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Another reason to go paperless – ink costs

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We’re big advocates here at StadiumRoar for the paperless movement.  We’re in full support of any organization looking to cut down on paper usage, and opt instead for digital alternatives.  Why?  Not only is the digital route better for the environment, but it’s simply smart business for an organization; digital is more accurate, efficient, and cost-effective.  Though paper itself creates a large cost burden for an organization, there are other associated expenses that drive up the bull as well.  A ...

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A summer in camp, a lifetime of health

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Summer camp is not only a fun experience for kids, but it can create positive habits that lead to a lifetime of health.  Check out this interesting infographic that lists fascinating facts about kids who attend summer camp.

 

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Spring sports are in the air!

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With March in full swing, the anticipation of spring sports is growing strong.  If you’re a player, it’s time to get the baseball glove out of the garage, the lacrosse sticks out of the attic, and start getting into form.  If you’re a program organizer, it’s time to get into form as well, however, in a different way.  The weeks leading up to the start of a season are critical.  You need to make sure your schedule is finalized, and ...

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New softball tournament directory

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We’re happy to announce we recently launched a softball tournament directory.  The directory is a great resource for coaches and players looking for tournaments, and also a great resource for tournament organizers looking for free, easy publicity for their events.  There is zero cost to post a tournament listing.

The directory contains events at all different age and ability levels.  If you’re involved with softball, check it out.  If you’re not involved with softball, feel free to share it with any ...

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StadiumRoar Featured on CIO.com

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StadiumRoar was recently featured by CIO, a leading technology-industry publication, both online and in print.  Check out the CIO article.  StadiumRoar appears in #13.

 

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Little kid lighting up the basketball court

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Check out Titus, a two year old basketball prodigy.  Based on his accuracy, we wouldn’t be surprised if his over the head shooting style got picked up in the NBA!

 

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Cool basketball resource

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For all you StadiumRoar users in the basketball world, check out the cool basketball video service our friends at Hoopslab have built.  You can have a look at their video overview here.

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Sports scheduling software free

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Finding easy, reliable sports scheduling software is difficult.  Finding a quality system that’s also free is next to impossible.  Luckily, we at StadiumRoar offer a fast and powerful sports scheduler, and we do it for no cost.  We’re able to offer our system for free because it’s supported by small ads.  This model is the same reason quality online services like Facebook and Gmail can be free.  Our system has two main components: facility scheduling and game/practice scheduling.  Learn ...

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Sports registration form – free template

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Looking for some suggestions for the types of fields to include on a sports registration form?  First, keep in mind that there are two major types of sport sign up forms; those for individuals and those for teams.  Each form will require different fields, so make sure you keep in mind who you want signing up for your program before you put together your form.

 

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Suggestions for individual sign up form

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Nice soccer training resource

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For all our readers involved with youth soccer, we have a helpful recommendation for you.  Check out Youth Soccer 101, which provides 400+ advanced soccer drills.  The system is interactive, which makes it user friendly and a lot of fun.  The site is a good resource for coaches, players, trainers and even club, tournament and league directors.

 

 

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