published Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Chattanooga ASA letter to players, coaches and fans

Dear ASA Softball Players, Coaches and Fans:

On behalf of the Chattanooga ASA Tournament Committee, welcome to Chattanooga and thank you for participating in the ASA/USA 16U National Championship Tournament! We are so pleased your teams have qualified and chose to attend this prestigious event. It is our privilege to host the largest ASA 16U National Championship ever held.

Chattanooga ASA, Chattanooga Parks and Recreation and the Greater Chattanooga Sports and Events Committee have been planning this event for over a year and we hope all the teams and their families enjoy our beautiful city and our fine softball complexes. Please take some time to visit other attractions in our city during your time away from the fields.

If you need any information during the tournament, there will be Information Booths at both parks and our helpful volunteers (dressed in bright orange shirts) will be happy to assist you with maps, programs, visitor’s guides, restaurant recommendations and directions. These volunteers will also be selling copies of the Chattanooga Times Free Press featuring a four page wrap about the tournament each day.

Thanks for playing ASA and for coming to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Have a great week and good luck to all the young ladies participating in the tournament!


Kim Swafford

Chattanooga ASA Softball

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joetheplumber said...

Looks like Kim as elbowed her way into ASA. Guess it will be the next Softball Association to go down the drain. Does ASA still have Greg Austin looking out for the well being of the kids? That little man is creepy. A note to all visiting teams - keep an eye open for a little sawed feller wanting to sponsor your team - right now I think he is still innocent because he has avoided the trial...

July 30, 2011 at 3:03 p.m.
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