Wilmington, OH, February 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Stepping Stones Ranch is currently recruiting teams and sponsors for their 1st Annual Double Dog Dare Ya Dodgeball Tournament – a full day of dodgeball excitement and competition to support local youth and programs at Stepping Stones Ranch.
Register to play by putting together a team representing your business, school, church, organization, or friend group. Teams must consist of 6-10 players, and all participants must be 18 years or older. Cost of registration is $250.00 per team (tax-deductible). Download the registration form by viewing the event at http://buylocalcc.com/event/.
After registration, your team will be able to “double dog dare” another business or organization. For example: (Teachers of First Elementary take the challenge to play and double dog dare teachers of Main Elementary). Each team that registers for the tournament can double dog dare another team, even if you were double dog dared into it. Challenge your competitors to a fun day that will make a difference in the lives of local youth and help support Stepping Stones Ranch.
During the tournament, all teams will play multiple rounds in round robin style and then a double elimination play-off round for finals. Prizes will be awarded for champion team, best dressed, and most spirited.
Stepping Stones Ranch is also seeking event sponsors for a tax deductible donation of $250 or more. Sponsors will get advertisement leading up to tournament, name on back of t-shirts, on banners, on website, and included in press releases and game time announcements.
Stepping Stones Ranch is a 501C3 faith based non-profit organization that provides hope and healing to youth and their families to redeem the past, restore peace and renew hope for a brighter future, one step at a time. The Ranch is certified to use the assistance of horses in Equine Assisted Learning and Rhythmic Riding. As they continue to develop, the Ranch will also provide a residential youth ranch and implement a non-traditional educational program to meet fundamental needs of students.
For more information, call 937-289-0100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.