NCRA US Open Racquetball Grant

I hereby submit my application for the North Carolina Racquetball Association Grant. The winning application is eligible for $1000.00 to attend the Racquetball US Open (Oct 3-7) in Minneapolis, MN.

The recipient of the NCRA US Open Racquetball Grant:

  • Never previously attended/played in the US Open Racquetball Championship.

  • Must be a citizen of the United States and a current NCRA member.

  • Must submit an application and an essay no longer than 500 words ( see essay topic below)

  • Must sign a NCRA Racquetball liability waiver as well as a release for use of his/her likeness in publications at NCRA Racquetball’s discretion.

  • Must write a short bio to be placed on the state website.

  • Must accept these terms and conditions in a signed agreement.

  • Must show proof of entry in order to receive grant money.

  • $1000.00 to cover tournament expenses.

  • Must provide receipts for all expenses by November 30, 2018 along with a brief summary of your experience to be used on the NCRA web site.

**If the winning recipient is not able to attend US Open Racquetball Championship then the grant money will defer to the runner up.

The essay and application becomes the property of NCRA and will not be returned. The NCRA Board will make the final determination as to who will receive the grant. Any misrepresentation or inaccuracy of any provided information renders this application null and void.

Please submit your online application below. The deadline for submission is August 1, 2018 by 11:59 pm, with the recipient announcement on or before August 18, 2018. 

Essay Topic: How I have promoted racquetball in the state of North Carolina and what my future plans are for promoting racquetball in the state of North Carolina. (500 words or less).

Note: The US Open Grant winning recipient will not be eligible again. Additionally, NCRA Board Members are not eligible for the US Open Grant.

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Should be the phone where you can be contacted the easiest.
Should be 500 words or less