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Open Court Prizes

Participants earn points by attending sessions and can earn bonus points when a participant brings a friend, makes a post on social media or has perfect attendance. At the end of the session, participants use their points to redeem prizes.

How do participants earn points?

  • Attend a session: 100 points

  • Bring a buddy: 50 points per buddy (up to 10)
  • Perfect attendance: 300 points
  • Social media shout out: 50 points

Redeemable prizes:

  • Bracelet (300 points)

  • Lanyard (300 points)

  • Water bottle (400 points)

  • Headband (400 points)

  • Hat (500 points)

  • Shorts (500 points)

  • T-shirt (600 points)

  • String bag (600 points)

  • Basketball (700 points)

  • Zip up jacket (800 points)

  • Track pants (800 points)

  • Hooded sweatshirt (900 points)

  • Backpack (1,000 points)

  • Duffle bag (1,000 points)

  • Practice Jersey (1,100 points)

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  • Author:
    TrueSport
  • Date:
    Nov 4, 2020

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