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Discussion: New Team Forming

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Oct. 16, 2020
bwall130
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New Team Forming
I'm trying to start a new travel team out of Casper Wyoming. Any advise on starting a team would be greatly appreciated. Also, are there co-ed tournaments? Thanks
Oct. 16, 2020
DieselDan
Men's 70
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You may want to start by opening the message board link and put all your info about age, competitive goals, possible sponsorship, start up costs for players, how many tournaments, etc. in the teams looking for players link. Maybe try to reach out to softball associations in the six states that border WY. Contact the Scrap Iron Club (CO) and see if they allow out of state teams to be part of their club. Get together with the players you play locally with and get input from them if you haven't already done so.

Best of luck as you move forward.
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