Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association
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Club Presidents, One area that we will be focusing on in the 2019 season is making sure you, as affiliated CMSA clubs, have the tools you need to grow your clubs and have successful shoots. The first way that we will be doing this is through training. Each year there are many new club presidents, secretaries, scorekeepers, etc. and many items that we may think are common knowledge are new to many of you. For example, did you know that with each new membership your club sends in to CMSA your club gets a $20 credit, and with each renewal your club gets a $10 credit? To help with training, we have launched our CMSA YouTube page, which will be filled with videos that train clubs how to use the scoring software and membership tools online, as well as general membership training such as how to use the "hold my spot" feature, and many more.We have plans for many more videos: in 2019 we'll have a "What is CMSA?" video you can take to demos, clinics, and booths for potential or new members. We'll have videos for news, announcements, training, and more. These will all be added to our YouTube page, plus we will also have a page on our website dedicated to instruction/training. Our goal is to make our website a 1-stop place for clubs and members to learn about the ins and outs of cowboy mounted shooting. The first video on our YouTube page is "How to submit a CMSA Club Event Online": www.youtube.com/watch?v=zicqi23YR6M&feature=youtu.beIf you wish to download the video rather than watch it on YouTube, there is a link in the description. Our schedule for the next few training videos will be as follows: How to use "hold my spot", both from the membership side as well as club management side How to submit club practices, demos, and clinics to the CMSA website. How to manage your club memberships and club points on the CMSA website How to use the CMSA Scoring SoftwareThose are the first on our list but there will be many more coming. Please share this email with your secretaries or other club members as needed. Thanks for all you do, Greg FryCMSA Executive Director ... See moreSee less
How to submit a CMSA club event online
This video describes the process on how to submit a CMSA club event online. To download this video to save to your computer, visit this link: www.dro...
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