Team Registration opens on Feb. 15, 2016 and Player Registration will open April 15, 2016
NEW FOR 2016 - 2 PAYMENT OPTIONS
There are two options this year when completing the team registration and paying for the ski town tournament.
Option 1 - Team & Player Fees - Team Fee of $350 & Player Fee of $55
Once Team Registration is completed players then register individually paying a $55 fee (same as previous years).
Option 2 - Flat Rate Team Fee - Team/Player Flat Rate Fee of $1300
Once Team Registration is completed and paid in full the Team Registrar will receive a coupon code to waive their players registration fees.
ALL PLAYERS MUST COMPLETE THE PLAYER REGISTRATION NO MATTER WHICH OPTION THEIR TEAM CHOOSES.
(Option 1: the player would make a payment. Option 2 the player would use a coupon code)
Team Fee Refund Policy:
Any team that pays the Team Fee of $350 will be refunded $250 and any team that pays the Flat Rate Team Fee of $1300 will be refunded $1200. No Team Fee or Flate Rate Team Fee refunds after May 13, 2016.
Player Fee Refund Policy:
Any player that pays the Player Fee of $55 will be refunded $50. No Player Fee refunds after June 8, 2016.
2016 Ski Town Shoot Out Opening Ceremonies Information
Location: New Park Amphitheater
Date: Friday, June 10, 2016 Time: 9:00am
We are so excited to see this tournament grow from 12 teams to just under 100 teams in the last 12 years in beautiful Park City Utah. We invite you all to be a part of the tournament opening ceremonies. This is a fun and unique piece of the tournament, so make sure your team shows up and participates in the parade. We highly encourage face paint, banners, costumes, flags and anything else to show your team spirit!
More information still to come.
The Ski Town Shoot Out is predicated on sportsmanship and camaraderie. According to one participating coach, “This tournament has a spirit and soul that makes it special.”
Celebrate the Creator’s game with us. In our opening ceremonies, players from each team participate in the “Running of the Balls”, building a multicolored lacrosse ball pyramid.
Each level of the pyramid represents the people involved in the game. The base is your teammates, followed by coaches, officials, opponents, and family.
Throughout the event, we ask all participants to instill in the players a sense of honor, respect, and appreciation for the roots of the game.