Big Things Happening at TeamPages

by


With our much anticipated launch of the new look TeamPages fast approaching, we want to hear from you, our members. So, to encourage more of the great feedback we’ve been receiving recently, each week for the rest of the summer we will be randomly selecting one feedback comment and sending the contributor a customized TeamPages t-shirt.

Don’t know what the write about? Not a problem! Visit our forums at www.teampages.com/forum and comment on one of the many topics we’ve already created. You can also send us an email to talk-to-us@teampages.com or call our toll-free support line at 1-800-500-7203. No matter how you contact us, we want to hear from you…and give away some free schwag at the same time.


Derek Story

About This Author

Derek grew up playing almost every sport under the sun; from baseball to football to triathlons and marathons, he did it all. Since then he's found himself coaching little league baseball, playing soccer for a local club and working here at TeamPages as a sales manager. Derek often writes for the TeamPages blog when it comes to tutorials, FAQ's and product updates.

One comment on “Big Things Happening at TeamPages

  1. I am the parent of a football player, and the aunt of a chherleader, I have attended all games this season in thier division, I want to express my concearn regaurding, cheerleaders and thier compitition. In the dictionary it says ” a cheerleader is someone that cheers at a sporting event”. Our cheerleaders went to everygame this season no matter how far they had to travel or rain or shine, they cheered for the team. I only saw 2-3 other cheer squads supporting thier teams. and was shocked to find out 9 squads competed at compitition. When these girls are cheering at a sporting event iunstead of practicing thier compition routine, it doesnt seem fair. If these girls are not cheering for thier team at thier games, what gives them the right to compete against the real cheerleaders, that support thier teams at every game? I think there should be some type of regulations about game attendance, for the squads in order for them to compete. It is not fair, if all they do is practice for compition. thats not the definition of a cheerleader. They have no right to be in compition, if they dont cheer for thier team all season, at games! stop the poltics and make it right for the real cheerleaders!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *