As an opportunity, this was too good to pass on, and we built a new local league. Wouldn't a flyer like this one encourage your league players?
WIN A TRIP TO VEGAS!!!
[NAME WITHHELD] BILLIARDS ALL-STAR 8-BALL LEAGUE STARTING PLAY ON October 14, 2010
This league will be sanctioned by the American Cue Sports Alliance
and will play using the World Standardized Rules of 8-ball
(the rules used by the Billiard Congress of America, Cue Sports International
and the Valley National 8-Ball Association - BCA/ACS handicap system)
$10 annual individual membership
qualifies ALL players for US, Canadian and Florida State events
Go to www.americancuesports.org for details
American Cue Sports Alliance is a non-profit organization!
Weekly fee of $10 per player includes
FREE PLAY AT ANY TIME DURING THE WEEK
THAT TABLES ARE AVAILABLE!!
Prize list based on 10 teams, 20-week season:
First Place Team - $2,600*
(*All expenses for trip to Las Vegas for the ACS Nationals in May, 2011)
Second Place Team - $1,300
Third Place Team - $700
Fourth Place Team - $500
Fifth Place Team - $400
Sixth Place Team - $300
Teams finishing 7th thru 10th
will play for "Hard Luck" prize of $300
High Individual Average - First $200, 2nd $100, 3rd, $50
Secretary - $550 for entire season
Remember…while only the championship team wins the free trip, ALL teams and individuals are automatically qualified for ACS state and national events!And in addition to all the above…ALL INDIVIDUALS PLAYING 8 WEEKS OR MORE QUALIFYFOR A DRAWING TO WIN A $48O LUCASI HYBRID CUE!!
We need only six teams to qualify for sanction by the ACS.
If we have fewer or more than ten teams, the prize list will be adjusted accordingly.
LEAGUE MEETING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7 AT 7:00 PM
Team captain or representative MUST be at this meeting. (Teams that call and say "Let us know if it starts, then we'll play" will NOT be included)
Questions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, we love to learn about your new leagues, rules and opportunities for players. Write us at About.com soon and visit the American Cue Sports Alliance ACS website for more.