Your Boathouse Action Plan| Part I
Is your club rapidly expanding? Are you worried your boathouse needs an overhaul to accommodate? We have a strategic way to increase your space and usability without redesigning from the ground up. A client approached us who required a major overhaul which led us to develop our… Boathouse Action Plan This is a 4 stage boathouse upgrade which saves you both time and money! Step 1 – Think ahead [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent="yes" overflow="visible"][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type="1_1" background_position="left top" background_color="" border_size="" border_color="" border_style="solid" spacing="yes" background_image="" background_repeat="no-repeat" padding="" margin_top="0px" margin_bottom="0px" class="" id=""
Trailer Driving – Are You Doing It Right?
You may have seen the following video circulating on social media lately: It highlights the massive difference weight distribution of trailers can have on stability, when the vehicle or trailer change direction suddenly. Weight loaded at the front of the trailer remains very stable while moving forward, while weight loaded at the rear of the trailer causes both car and a trailer to swerve out of control. Can you imagine if this was you and your club’s shells on your way to
7 Ways to Improve your Rowing Club Management
(Photo credit: Oxford University) Rowing club management can be a lonely job, that’s why we’re here to support you. Our blog is all about connecting you with rowing club management tools, tips and advice written by our own experts and gathered from around the internet. We’re trying to bring the world of rowing closer together, especially the world of rowing club management. Have something to contribute? We’d love to hear from you! Below we have 7 articles from our archives and some new
Protect Your Post-Olympic Recruitment Growth
Does your club get a heap of new member and learn to row joining enquiries after the Olympics? It’s pretty normal. The key is to have a programme ready to welcome your members and an easy way to let people “Try Out” rowing for a small fee before deciding whether to join the club. What are the key goals and strategies for your club? Where do you think you could improve e.g. one club had 75 new learn to row athletes but only