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2011 Winter Blast

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2011 Winter Blast...

offers outstanding playing opportunities during the winter months. This is the largest winter tournament series available anywhere! Each tournament will offer outstanding facilities, experienced officials, and the best basketball value available! The winter schedule includes six National Championship Qualifiers!

Why PrimeTime Sports?

We understand you and your team have many playing choices. There are many reasons to choose our events...

  • A regulation clock is used for all tournaments.
  • There is a 3 game minimum for all Winter Blast tournaments.
  • Our entry fees are simply the best value available to your team.
  • We offer on-line registration, schedules & results for all events.
  • We only employ certified officials.
  • Individual and team awards are presented in all divisions.
  • Lodging discounts are available for all events.
  • Someone from our management team is at each event; you will never hear it's the local director's problem!

Our commitment to competitive excellence has allowed PrimeTime Sports to become the leading provider of youth tournaments in Texas and the fastest growing youth basketball organization in the country! We invite you try one of our events and see why. If you have played with us before, welcome back and thanks for all your support!

Cost

Individual Tournament Entry

The Individual Tournament Entry Fee for a National Championship Qualifier held in Dallas, TX, or Houston, TX, is $230. The Entry Fee for all other individual tournament entries is $215. Entry Deadline for each tournament is 10 days prior to the first day of the tournament. Any entry accepted after the Entry Deadline will be charged a $15 late entry fee.

Tournament Series Entry

A Tournament Series discount is available for any team which enters and prepays for 3 or more tournaments. You receive a $30 per tournament discount for each tournament you enter and prepay as part of your Tournament Series Entry. For example, if you enter 3 tournaments priced at $215 each, your total entry will be $555 ($645 regular cost minus $90 discount for Tournament Series entry). Entry Deadline for the Tournament Series Entry is 10 days prior to the first day of the first tournament selected as part of your Tournament Series Entry. The Tournament Series discount is only available for the tournaments selected under this option AND prepaid as part of this the Tournament Series Entry. The Tournament Series Entry does NOT apply to subsequent Individual Tournament Entries. All tournaments selected must be in the 2011 Winter Blast Season. Any entry accepted after the Entry Deadline will be charged a $15 late entry fee. In order to keep tournament pricing the same for this season, late entry fees cannot be waived.

More Information

We encourage you to compare the value of our events to other tournaments and leagues. Even at full price, our tournaments are priced at $71 per game compared to nearly $100 per game charged by other organizations! The difference is even greater if you take advantage of our Tournament Series Entry, which allows you a $30 discount for each tournament you enter and prepay as part of your Tournament Series entry. Your cost can be as low as $61 per game with a Tournament Series Entry!

Payment for all Entry Fees must be by money order, certified check, or credit card; no personal or business checks accepted.

To enter or for more information, contact PrimeTime Sports at 972-355-3788 or visit the website at www.primetimesportz.com.

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