2Tealtown Ballpark 4762 Tealtown Rd. Milford, OH 45150 513.752.1546 Established in 1956Completely owned and operated by a volunteer organization known as the Mt. Carmel-Glen Este BoostersThe park sits on 48 acres with 18 ball diamonds and 8 batting cages. It is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the MidwestWe are a non-profit 501c3 organization.teams are registered to play league games out of the park. (Over 1000 kids)During the season the park is visited by teams from around the Tri State, including UC Clermont, Glen-Este High School and the Middle School.Its host to National, Regional and State Final Tournaments each year drawing teams and families from around the MidwestAn estimated 150,000 people visit our park each year.
3Executive Overview How are we organized? How do we operate? 11 member volunteer board elected every 2-3 yearsExecutive committee consisting of:Jim Diana, PresidentAdam Ringland, Vice PresidentBrian Harvey, TreasurerDave Haught, SecretaryHow do we operate?Income is generated through registration fees, concessions, banner sponsorships, and tournamentsWe have 1 full time groundskeeper and 1 part-time helper.We hire high school kids to work our concessions ages 14 and upCurrently, we have an operating budget of about $225K.
4Services Leagues Provided at the park Glen-Este Youth Football T-Ball ages 5-6 years oldCoach Pitch ages 5-7 years oldKnothole ages 7-18 years oldSelect Baseball ages 9-16 year oldGirls Fastpitch Softball ages 8-16 years oldSNAP – Special Needs Athletic ProgramGlen-Este Youth FootballProvided practice facility for both football and cheerleadersWillowville Elementary School PTOUtilized our booster room as a meeting placeBoys and Girl Scouts of AmericaScout Troops within our community utilized our booster room as a gathering place to hold their monthly events.
5Our Mission: To sponsor healthful athletics and social activities, provide supervised recreation, promote good sportsmanship and character to benefit the youth and individuals with special needs in the West Clermont School District, as well as, other youth residents of West Clermont and around the Tri StateObjective: To raise $250,000 in Corporate funding to cover the cost of renovating all 18 ball diamonds, making Tealtown Ballpark the premier baseball and softball park in the Tri-State area.Keys to Success:Recruit more corporate support within the community through banner sales and field naming rights.Minimize field maintenance, increasing the number of games played “less rain outs”Grow Registrations, by providing a safer, better place to play.Grow the SNAP Program large enough to form a new league.Maintain a high approval rate with the Mt. Carmel-Glen Este BoosterGive back to the community, thru a Hardship Scholarship Fund, for those families with children that want to participate in sports but are strapped financially.
6Who Benefits?First and foremost the kids benefit, because by renovating the fields we have less rain outs and they get a great park to play in.Parents benefit because they see the value of their dollar by registering their sons or daughters out of our park vs. another parkStudents benefit by having a place to earn some summer cashUC Clermont and Glen Este High SchoolOur Sponsors Benefit, because they get great exposure within the communityClermont County Benefits, because having great fields allows us to host National TournamentsGenerating revenue for the community by teams traveling in town, staying in our hotels, spending money in our restaurants and retail outlets.Greater Cincinnati Benefits, because there’s no other park like this in the Tri State area that can host National Tournaments at 1 location.
7Tealtown Ballpark 4762 Tealtown Rd. Milford, OH 45150 513.752.1546 2012 Banner Sponsorship CampaignThe 2012 season will be upon us soon and the boosters at the park are on a fence banner sponsorship campaign.Our goal is to raise $50,000 in sponsorship.Proceeds will be used to help renovate all the fields at the park by reconditioning, new crowning and putting grass infields and adding water lines to fields 1-4.We are strictly a volunteer organization owned by the community and operated by the community, for the community. The park is always in need of goods and services.How can you help? By purchasing a Fence Banner, Sponsoring a Field Renovation or donating material/equipment for park renovation project.How does it work?We have four plans available:One 3’ x 5’ fence banners placed on the outfield fences or along the entrance or common areas. $350Field Renovation Sponsorship gives you naming rights to a field $10000 (for fields 5-18) or $ (for fields 1-4)Major sponsorships like naming rights to an entire quad. $37500 (fields 6-9 or 12-15), $75,000 for (fields 1-4)Material/Equipment Donation for Park Renovation ProjectsAll sponsorships are on an annual basis unless negotiated otherwise. Banner locations are on a “First Come, First Serve” basis. Banners are to be provided by the sponsor and are subject to Board approval.Without question we offer one of the most cost effective ways to reach hundreds of local families every day. In addition you are telling everyone you care about the community we live, work and play in.The cost is minimal…the return is priceless