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Ball crew needed for Family Circle Cup

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November 18th, 2013 -

WHO: Family Circle Cup

WHAT:  2014 Ball Crew Call for Entry

WHEN:
Ongoing application process, until the 200 spots are filled

WHERE: Family Circle Stadium

HOW:
Visit www.FamilyCircleCup.com/volunteer/ballcrew for official Ball Crew application and schedule

DETAILS: This is an opportunity to be on-court with the superstars of tennis! The Family Circle Cup recruits more than 200 adults and juniors, ages 11 & up, for its Ball Crew, offering unique access to matches and players.

The Ball Crew Volunteers are a very important part of the Family Circle Cup. Players and officials rely on the Ball Crew to keep the flow of the match going. Whether you're a "rookie" or a "veteran," all Ball Crew Volunteers go through training and practice in order to be fully prepared when matches begin!

Ball Crew Requirements:

  • Attendance at an informational meeting for Ball Crew members, held at 1pm on Saturday, January 25th at the Family Circle Stadium
  • Weekly Ball Crew training sessions, held at the tennis center every Saturday from January 25th - March 22nd and Friday, March 28th. 
  • Availability the week of the Family Circle Cup: March 29th – April 6th.

Application submission information: http://familycirclecup.com/volunteer/ballcrew/

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