Attend Youth Sports Summit – Earn Grant Funding

This event and the information presented in the event are too valuable for you and your organization to miss. Just in case you didn’t see it, I’m reprinting Friday’s post. Marketing professionals always say you should have a “Call to Action.” In other words, what do you want people to do? I’ll make it simple: Read. Recruit. Register.

As you know, the Sports Commission’s Sportsmanship Initiative is hosting our annual St. Louis Youth Sports Summit on January 14, 2012 at Maryville University from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  The Youth Sports Summit is a must-attend event for coaches, parents and league administrators.  Those in attendance come away with valuable tools, knowledge and resources that help improve the athletic experiences for children. 
Not only is the Summit free to attend, but the participation of your coaches and parents can actually generate funds for your organization.  We have a wonderful program put together, and we believe this event is so important that we are offering grants to area youth leagues, associations and organizations that have a minimum of 15 coaches and/or parents attend.  Grants will be issued according to the following scale:
15 coaches and/or parents in attendance = $250 grant.
25 coaches and/or parents in attendance = $500 grant.
50 coaches and/or parents in attendance = $1,000 grant.
Please note that 15 coaches and/or parents is the minimum attendance number to receive grant funding.  Increases in grant awards are only available in the 25-person increments shown above.  For more information and to register, please click on this link or call 314-345-5130. Until next time…
Be a Good Sport!

-Sol

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