OKLAHOMA CITY — The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) of America, a volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization, is seeking applicants for the position of commissioner for the Minnesota ASA association.
The Minnesota ASA Commissioner should be an individual who is interested in serving as the principal liaison between the local association and the ASA National Office. Those interested in the complete duties of an ASA Commissioner may review them on the ASA website at www.asasoftball.com under the “About ASA” section and ASA Code Article 305.
A panel will interview and make their recommendation of an interim commissioner to the ASA Board of Directors for confirmation. If a qualified candidate is not appointed by the next ASA Council Meeting, the Board of Directors will make a recommendation to the entire Council regarding whether or not the association is to be merged with another.
The ASA was founded in 1933 and has evolved into the strongest softball organization in the country. The growth and development of the association led the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) to name the ASA as the National Governing Body of Softball, pursuant to the Amateur Sports Act of 1978.
Those interested in serving as the ASA Commissioner for the Minnesota ASA association should forward a resume to:
Amateur Softball Association of America
c/o Craig Cress, Director of Membership Services
2801 NE 50th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Résumé’s must be received at the National Office by January 15, 2012. Any questions regarding this position should be directed to Craig Cress, Director of Membership Services for the Amateur Softball Association.
The Amateur Softball Association, founded in 1933, is the National Governing Body of softball in the United States and a member of the United States Olympic Committee. The ASA has become one of the nation’s largest sports organizations and now sanctions competition in every state through a network of 76 local associations. The ASA has grown from a few hundred teams in the early days to over 210,000 teams today, representing a membership of more than three million. For more information on the ASA, visit http://www.asasoftball.com/.
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