Our son plays 11u USSSA travel baseball, so when in season we are a traveling baseball family. The tournaments are set up so that each team plays two games on Saturday and two games on Sunday depending on your seed. The boys on the team are dedicated players and are playing at a high level for their age. The games include great pitching and fielding with lots of “oohs and aaahs” including diving plays, double plays, stealing bases, sliding into home, fastballs, change-ups, strike outs, home runs, and of course, a bit of friendly heckling toward the umpires. Teams come from all over the southeast to participate. We used to own a boat. This is now our family’s “boat”.
I’m writing this today because I recently had a great conversation with Susanne Graham from Next Level Hitting in St. Louis, MO. She and her husband are opening a training facility where baseball and softball teams can come in for hitting practice and also one-on-one instruction. They are looking to WaiverSign to help them manage their waivers and to make the process very easy to look up when someone comes into the facility to train. Susanne is excited about going digital and having the waiver signing process organized from the beginning. I’m excited that we can help Susanne and Next Level Hitting do that with our winning digital waiver solution. Like baseball, WaiverSign is multifaceted and can handle liability forms, damage release forms, consent forms, rental agreements, participation agreements and so much more. We work with adventure tour companies, ranches, yoga studios, karate studios, spas, brow and lash studios, and large scale businesses like pro-football, basketball and hockey teams. The possibilities to use WaiverSign are limitless.
It was a great conversation not only because it’s fun to talk to someone who equally loves baseball, but it was cool to learn that she’s been through exactly what we’re going through now. I also felt like I was able to offer Next Level Hitting some great options with WaiverSign to help them with what they're going through now which is starting a new business. They have a son that’s now playing at a Division 1 college and still doing well with baseball. As we continued to chat about WaiverSign and baseball, Susanne wrapped up the conversation with a “Good luck this weekend” and she also reminded me to enjoy this time, right now with our son and the sport he loves.