Highland: Sports

Highland Quarterback Club to implement website registration

The Highland Quarterback Club has selected Engage Sports of St. Louis to implement a new sports association website and youth football registration process for the youth football and cheerleading programs.

The new service, which will be operational for the 2016 season, will expand the Bulldogs ability to communicate with parents, coaches and the Highland community. Most importantly, the Engage Sports program includes an easy-to-use online football registration platform that will replace manual processes that were inconvenient for parents and time consuming for the Bulldog staff.

The new Highland Quarterback Club website and registration system is scheduled to be operational as of Dec. 1. Prior to the new site rollout, information on the club’s Facebook page.

“We have always planned on having a full web presence,” said Rick Bellm, president of the Highland Quarterback Club. “The Engage Sports program made it economical to launch a Bulldog-branded website, online football and cheerleading registration system, individual team web pages, and a host of other tools that will make running the Highland Quarterback Club much easier.”

Engage Sports is based in St. Louis and is a leader in youth sports and website, registration and management solutions. Engage Sports also supports other associations within the Tri-County Youth Football League of which the Highland Bulldogs are members.

“We are thrilled to support the website and online sports management needs of the Highland Quarterback Club,” said Lynn Campbell, president of Engage Sports. “Converting to an online registration process is a big step for any youth sports association and Engage Sports will make that process easy for their staff and families.”

  Comments