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Discussion: Winter Worlds/Las Vegas

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Dec. 3, 2008
11 posts
Winter Worlds/Las Vegas
The same thing happened at Desert Breeze. No maintainence between games. Field supervisors did nothing. It seems that Las Vegas personnel don't care. What about the tournament director being responsible for seeing things get done. Does SSUSA have to pay for the fields upfront? What if we bring our screen for leveling the fields and we get paid for it? Easy in Albuquerque.
Dec. 4, 2008
Men's 70
291 posts
Same thing at the Desert Bloom fields... They were less than satisfactory.
Dec. 9, 2008
37 posts
I'm with you EASY. We also played at Desert Breeze. No Double Bag at First. Lights going on an hour after they were needed. Over 18 games played on the field's with absolutely NO MAINTENANCE. Players getting hit in the shins, stomach, and chest with routine ground balls. A Tournament Director who appeared to just come out of a REST HOME and was trained to respond 'I DON"T KNOW". This was a disgrace of a tournament. $450 for this in ridiculous. Our local tourney's are ran better than this one.

Winter World's more like Winter Worst.

I wonder what kind of feable excuse will follow.
Dec. 9, 2008
37 posts
My apologies for the TD statement in previous post.
Should have been Field Director/Supervisor.
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