Marketing Wolf Pack Baseball Camps

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Title: Marketing Wolf Pack Baseball Camps
Author: Pridgen, George
Abstract: Youth camps are a part of recreation, sport, and social programs throughout America. There are many values associated with attending camps. Youth learn valuable leadership and social skills, technical skills to accomplish a task or project, or tactical skills to learn how to play a game. There are many organizations that are geared to helping youth develop these skills. Research shows that attending camps can have a lasting effect on youth and their future development (Shepard & Speelman, 1986). The purpose of the paper is to discuss the various benefits of camps and the many ways to market these camps. The purpose is to prove that camps specifically sport-based camps can help develop youth mentally and physically.
Publisher: North Carolina State University. Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Date: 2009
Series/Report No.: North Carolina State University (Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management)
URI: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.4/3573


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