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Umpire Groups Renew Titanium Memberships

Two umpire groups recently renewed their Association Advantage Titanium memberships with NASO in recent weeks.

Board of Directors to Meet

The NASO Board of Directors is conducting its spring meeting April 13-14 in Chicago.

Officials for Kids New Titanium Member

Officials for Kids is the latest group to take advantage of NASO’s Association Advantage program as a new Titanium group member.

SIBUA Goes Titanium Shield

The Staten Island (N.Y.) Baseball Umpires Association (SIBUA) is the latest group to take advantage of NASO’s Association Advantage program.

Polo, Baseball Umpire Groups Renew

The Contra Costa Umpires Association (CCUA) and US Polo Association (USPA) recently renewed as NASO’s Association Advantage Titanium members.

IHSAA Renews for State Groups

The Iowa High School Athletic Association has renewed its Association Advantage Platinum membership for its state groups.

Pereira Speaks to St. Louis Sports Commission

Mike Pereira, Fox Sports rules analyst and a member of NASO's Board of Directors, was a guest speaker at the St. Louis Sports Commission's board of directors meeting.

Two Titanium Members Renew

The Central Coast Conference Baseball Umpires Association (CCCBUA) and Unity in Community have each renewed their NASO group memberships.

Michigan Senator Introduces Assault Bill

Michigan Senator Morris Hood introduced a bill in late January that calls for harsher penalties for people who assault a sports official or encourage others to attack a sports official.

NASO Board Member Honored by NFLRA

The National Football League Referees Association (NFLRA) selected Bill Carollo, who officiated in the NFL for two decades and who currently serves as treasurer on NASO’s board of directors, as its 2015 Honoree award recipient.


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