Up for Bid: 2019 National Beep Baseball World Series

By Connect Sports Staff, April 17, 2017

The National Beep Baseball Association is currently seeking bids to host the 2019 NBBA Beep Baseball World Series. The association has organized events for the adaptive version of America’s favorite pastime for the blind, low-vision and legally blind since 1976 . Here are the details:

Deadline to bid: June 8

Preferred dates: Last week of July or first week of August

Venue requirements:  12 fields 

Estimated number of attendees: 500

Hotel requirements: Minimum 160 rooms; banquet facility for 500 people; dog relief area on the premises

Room nights: 160 per night 

Rate: $99-$129

Rights Fee: $3,500

For the complete RFP, click here.

For more information, email Jan Traphagan, tournament committee chair, at tournaments@nbba.org.

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