Athletic Management leader’s contribution to help North Carolina sports officials and schools rebuild
October 10, 2018 (Sandy, Utah) — ArbiterSports today announced that it has contributed $5,000 to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) for distribution among NCHSAA member sports officials and schools affected by Hurricane Florence. Earlier this month, Hurricane Florence caused extensive flooding and severe damage for thousands of residents in the Carolinas.
“We thank ArbiterSports for its generous donation to help our sports officials and member schools affected by Hurricane Florence,” said Que Tucker, NCHSSA Commissioner, “Many of the sports officials and schools in the eastern part of our state were affected by the hurricane, and it is wonderful to be able to help them begin to rebuild.
ArbiterSports values teamwork and is dedicated to helping its clients’ communities affected by devasting disasters. Working together in time of need epitomizes the athletic spirit of teamwork fostered by both ArbiterSports and NCHSAA.
“Our heartfelt prayers go out to all who were affected by the hurricane in North Carolina,” said Jeff Triplette, CEO, “We hope our contribution will help support NCHSAA sports officials and member schools now in the process of rebuilding.”
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NHSAA) provides governance and leadership across the state for interscholastic athletic programs that support and enrich the educational experience of students. The Association has more than 400 member schools and certifies the eligibility of over 200,000 athletes annually. NCHSAA is committed to providing a wholesome athletic environment for all participants. For more information, visit www.nchsaa.org.