NW Baseball Coaches Convention

November 16, 2015


Greetings
Hope this short update note finds all going well.  I want to update you on the 2016 NWBC (NW Baseball Coaches Convention)
Event: NWBC (NW Baseball Coaches Convention)
When: January 22-24, 2016
Where: Sheraton PDX , Portland, Oregon
Hotel: Sheraton PDX..Phone-503-281-5000 Ex-0


We were especially encouraged by the added attendance last year of those from outside the NW region and the opportunity again this year to invite outstanding and highly respected clinicians from all levels of the game;   The event is another opportunity to join your fellow colleagues, enjoy the variety of topics to be covered, the evening "Rap Around the Diamond" series and many hosted receptions throughout the weekend.


Information and brochures will be mailed to schools on Friday,  November 20th. Check our website at www.nwstar.net and download the NWBC file for updated information to include  reservation information, application, speakers, schedule, bio's, hotel info, topics to be covered in addition to the many hosted events and vendor interest forms.


We encourage all to pre-register; take advantage of the early registration incentive, which will assist us in the preparation and management process.


PLAN NOW; YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED


Jerry Gatto

President/Event Coordiantor
NW Star Academy inc; NW Star Productions
Phone: 503-635-4520
Website: www.nwstar.net
Email: gattonws@comcast.net


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