| Thursday, March 23, 2017
Make your 2017 Swim-a-Thon the most fun and successful fundraising event you can imagine!
When your athletes and coaches find out they are competing to win awesome prizes, and a chance at the grand prize - a personal club visit from Olympic medalist Katie Meili, they will be more motivated than ever to raise the fundraising bar.
The rules are super simple just host a USA Swimming Foundation Swim-a-Thon between December 2016 and November 2017 and you are automatically entered into our 2017 contest! Not interested? No worries. You can always opt out.
Here's how it works:
Host a USA Swimming Foundation Swim-a-Thon and earn points for dollars raised. Check out our Official Rules (see below) to learn how you can earn some fun and very easy bonus points. Clubs will compete against each other to get the most points.
How do you win? If your club has the most points in your category, then you're a Gold Medal winner! To keep the contest fair, categories are based on the size of your club. The category winners are called Gold Medal winners because who doesn't want to go for the gold?
What do Gold Medal winners get? Pretty epic prizes! Including an entry into the Grand Prize drawing, a customized Deck Pass Patch for your club or team, $200 in Visa gift cards, AND a gift certificate to a pizza joint to host a really sweet team party!
And that's not all! One Gold Medal winner will be randomly drawn, and if your team or club is chosen, then you'll receive the Grand Prize - a personal visit in 2018 from Olympic medalist, Katie Meili!
But wait...there's more! As the Grand Prize winner you'll also receive one year of free licensing fees to SwimOffice Team Management, compliments of TeamUnify!
Aren't you ready to host a USA Swimming Foundation Swim-a-Thon this year? Don't wait! Get started now and be on your way to making your 2015 fundraising event the most successful yet!
Gold Medal winners will be announced February 8, 2018 and the Grand Prize Winner will be drawn on February 15, 2018.
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