That phone call. Every parent – especially ones with kids in sports – has gotten that phone call. “I know it’s last minute, but…” “I need my…” “I forgot to tell you…”
It’s difficult to get all the necessary details from your kids that you need from coaches and administrators. That’s why one startup company, Jersey Watch, built sports management software to help youth sports coaches and administrators communicate with parents on things such as schedules, practices, equipment and even website management.
Jersey Watch, a member of startup accelerator The Brandery’s Class of 2015, is a business that constructs sports websites to match your needs. The platform, created by David Carter and Tim Gusweiler, makes it easy for organizations to launch and manage a professional-grade website.
Located in Athens, Ohio, and launched in 2012, Jersey Watch is ideal for sports organizations who are interested in getting a new and improved website for their league or team. “We care about sports and we’re excited to help improve the experience for administrators, coaches, parents, players and fans,” says Carter.
Having a user-friendly, up-and-running website can be the key to keeping a team or league organized. Whether posting news and score announcements or integrating your favorite calendar and Facebook page, Jersey Watch gives you the tools to save time and effort in managing your program’s website.
Through targeted marketing that is fueled by the team’s passion for family, community and youth sports, Jersey Watch is in four states, used by 10,000 teams, serving more than 100,000 athletes in the midwest, with a client list including businesses such as Wilson Sporting Goods, Pizza Hut and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.