO Sports executive team continues to focus on amplifying the Greater Orlando destination, which is home to more than 35 of the country’s most prestigious and wide-ranging sports event venues.

About Greater Orlando Sports Commission

GO Sports is a private, non-profit organization established to attract and manage sports-related events, conferences and activities that drive positive economic development in the City of Orlando, Lake County, Orange County, Osceola County, and Seminole County. Incorporated in 1992, the organization has hosted or co-hosted more than 1,550 events in the Greater Orlando area with a total economic impact exceeding $2.1 billion in spending within the community. For more information, please visit