Registration begins Sept. Thousands of athletes and fans from the United States and Canada will be arriving for a week filled with competitions and parties. Switzer, a Kansas City native, has a twin brother and two other brothers. He works in the family painting business and in their staffing business for the construction industry. This is just the second time Kansas City has hosted the Gay World Series; the other time was in So we shattered it!
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The competitive softball tournament features a record LGBTQ softball teams, with more than 3, players from 45 cities across North America. Event Opening Ceremonies will follow beginning at p. Formed in , North American Amateur Athletic Alliance NAGAAA is a c3 international sports organization comprised of men and women dedicated to providing opportunity and access for the LGBT community to participate in organized softball competition in safe environments. Currently, more than 17, players from 45 cities across Canada and the United States participate in member leagues, and the best of these teams converge once a year for head-to-head competition at the annual Gay Softball World Series.
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During his tenure, the league grew from approximately 29 teams to 38 teams, continuing the status of one of the largest leagues in NAGAAA. Ya Sure Betcha! Kevin has been an active member of the Twin Cities Goodtime Softball League for the last 10 years and this is his first appointment to a tournament planning committee. In , Kevin founded LGHTR, a digital experience agency that serves mid-size Minnesota companies looking to compete nationally and internationally by helping them use technology and design to create a competitive advantage over larger competitors.
Hall of Fame Class of Steve Gomes. Steve has been involved in PSGSL since its inception and has contributed to the league in many different capacities. He served as the assistant commissioner for 5 years and is currently serving his second term as Open Division Director. Off the field he has helped with community outreach, the pride float and booth, and served on different league committees.