Baseball B.C. pitching rebates

Baseball B.C. is offering a grass roots rebate program geared to the local associations for their participation in approved coach (NCCP) and umpire (BCBUA) training as well as the implementation of the initiation level Rally Cap program for their youngest athletes.

Special to Western News

Baseball B.C. is offering a grass roots rebate program geared to the local associations for their participation in approved coach (NCCP) and umpire (BCBUA) training as well as the implementation of the initiation level Rally Cap program for their youngest athletes.

This new initiative will recognize those associations that work hard to build and develop their programming and will offset the association costs of offering these programs to their volunteers and participants.

The coach training program will see an interested association apply for a rebate after hosting an NCCP clinic in their community.  Fifty per cent of the cost per coach or $25 per coach attending will be rebated once a clinic is paid for in full and the attendee list is received by Baseball B.C.  All an interested association needs to do is apply on line at www.baseball.bc.ca/rebates for their rebate.  An internal check will be done at Baseball B.C. to ensure all host obligations are complete by the local association and a check will be sent to the address supplied in the name of the local association.

The umpire training program will see an interested association apply for a rebate after hosting a BCBUA clinic in their community.  Each attending umpire ($10 each) will be rebated once a clinic is paid for in full to the BCBUA and the attendee list and instructor sign off is received by Baseball BC.  All an interested association needs to do is apply on line at www.baseball.bc.ca/rebates for their rebate.  An internal check will be done at Baseball BC to ensure all host obligations are complete by the local association and a check will be sent to the address supplied in the name of the local association.

The Rally Cap program will provide a rebate after running the program from Baseball Canada in their community.  All of the cost per cap or $2.50 per cap purchased for the program will be rebated once an association successfully completes the season and the Rally Cap tracker form is received by Baseball B.C.  To get the rebate, the same procedure is completed as the coaching and umpire rebates.

 

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