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New Automated Signups for Tournaments
Perfect Game Staff        
Published: Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Perfect Game USA is going green.

From now on, all registration materials for our WWBA and BCS tournaments will be handled on-line. Teams will request an invitation to a tournament on-line, we’ll grant the request on-line, you’ll register your team on-line, and you can pay with a credit card on-line (although you can still pay by check, if you wish).

This completely new automated system will be simpler, easier, more efficient and quicker, both for the teams and for our staff at Perfect Game. In addition, we’ll save a lot of paper and help the environment in the process.

Our new system has been activated and will handle all of our tournaments during the 2010 season, starting with the 18U and 16U WWBA Memorial Day Classics in Fort Myers, Fla., on May 28-31. You can request an invitation right now and get started.

We welcome your phone calls and e-mails, as always. We’re always here to answer your questions and help in any way we can. Except now, all of the routine “paperwork” will be handled electronically and more efficiently.

If you’d like to pay your tournament fees by check or make other financial arrangements, please send us an e-mail to work out the details.

“With the demand for the tournaments, this give the invited teams a quick and easy way to get their spot secured in the tournament” said National Tournament Director Taylor McCollough. “Instead of having to print off the paperwork and mail/fax it in, you can now do everything online.”

You can find all the information you need about our tournaments and the registration process on our web sites, either at
www.PerfectGame.org or www.WorldWoodBat.com. Just click on an event and follow the simple instructions.
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