Little Big Show Update and Pre Registration Open for LBS and DRM - Aug 14th, 2012
Title: Little Big Show Update and Pre Registration Information
The 5th Little Big Show will be this Saturday at Morse Park in Neosho, MO. Do in part by lack of rain, the city mowing regularly, and the Scheafer family working hard, the course has never looked better. The grass is all mowed, the real thick rough is not as thick or rough, and the Scheafer's planted 3 new alternate positions this past weekend. This should make for some fun rounds. K & S Coins and Sam's Cellar are back on board this year with their generous sponsorships. The Sheafer and Crocker family have also kicked in to get some more awesome custom discs. Lunch will be provided by Sam's so don't worry about planning on leaving for lunch. Sam's has also offered players 10% off food if you want to eat there after the tourney.
The attendance numbers for last 3 PDGA events on the Lucky Monkey Tour have been incredible! There were 97 in Lebanon, MO (June), 104 in Springdale, AR (July), and 109 in Pittsburg, KS (July). Because of these staggering numbers, we are averaging 91.4 players per PDGA events! (That .4 guy looks funny) The pre registers are coming in regularly so it is time to get rolling if you have not pre registered please do so. The disc choice for your players pack are:
Flat Top Rocs
Echo Star Boss
There are also 5 CFR Champion Glow Boss's and BB Aviars for sale for $20. With each of these purchased, you will receive a raffle ticket for the raffle.
TO PRE REGISTRATION
For all of you who are wanting to pre register for any of my tournaments, you may do so in one of two ways:
1) Contact me via e mail, text, or by phone and pay at the shop.
2) Go to http://www.paypal.com Send your entry fee plus $2/ Player (a Pay Pal Fee) to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please include tournament name, your Division, PDGA # (if you do not have one add the $10 PDGA fee), address, Phone number, and your Disc Choice (give your top 3 selections).
YOU MAY PRE REGISTER FOR THE DALE ROBERT'S MEMORIAL USING THE SAME METHOD ABOVE