So you’ve just started a U.S. Masters Swimming program. Or maybe you’re a new coach at an existing program and not sure what to do next. Our Building a Successful Swim Program guide is a great place to start. Also check out our Adult Swim Program Resources guide. In addition, our club and coach services staff can provide assistance to any registered club or workout group across the country.
Bill Brenner, Chief Operating Officer and Director, Education
Phone: 941-556-6278 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Marianne Groenings, Director, Events and Programs
Phone: 941-556-6283 | email@example.com
Holly Neumann, Manager, Adult Learn to Swim & Foundation Programs
Phone: 941-556-6285 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mel Goldstein, Coordinator, Education
Phone: 317-253-8289 | email@example.com
Everyone loves USMS stuff. Use these great USMS logo items as giveaways for your swimmers and to generate buzz at your facility: swim caps, stickers, luggage tags, cling decals for your car, and more. Fly your USMS colors with pride!
Vinyl banners are available for any location that offers a USMS program. These 3-foot-by-6-foot co-branded banners, with club logo and the USMS logo, can be hung at your facility to bring attention to your adult swimming program or you can take it to a swim meet or other event and show your club pride.
Most likely, your program is located in a facility that caters to the public or a larger membership. We have full-color informational brochures and signage so potential members know about the quality adult swim program you’re offering.
If you represent a facility and are interested in learning more, please email Club and Coach Services to find out how a Masters Swimming program can benefit your facility. You can also request a 4-foot-by-6-foot facility sticker to place around your facility to let patrons know that adult swimming programs are offered.
USMS has developed templates to help you promote your swimming activities and special events. These fliers can be attached to emails, posted on your website, and sent to your local press. Printed fliers can be posted at strategic locations in your community, such as swim shops, bike and running stores, or nutritional supplement outlets–anywhere athletes or potential swimmers gather.
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