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Myrtle Beach Freedom to host open tryouts at NMB Park and Sports Complex

Source: Myrtle Beach Freedom Facebook page Source: Myrtle Beach Freedom Facebook page

The following is a news release from Myrtle Beach Freedom Professional Indoor Football regarding tryouts:

DATE: Saturday November 21st and Sunday November 22nd
( rain out date Saturday November 28th and Sunday November 29th )

TIME: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

PLACE: North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex

ADDRESS: 150 Citizens Circle, Little River, SC 29566

PHONE: (843) 281 -3800 ( Complex ) / (843) 231- 8180 ( John Gill - Myrtle Beach Freedom )

COST: $50.00 ( pre-register ) / $75.00 ( day of )

To pre-register go to http://myrtlebeachfreedom.com/player-tryouts.html

ATTIRE:

Short sleeve / long sleeve t-shirt or Compression shirt ( no hooded sweatshirts )
Shorts or Sweatpants ( no jeans )
Cleats ( no sneakers )

NOTES:

Pre-register deadline is 5:00 pm Friday November 20th.
150 pre-register limit per day.
We will be outside so you will need cleats for the tryouts.
We are an indoor football team that will be playing on turf during the season.
Bring your own food and drink.

FREE TO THE PUBLIC - COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE MYRTLE BEACH FREEDOM AT OUR OPEN TRYOUT

LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO HELP WITH THE TRYOUTS - Contact John Gill at jgill@myrtlebeachfreedom.com or (843) 231-8180 

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