Call for Baseball BC Provincial Championship Hosts

March 25, 2015

March 25, 2015

Baseball BC, the Provincial Sport Organization for baseball in British Columbia, is accepting bid packages or submissions of interest for the 2015 Baseball BC Provincial Championships that are scheduled to be hosted in the month of July in British Columbia.

This championship hosting opportunity is open to all Baseball Organizations that may be interested.

The following championships are available to be bid on…

13U AAA.     July 31 - August 3
13U AA.        July 31 - August 3

15U AAA.     July 9 to July 12
15U AA.        July 23 - July 26

18U AAA.      July 16 - July 19
18U AA.        July 23 - July 26

Host responsibilities include facility access, field preparation for all games and events, scorers, announcers, concession (revenue to be kept by host), pre-tournament meeting facilitation and general event operations throughout.

Baseball BC will provide officials for all games, scheduling, technical director for each event and baseballs (up to 10 dozen).

Hosts will receive a complimentary entry into the Provincial Championship that they host.

Deadline for bid packages or submissions or interest is Sunday April 12th and can be sent directly to David Laing.

For any other questions on these hosting opportunity, or any Baseball BC programming, please contact David Laing directly.

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