Facility Partnership Program Announced

April 06, 2017, 4:52 p.m. (ET)
Facility Partner Program

USA Racquetball Announces Facility Partnership Program

Colorado Springs, Colo. - USA Racquetball announces a new Facility Partnership Program to promote racquetball at the grassroots level. The program consists of four key components: Challenge Ladders, Leagues & Jamborees, Racquetball 101 Classes with Instructor Certification Programs and Management of Junior/High School/Collegiate programs.

The Facility Partnership Program is intended to assist facilities with introducing new players to the game of racquetball and helping grow the sport. Beginning with introductory lessons, club challenge ladders and leagues to creating an after school program for juniors and high school players, USA Racquetball offers Facility Partners a variety of ways to help organize and promote racquetball in their facility. Requirements to participate in the program include: having at least one court, a willingness to help grow racquetball, and utilize at least one service USA Racquetball offers at your facility.

The previously launched Ambassador Program works hand-in-hand with the Facility Partnership Program and is targeted toward developing relationships with the players in these clubs. An ambassador is someone who is at the club several times a week, has a passion for the game and isn’t afraid to introduce others to the sport. The objective is to provide an avenue for distributing information from USA Racquetball to the general racquetball public, which consists of over 3.9 million players. Since its launch, more than fifty racquetball enthusiasts have registered to become an Ambassador.

To learn more about the Facility Partnership Program please visit our website. To become a Facility Partner or Ambassador for your club, please contact Nick Irvine at 719-635-5396 ext: 133 for additional details.

About USA Racquetball

USA Racquetball, founded in 1969, is recognized by the U.S. Olympic Committee as the National Governing Body for the sport. The organization annually conducts six national championships and sanctions hundreds of tournaments for players of all ages and skill levels. The organization also organizes the Adult and Junior National Racquetball Teams, oversees the Official Rules of Racquetball, administers National Player Rankings, manages a college scholarship program, and supports the introduction of new players to the sport.