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Las Vegas opens up to 100% occupancy!
- Mask mandate not in affect for those that have been vaccinated
- South Point will still clean and disinfect between squads
June 23, 2021 – Greetings from Las Vegas! In our last email back in May, we made mention of the goal of Nevada to open up – and they did – on June 1st!
The COVID-19 restrictions that were lifted make it possible to schedule two teams per pair using all the lanes as in past pre-pandemic events! More than 1,100 teams are ready!
So that is what we are looking forward to this coming August.
We are happy to report that we will be allowed to have spectators and non-bowling guests as well!
Based on latest CDC recommendations.and recently changed Nevada protocols, South Point no longer has a mask mandate. Wearing a mask is now optional if you have been vaccinated.
So after a year off, we’re ready for the return of the August Military Team Classic – and we can’t wait!
We have a stand-by list for squads that are filled. If your team has a spot but has not completed applications, we might have to give your spot to the stand-by list.
When the 2020 August tournament was cancelled, many teams decided to leave their entry fees for 2021. For those teams that rolled their 2020 entry fees over to this year – make sure you send in new applications for each player as we don’t keep the old ones. Your team won’t be confirmed until we receive them.
- As announced earlier we have decided that since we are not using current season averages we will not be USBC sanctioned or certified. Hundreds of players who did not bowl a league this year will not have to pay the USBC Associate Member fee.
- As announced, confirmations are not mailed this year. Once your team is registered, view and print your confirmation and schedule from our website. Click on Your Personal Confirmation Here!
- When you print your confirmation, also print the info page that comes with it. There is info on how to ship your bowling equipment there and back!
- Although there is no official dress code, we request that all bowlers and spectators dress respectfully for the other bowlers, sponsors and visitors. Keeping in mind this is Las Vegas in August, shorts and hats are allowed!
- And again, as announced, we are not using current year 2020-21 USBC averages since many states had cancelled or discontinued leagues. We use your highest average from 2019-20 or 2018-19. We accept averages from up to 3 years prior, with a 10-pin penalty for each year, for those that do not have an average from 2019-20 or 2018-19. Please see the average rules in the brochure for more details.