The American Baseball Coaches Association announced a new partnership Tuesday with baseball and fastpitch bat manufacturer Dirty South Bats. The Georgia-based composite bat maker joins the ABCA as a Single Partner.
“We are excited to begin our partnership with Dirty South Bats and welcome them to the convention in January,” said ABCA Executive Director Craig Keilitz. “With 7,100 attendees expected to be on-hand in Nashville, the convention will be a great opportunity for our coaches to experience first-hand the unique and innovative products the team at Dirty South has developed.”
As part of their agreement, Dirty South Bats will exhibit at the 2020 ABCA Convention Trade Show in Nashville, which is expected to be the largest convention in the ABCA’s 76-year history.
“Partnering with the ABCA platform and its members helps to give Dirty South Bats a larger voice in showcasing our composite bat’s technology and performance,” said Tony Mastandrea, CEO of Dirty South Bats. “Dirty South is thrilled to be an American manufacturer of this national pastime, bringing a rifle-approach advancement to our players that range in age from 8 to 22.”
About Dirty South Bats
Dirty South Bats is an American manufacturer of high-performance composite baseball and fastpitch bats. Dirty South Bats are handmade from the finest materials in Winder, Georgia, making every bat a unique masterpiece geared for the elite player. Their low-volume production process ensures the highest quality of product, and their unique sound solidifies that Dirty South Bats are designed to have the most allowable pop. Dirty South Bats is the only manufacturer that produces 100% of its bats in the USA, and they can equip your player from pee-wee to college. Dirty South Bats are available for purchase at DirtySouthBats.com
and customers can demo their bats any time of the year with direct shipping. Be sure to come by Booth #936 and demo their bats at the 2020 ABCA Convention in Nashville.
About the ABCA
The ABCA, founded in 1945, is the primary professional organization for baseball coaches at the amateur level. Its over 11,000 members represent all 50 states and 25 countries. Since its initial meeting of 27 college baseball coaches in June 1945, Association membership has broadened to include eight divisions: NCAA Division I, II and III, NAIA, NJCAA, Pacific Association Division, High School and Youth. The 76th annual ABCA Convention will be held Jan. 2-5, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee.