We have a great kickball scene here in Harrisburg and the Kickball365 Leagues will provide new and veteran players with an exciting new way to get involved.
Harrisburg, PA (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Kickball365, the largest competitive kickball organization in the United States, today announced the launch of its inaugural leagues in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The two leagues, which will begin on April 12th, are the first of many leagues that will be offered by Kickball365 in 2012 and will provide players with both competitive and social league options and a fun way to meet new people.
“We’re very happy to introduce two Kickball365 leagues for the Harrisburg area. We think Harrisburg is a great city for our inaugural leagues,” said Kickball365 CEO/Founder Matt Kemph. “We’ve worked very closely with league director Jason McMullen to get all elements in place. From our easy-to-use registration system, to an excellent location for games to referee training, and finally a sponsor bar that will serve as a great social venue - it has all come together nicely. On April 12th, players will get a taste of what makes Kickball365 leagues unique - a great social experience and well-designed game play that caters to both casual and competitive athletes.”
There will be two league types for players to choose from: Circuit (competitive) and Social. The Circuit League offerings were established to attract top-flight, competitive kickball players, using a rulebook that promotes a fast, wide-open style of game play. The Social League is where players can play the game they love and party with fun, new people throughout the season and beyond.
The two leagues will play on Thursday nights at Hidden Creek Park Fields, with Arooga’s Draft House and Sports Bar serving as the official social bar. Players can register up until March 20th so don't delay. As part of this inaugural season, all players will get an exclusive Kickball365 gear bag and a league t-shirt with their registration. In addition to a full schedule of games during the season, players will also get access to pre-, mid- and end-of-season league parties and access to Kickball365 Circuit Events in select cities throughout 2012, including a Circuit tournament taking place in Harrisburg on June 9th.
“We have a great kickball scene here in Harrisburg and the Kickball365 Leagues will provide new and veteran players with an exciting new way to get involved,” said Jason McMullen, Harrisburg League Director. “Matt and his team have been very helpful in getting these leagues in place. They get it - they understand what makes kickball so much fun, and they want to make sure everyone involved enjoys it to the fullest. Personally, I’m a big kickball fan - I even play a little myself - so I jumped at the opportunity to bring two new leagues to Harrisburg. Can’t wait for the spring.”
Registration for the Harrisburg leagues is currently open. Interested players should visit http://www.kickball365.com/Harrisburg/ for more information and to sign up now.
For more information on Kickball365, visit http://www.kickball365.com
Founded in 2010, Kickball365 enables people to make friends and have fun through local kickball leagues and one-of-a-kind tournament vacation experiences. We are the home for competitive kickball in America.
About Kickball365 Leagues
Kickball365 Circuit Leagues and Social Leagues are now available to local league operators and recreational sport chairpersons looking to bring the growing popularity of kickball to the local level. For those interested in creating a kickball league, Kickball365 provides a dedicated team to help with registration, promotion and marketing, referee training, and provides tools to help you manage schedules and standings. Kickball365 also allows league managers to tap into the existing national component of traveling kickball. For more information on starting a league, visit http://www.kickball365.com/leagues/start-a-league-in-your-area/
About The Circuit
Kickball365 produces The Circuit, the only national, professional tour of top-flight, competitive kickball tournaments. Held in 16 cities across the nation, these Circuit Events comprise The National Tour each year, in which registered teams compete for Circuit Points and prize money. Think your team can compete? To discover more and find a Circuit Event near you, visit http://www.thisiskickball.com.
League DIrector of Harrisburg