Beach City Baseball Academy Receives 'Small Business of the Year' Award

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BCBA Nominated by State Senator Benjamin Allen.

Beach City Baseball Academy (BCBA) is proud to announce that the California State Legislator will honor the school with a ‘Small Business of the Year’ award. State Senator Benjamin Allen nominated BCBA for their numerous community contributions including the Sixth Tool Scholarship Award, Special Needs clinic, and other programs, all in the interest of encouraging teamwork, sportsmanship, and friendship through baseball.

“We're very honored to receive this award,” says BCBA manager Richard Murad, “All the programs we do allow us to share our passion--baseball--with everyone that passes through our doors.”

The Beach City Baseball Academy is one of 80 businesses honored out of 3.3 million businesses in the state of California. BCBA’s Director of Operations, Matt Watson will accept the award on behalf of the Beach City Baseball Academy in Sacramento on June 10th, CA Small Business Day.TM.

Watson added: “I see the positive impact our school has on kids as well as their families. It’s wonderful to see the BCBA recognized for the wonderful things we see on a daily basis.”

About Beach City Baseball Academy
Located at 430 East Grand Avenue El Segundo, CA 90245, Beach City Baseball Academy's mission is to provide fun and dramatically improve the baseball skills of all that pass through its doors in a safe, clean and secure environment. BCBA provides targeted, well-maintained training equipment and skilled and passionate instructors who teach beyond the fundamentals with individualized custom programs while building confidence and inspiring their students to strive for excellence. The BCBA makes great efforts to enhance the total baseball experience of every member and also assist the student athlete to achieve at the scholastic, college and professional level. There is an onsite pro shop that sells top-quality professional merchandise at competitive prices.

In addition to managing and operating well-organized baseball camps that are open to everyone, the Academy sponsors The Beach City Prospects, a program of competitive and developmental traveling club teams with robust tournament schedules. This program is open for tryout by invitation to those members that show excellence in skills and sportsmanship, unwavering respect for themselves and for those around them, and a 100 percent commitment to adhere to the club’s culture and its schedule of games, practices and events.

For more information, contact: Mike Mena at: 310-316-0612 or mike(at)ileanainternational(dot)com


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