2nd Annual Summer Ball Conference: Madison Nov. 6-8

PRESS RELEASE – The 2nd Annual Summer Ball Conference is back and will continue to build on last years conference in Gastonia, North Carolina. SBC ’10 will provide teams with the knowledge and direction necessary to become elite in the summer collegiate ranks.

The Summer Ball Conference (SBC 10) will be held in the Mecca of Summer Collegiate baseball – Madison, WI November 6-8 home of the Madison Mallards. The concept of the conference is a version of the Winter Baseball Meetings. The conference will take place at the Sheraton Madison Hotel and will include speaking by Vern Stenman President of the Mallards as well as breakout sessions, the Big Panel, SBC Awards Gala and the trade show.

Breakout Sessions will include Ticket Sales, Sponsorship, Media Relations, Promotions and Marketing, Non-Traditional Revenues, Gameday Experience, Community Relations, Web Site and Social Networking, Ballpark Usage and Improvements, NCAA Compliance, How to Sell a Summer Collegiate Team, Concessions, and Mascots.

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: Register before August 15th and Receive 20% OFF 1st Attendee!

Attendance will cost $189 for a representative of the organization and just $149 for any additional attendees of the same organization. In addition to that each day we will provide meals to all attendees in the Trade Show area, this includes breakfast – lunch – dinner. There is also a special room block with rates starting at only $94 per night available for conference attendees.

As with any conference the Trade Show is an integral part of this year’s event. On opening night there will be a Trade Show dinner and party, which will feature an open bar.

Important Links:
SBC ’10 Agenda
SBC ’10 Registration Information

For more information, please visit http://www.summerballconference.com or call me directly at 979.985.5155

See you in Madison!

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