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  1. Rock Canyon Baseball Striving For Excellence

  2. Goals The goals of the Rock Canyon Baseball Program are as follows: • Build strong character in young men through the concept of Team Sports. • Develop amazing student athletes. Academics will always be #1! • Create a viable path to play baseball at the next level (college, minor leagues, etc) for any athlete that has that desire. Help facilitate scouting relationships and “best path” approach to reach these goals.

  3. Goals…..(continued) • Encourage our young men to stay year round with the RC program. It is incumbent on the RC program to give a compelling reason for our players to “want” to play the Summer and/or Fall season with RC as well. Not just Spring baseball. Chemistry, camaraderie, friendships, and life long memories are built through high school sports. The Spring season is sooo short and these bonds can’t be fully developed just through a 16-18 game Spring season. • Support/encourage multi-sport athletes that play more than just baseball. A well-rounded athlete is a big part of the high school athletic experience. There is a reason why you have to be a multi-sport athlete to win “Athlete of the Year” at Rock Canyon.

  4. Goals…..(continued) ……and…..STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

  5. Winter Program • Dates • Jan 4 thru Feb 26 – (hitting/fielding/conditioning) • Weekly Schedule • Mon/Wed 3:30-5:00 @ Warriors Field House • Tues/Thurs 3:30-5:00 outside on field (weather) • Friday – 3:30-5:30 – Gameday (bubble in Parker) • Saturday – 10:00-12:00 – Gameday • Mon/Wed/Fri Mornings - Conditioning • Overall Expectations • Cost - $450 per player

  6. Spring Program • Tryouts – Feb 29-March 2 • Roster Selection – Tues Night March 1 for Varsity/JV and Wednesday March 2 for Soph/Frosh • Kickoff Breakfast – Tentatively March 5 (Saturday) • Practices – March 2 for JV/Varsity and March 3 for Frosh/Soph • Games – start mid March • Spring Break • Playoffs • Expectations

  7. Summer Program • Starts • Approx May 28 • Finishes • Approx mid July • Weekly Schedule • Double Header 1 day per week • Development 1-2 days • Tournament (Thurs-Sun typically) • Overall Expectations • Cost

  8. Summer Program…Tournaments • 18U Team (A Team) • 6-7 Tournaments • 3 out of town “driving” tournaments • 1 “fly to” tournament • 16/17U Team (B Team) • 6-7 Tournaments • 3 out of town “driving” tournaments • TBD on flying to a tournament • 15U/16U Team (C team/teams including Feeder Team) • 5-6 Tournaments • 2-3 out of town “driving” tournaments

  9. Summer Program…COST • Estimated Cost - $1000 • Comparison To Other Programs: • Mountain Vista - $1500 • Cherry Creek – 18U $3100 & 17U $2800 • Club Programs - $2000-$3000

  10. Summer Program Commitment • Commitments to Summer 2016 • Communicate to Coach Tschetter tonight after meeting as follows: • Yes, I want to play Summer 2016 at Rock Canyon with my teammates • I am not sure if I will be playing Summer baseball in 2016 but will let you know in early March • I am playing Summer baseball with another program in 2016

  11. Fall Program Recap • Successes • Lessons Learned • What to plan for in 2016

  12. Financial Reality Spring Baseball Minimum Operating Costs = $30,000 Spring Revenues = $6300 Spring Deficit = $23,700 (just to cover the minimum)

  13. Financial Reality Summer Baseball Minimum Operating Costs = $31,000** **(based on 2015) Summer Revenues =$31,000

  14. Financial Reality Fall Baseball Minimum Operating Costs = $21,500 Fall Revenues =$21,500

  15. Financial Reality Winter Baseball Minimum Operating Costs = $25,500 Winter Revenues =$25,500

  16. Financial Summary Year Round BARE MINIMUM Expenses = $108,000 Year Round BARE MINIMUM Income = $84,000 DEFICIT = $24,000

  17. Additional Income Sources Diamond Club Memberships - $12k Concession Stand Proceeds - $4k Banner/Sponsor Advertisement - $8k TOTAL = $24k BREAKEVEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. What Does a Break Even $$ Baseball Program NOT Get? It Doesn’t Get: • A Storage Facility • An Improved Batting Cage/Facility • An Improved Bullpen • Any Necessary Field Maintenance • A Hitters Eye (Center Field) • ETC, ETC, ETC

  19. Fundraising • King Soopers Cards • Snapbooster • Restaurant Nights • Other Fundraising Options/Ideas

  20. Fundraising…King Soopers Cards • King Soopers Cards • 5% of total spend at grocery store AND KS gas stations • Load up card and do all spending on card • Average family spends $1000-$1400/month at grocery store (along with gas purchases) • 5% is $50-$70/month to the program per family • 60 families - $50/month = $3k/month or $36k/year to the RC Jags Baseball Program

  21. Fundraising….Snapbooster • 10 cents to program for every receipt you “snap” a picture of • Average of 35-40 receipts per month • Bonus $$ for snapping receipts from places like Firehouse, Qdoba, Starbucks, Target – 5% of receipt total • $7-$10 per month per family to the program just for snapping a pic of your receipts • $450-$600/month for program or $5400-$7000 per year for program

  22. Fundraising….Snapbooster

  23. Fundraising…Restaurant Nights • As much as 50% of proceeds on designated night go to RC Baseball program • Chipotle/Firehouse Subs and others…….. • 1x per month during season and 1x every other month during offseason • $800-$1000 per night on average generated for program

  24. Banner Sales – Baseball Field • Multiple positions on field available • Outfield Fence – Diamond Level • Foul Line and Dugout Positions – Platinum • Perimeter Fence – Gold Level • Day of Game promotional opportunities • Exclusivity based on type of business • One Dentist, One HVAC, One Electrical, etc, etc

  25. Apparel • Player Required Apparel • Winter • Spring 2. Player Optional Apparel - Winter - Spring 3. Parent Optional Apparel

  26. How To Communicate 1. Website – baseball.rchsjags.com Click on “News” tab for relevant info 2. Email – rcbaseballdiamondclub@gmail.com OR rchsbaseball.coachmunro@gmail.com 3. Twitter - @RCHSBaseball_ 4. Facebook – RCHS Baseball

  27. NEXT STEPS • Summer 2016 Commitment • King Soopers Card….Get Yours Tonight • Snapbooster – Start Snapping • Apparel – See Coach Charlie for additional questions (for players). Contact rcbaseballdiamondclub@gmail.com for fan apparel questions or check website • Volunteer, Volunteer, Volunteer • Be A Positive Contributor