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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions


Q: It's very unlikely that I will still be associated with the league in five years. What happens with this agreement once I have left?
A: We approach this agreement as we would any other business agreement between companies. The succeeding directors will assume the responsibility of any prior contractual agreements. Remember, this program will benefit the league as a whole, not just your children playing now. As a current board member, your responsibilities should include improving the league for the present and the future.

Q: How can I sell twice the amount of tickets as my league's enrollment size?
A: The easiest way to do this is to build the cost into the League registration fees. It is less work for your board and coaches, guarantees your league will meet the minimum requirement, and you can pass them out to the kids at the same time you pass out the uniforms. Another option to help sell tickets for your day is to include tickets to your League Night with your team sponsorship packages for local businesses.

Q: Can our league purchase more than the required block of tickets and still have everyone be able to sit together?
A: Absolutely. In addition to adding the two tickets into the registration, you could still give the parents an option at sign-ups via the registration form to purchase more than the required two tickets if they choose. Then after registration is complete, and you have the total number of tickets needed, we will print all the tickets at the same time to ensure everyone will be seated together.

Q: What is the easiest way to distribute the tickets once we receive them?
A: The easiest way to distribute the tickets is to pass them out with the uniforms. Doing it this way requires less work for your board, and it ensures everyone will have their tickets in hand well in advance of the game date.

Q: How do we pick the kids to do the extra events during our league night/day?
A: There are many ways this can be done. One of the most successful ways in which one of the leagues handles this is by actually tying a fundraiser into it. They sell raffle tickets for each extra event available up until a week prior to their game date, and then they draw the winners. Other leagues use the extra events available as an incentive to sell the tickets by offering them to the kids who sell the most tickets for your league night/day. While this is effective, I promise you it's much easier for everyone involved to just tie the tickets into the registration, thus not having to make your kids sell anything.