BUSINESS OF CURLING PROGRAMS
The NACA will be holding a Business of Curling Symposium in May 2017,information will be mailed to the Curling Clubs.
Curling clubs are experiencing a variety of problems adapting to an ever changing world. There are pressures of new sources of revenue, membership recruitment, membership retention, volunteer management, marketing and many more. The NACA has several course conductors trained to help clubs answer these questions.
What is the Business of Curling Program?
Phase 1 - is a one-day workshop of three to six clubs sharing ideas, exploring other ways of doing business, seeing how trends affect our clubs and looking at customer service.
Phase 2 - is a two-day work shop with one club developing a short term strategic plan.
Phase 3 - is a one-year commitment to research and creating a long term business plan.
CURLING CLUB INFORMATION
Safety First Presentation - Is a presentation by Curling Canada regarding injury prevention for curling participants of all ages.
Promotional Posters - Following last season’s exciting action, Curling Canada has developed these promotional posters to help curling centres recruit new customers for the upcoming season. It’s very simple process by downloading the size of poster they would like to use. The posters are print-ready and are able to customized to a specific message.