Make your plans to attend the 2020 ABCA Convention, which will be held Jan. 2-5, 2020 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee! Registration, which is presented by Traveling Teams, for the 2020 ABCA Convention opened on September 1 and is limited to the first 7,100 registrants. Sign ups will be accepted until all 7,100 spots are filled. Official ABCA Convention Hotels also opened room blocks with discounted room rates on September 1.
The Early Bird registration for the convention is $80 from September 1 through October 16. The $100 Early Advanced Registration period runs from October 17 - November 20. The Late Advanced Registration period runs from Nov. 21 - Dec. 18 and is $120. After December 18, Late Registration rate is $150. Registrations will stop being accepted as soon as all 7,100 spots are full, so coaches are highly encouraged to register early to save on costs & secure their spot at the 76th annual ABCA Convention!
The 2020 ABCA Convention is the eighth time in history that the event will be held in Nashville, Tennessee. The festivities will kick off on Thursday, Jan. 2 with the opening of the ABCA Trade Show and the Expo Theater. The ABCA Trade Show will feature more than 300 baseball companies displaying state-of-the-art equipment and services, releasing new products and showcasing the latest and greatest in innovative services, technology & more! The Expo Theater will have around 20 clinics throughout a three-day span with product demos and releases by ABCA partners and exhibitors. The Expo Theater will also include member coach presentations.
ABCA Second Vice President Dan McDonnell of the University of Louisville and Rick Hitt of South Florida State College have put together an excellent lineup of speakers for the nearly 25 main-stage clinics presented by ATEC that will be released at the beginning of September. The main-stage clinics will get underway on Friday, Jan. 3 with a presentation by 2019 National Champion & Vanderbilt University head coach, Tim Corbin. The clinics will run through the morning of Sunday, Jan. 5.
Run concurrently on Friday & Saturday at the convention will be the Youth Coaches Session. The Youth Coaches Session will host about 15 clinics tailored specifically for coaches of youth-level teams up to age 14. Question and Answer sessions will follow up each main-stage & Youth Coaches Session clinic to give attendees time to pick the brain of each presenter.
All coaches that registered and checked-in on site in Nashville will once again receive the entire clinic video set for free after the convention. The complete set includes the main stage clinics, Youth Coaches Sessions as well as Expo Theater presentations! All the videos will be available on www.ABCAvideos.org at the conclusion of the convention.
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