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our efforts in the community have not only been local, but also national. we are proud that a portion of the proceeds from this year’s tournament will go to support the united way of north carolina’s “healthy communities” campaign. the tournament has also been an active participant in efforts to defeat childhood hunger. in recent years, the tournament has donated to the charlotte hunger games in partnership with the charlotte mecklenburg education foundation. we have been the official charity of the charlotte hornets since the hornets first moved to charlotte.

the tournament has also partnered with the charlotte hornets for the “nba cares” initiative, which has provided more than $3 million in financial support to local non-profit organizations in charlotte. we have worked with the hornets, who have also hosted the tournament, on the “where’s my paddle?” effort, which has helped more than 400 charlotte families in need. we have also partnered with the tournament for the past several years to serve as the presenting sponsor of the tournament kids tournament, which is an initiative that provides kids from low-income areas of charlotte the opportunity to participate in youth sports. the tournament has also partnered with the hornets to provide the hornets foundation with nearly $600,000 in support of community initiatives.

casting for cats is proud to add thesuccessful poor girls tournament to ourfamily of tournaments! as with all cfcevents, all proceeds stay with local charties.good luck fishing, poor girls, and nomatter what, have a fun day on the water!(remember: a bad day on the water
is better than a good day at work!)

every year, dsp runs about 800 to 1000 tournaments at high-school, community college and adult venues. of these, about 500 are high-school-aged and about 400 are college-aged. while dsp is not trying to grow it’s business, the number of tournaments run per year is on the rise. this year, dsp will run about 100 tournaments at high schools, about 75 college-age tournaments, and about 25 adult tournaments. all of these tournaments are well run and well attended.
in the end, the tournament director is the key to a great tournament. success is based on the planning that goes into the event and the team created to run it. much of the planning and organizing is done by the tournament director, so starting with a great tournament director is key. in dsp’s case they hire tournament directors who have strong baseball backgrounds, good communication skills and a steady even disposition. dsp hires mainly assistant baseball coaches from high schools and community colleges. they have the baseball background and the education institutions where they coach that put them through a rigorous screening process. tim also added, i hire people that i’d like to go to dinner with and are comfortable speaking in front of a group. if you nail those traits, you have a great tournament director.
what makes a great field. as tim said, great fields make for great tournaments. it goes hand in hand, that the best fields come from the best programs. dsp contracts with community colleges, high schools and other higher-level programs for their fields. dsp has built a great reputation with these venues and keep going back year after year to those that perform best. tim suggests that there is more to a great field than just manicured grass; he stresses great fields must include ample parking, ease of access, infields must be groomed in between each game, and most importantly clean, convenient restrooms. nothing will make parents madder than having to wait in line to use a restroom, walk long distances to restrooms or deal with a dirty restroom, commented tim. tournaments are long affairs and a nasty, inconvenient restroom can ruin what may otherwise be an enjoyable event.