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TUC...What's with the false advertising?

Postby rchaos » Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:26 pm

Excerpt from the TUC 2008 Registration Information Page:

"The annual TUC membership is valid from April 1, 2008 to March 31, 2009. All players in TUC leagues must first be a valid member of the Toronto Ultimate Club. Membership privileges include:

Free membership package including an authentic 2008 TUC Member Disc, an instructional ‘Ultimate 101â€￾ DVD, TUC sticker and magnet, and for introductory members a copy of the 11th edition UPA Rulebook.

Free TUC events – skills & theory clinics, new & improved parties, hat tournaments, Midseason tournament, Playoffs tournaments;


Free LAYOUT– the TUC e-newsletter delivering important updates and latest news directly to your inbox;

Free Pie Plate – year end souvenir magazine;

Partner Discounts on discs, apparel, sports medical products, and TEAM MEALS;

Participants accidental liability coverage for all TUC members

Volunteer Programs – opportunity to teach youth, promote Spirit, and help the Club at events or on committees – earning you FREE GEAR at the TUC Shop;

TUC Shop – get your Ultimate gear at our head office located at 1185 Eglinton Ave. East, Suite 703, North York.

Member voting rights at our Annual General Meeting (not included in Intro Membership)

Free membership to the Ontario Disc Sports Association, allowing you to receive the ODSA newsletter and take advantage of their partner discounts

Dedicated TUC Managers – we are here for you!"
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Postby -JR- » Fri Apr 25, 2008 2:07 pm

Apologies for the confusion. We have made the decision to now charge a minimum fee of $5 for outdoor clinics, and we missed updating some of our communications.

The reason for this is simple - the City of Toronto has increased its fees for all fields by 8% in 2008. Whenever TUC hosts a clinic we try to keep it as cheap as possible for the members - we generally lose money on field expenses for clinics, and we don't mind doing so for the sake of development, but not to the degree of an additional 8% loss. This is not an attempt to 'make money', but rather maintain a similiar 'loss' to year's past.

Also please bare in mind that other Clubs charge in the range of $25 per outdoor clinic. And we charge non-TUC members usually $10-$15 more to attend our clinics.

Feel free to contact the TUC office if you wish to comment further. Again apologies for any inconsistency.
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Postby rahil_s » Fri Apr 25, 2008 2:30 pm

Hey Rich, We still need help with coaches. Interested?
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