The Crown Lacrosse Classic and Payball, the simple, fast and affordable way to pay officials, staff and contractors, announced today a partnership built on the mission to simplify the way organizations run their payroll in a more efficient way.
“Payball's mission is to simplify the lives of all the unsung heroes out there who work tirelessly to let the rest of us play,” said Payball founder Pete Makover. “The Crown Lacrosse event is a perfect example of what a small group of passionate people can achieve by working hard to grow one of the best games on the planet. We are enormously proud to help bring top tier NCAA lacrosse to Charlotte!”
As part of the partnership agreement, Payball will become one of the presenting sponsors of The Crown Lacrosse Classic. Payball is a marketplace for sports organizations and their service providers. Paying sports officials, event staff, and coaches is often an administrative nightmare, Payball’s mobile app simplifies the process for your organization, enabling you to make payments instantly with full tracking and reporting capabilities.
“We are thankful to Pete Makover with Payball for believing in The Crown Lacrosse Classic Mission, which is to bring the lacrosse world together for one weekend to celebrate this game of lacrosse,” said The Crown Lacrosse Classic co-founder Chris Schiller said. “ We absolutely love partnering with organizations who have the same passion for lacrosse as we do. Payball is allowing so many lacrosse organizations to run their payroll in a more efficient way and we couldn’t be happier to partner with them.”
Payball will receive traditional marketing and sales assets through The Crown Lacrosse Classic channels, including in-stadium, broadcast, digital promotions.
Both single day and two day passes for The Crown Lacrosse Classic are on sale here. For more information on tickets and event details, please call The Crown Lacrosse Classic box office at 704-206-1515.
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