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dogbert
01-21-2009, 02:25 PM
I know a few of us participated in the INT League, including some of the Tige Pro riders. It's lots of fun, so you folks in Utah and Oklahoma, go ahead and get involved.


INT is excited to introduce two new state coordinators in Utah and Oklahoma! Dustin and Brooke Taylor will be hosting events in Utah this summer. SuzAnne Hibbing and her husband Gary will be coordinating INT events in Oklahoma. Chris and Holly Davis are re-joining INT as State Coordinators in New England, as Tom and Dianne Peterson are stepping down. The rookie coordinators are exited to come on board and make a difference in their water sports community.

New State Coordinators are required to participate in a three day training program where they are taught all of the trade secrets that have helped to make the INT League the most successful amateur waterski, wakeboard, kneeboard and wakeskate tournament tour. “Rookie Camp,” as the training program is fondly called, focuses on consistency, family fun and professionalism. When the rookies get back to their states, they start looking for tournament sites, local sponsors and attending local boat shows.

*INT is still looking for coordinators in Georgia and Minnesota; please contact INT (http://www.intleague.com)by February 10th for more information

Moki
01-28-2009, 04:35 AM
I know a few of us participated in the INT League, including some of the Tige Pro riders. It's lots of fun, so you folks in Utah and Oklahoma, go ahead and get involved.


INT is excited to introduce two new state coordinators in Utah and Oklahoma! Dustin and Brooke Taylor will be hosting events in Utah this summer. SuzAnne Hibbing and her husband Gary will be coordinating INT events in Oklahoma. Chris and Holly Davis are re-joining INT as State Coordinators in New England, as Tom and Dianne Peterson are stepping down. The rookie coordinators are exited to come on board and make a difference in their water sports community.

New State Coordinators are required to participate in a three day training program where they are taught all of the trade secrets that have helped to make the INT League the most successful amateur waterski, wakeboard, kneeboard and wakeskate tournament tour. “Rookie Camp,” as the training program is fondly called, focuses on consistency, family fun and professionalism. When the rookies get back to their states, they start looking for tournament sites, local sponsors and attending local boat shows.

*INT is still looking for coordinators in Georgia and Minnesota; please contact INT (http://www.intleague.com)by February 10th for more information

That's awesome - I can't wait to hear when the events are coming!:ro: But Oklahoma isn't a state, it's a city;):)

dogbert
01-28-2009, 01:23 PM
That's awesome - I can't wait to hear when the events are coming!:ro: But Oklahoma isn't a state, it's a city;):)

I think they're going to need some help...get in touch with tall, I think he's interested also. If your kids ride at all then it's worthwhile, no matter what level they're at. Riders compete against other riders in comparable skill levels

Tanner
02-02-2009, 02:16 AM
That's awesome - I can't wait to hear when the events are coming!:ro: But Oklahoma isn't a state, it's a city;):)

I don't see how you have the time to get on here and play on the net w/ so many wives that need pleasing! ;) :D