Head coaches everywhere are working hard to give their student-athletes a better all-around high school football experience. Whether it’s the best uniforms or state-of-the-art equipment, it’s no secret that coaches want the very best for their players. Although winning a state title is the ultimate goal, a bigger objective remains in terms of players learning, developing, and succeeding in an environment that drives positive reinforcement. What if there was a quick and easy program designed to help head coaches achieve all three of the following goals?
The ‘Super Fan Blitz’ is causing coaches around the country to eliminate their old-fashioned fundraisers such as cookie dough, chocolate bars, lift-a-thons, and discount cards. Instead, high school teams are moving toward a fully-automated program that produces more results and requires less effort than ever before. Before you hear it from the coaches, consider the unbelievable benefits of running a brand-new campaign for your program:
The 2013 offseason is underway and head coaches everywhere are preparing for the fall by running money-makers this upcoming spring. The biggest question for coaches across the country is: Will you continue to utilize traditional fundraising campaigns that create headaches and produce limited results or will you try a program that generates more money with little time and effort? Here are five reasons your athletic program should run the 'super fan blitz' this offseason:
5. ANY SPORT CAN RUN THE SUPER FAN BLITZ
The McKinney football program transitioned to utilizing the 'Super Fan Blitz' fundraiser in conjunction with their first all-in-one mobile app and desktop website combination. As a result of moving away from more traditional fundraisers, the Lions were able to generate $13,000 in one evening. Obviously pleased with the outcome, McKinney Head Football Coach Jeff Smith was eager to discuss the off-the-field victory that created such excitement for players, parents, and the entire Lion community.
Spotlight: Tim Buchanan & Aledo Football
Head Coach, Aledo High School Football