• September Newsletter 2013

    September Newsletter 2013

    3rd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Teammates for Life Month


    Throughout the month of October we want to educate our athletes on the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness. During our 3rd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Teammates for Life Month we will have have a raffle and silent auction. You will also have the opportunity to purchase raffle tickets to put towards your favorite raffle prizes, as well as bid on silent auction items worth up to $500! Click here to view some of these amazing prizes. On top of it all, we want all our teams, coaches, families and friends to be outfitted in PINK! Our new Teammates for Life shirt is available to customize with numbers and team logos to make jerseys. Proceeds will go towards the Young Survival Coalition, so please join our efforts in giving back to them!

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  • Teammates for Life T-Shirts

    Outfit Your Team In PINK!


    Create customized jerseys with team logos and numbers for the month of October! Call today to order!

    $15 per shirt for an order of 10+

    $5 customize charge per shirt


    Join our efforts in giving back to the Young Survival Coalition. Proceeds from the month of October go towards this national program that supports women under forty battling breast cancer.

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  • June Newsletter 2013

    June Newsletter 2013

    Champions Are Made


    Recently one of our clients wrote: “Thanks again for all the work you do with her.  We were talking about how her leadership, outgoingness and attitude in softball have definitely crossed over into her daily life and help made her a great kid (at least to our biased eyes)!”

    When watching the recent Women’s College World Series, it was impressive to see the drive, confidence, and strength that each athlete showed.  It was easy to see the fire in their eyes and the fight in their heart. Each athlete had obviously put in quite a bit of hard work over the years in order to be able to play in such a pressured environment on national TV.  The champion who develops through hard work in softball is one who will succeed off the field as well.

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