As the weekend approaches, there are a lot of opportunities to capture all the little things that make your team unique, fun, and awesome. From poolside antics at practice to podium medals at meets, weekend festivities make it easy to capture and share all the fun that is going on with your team and that is exactly what TeamFeed is all about.
To help you kick off the weekend, we wanted to share a few posts from two teams that are doing a truly outstanding job with their TeamFeeds. The Galveston Island Swim Team out of Galveston, Texas and Midnight Sun Swim Team from Fairbanks, Alaska.
Both of these teams were able to post fun, unique, and informational posts that build up to the weekend's meet and celebrate their team wins. The other thing that we love is that it isn't just one team admin that is posting. It is awesome to see multiple coaches and administrators getting involved with the team sharing. Each administrator has something important to capture, post and share. One extra perk—each extra administrator who posts also gives their team an extra entry into the TeamFeed Contest!
Looks like the secret recipe is to capture the moment, share the win, add personality, and get everyone involved. Check out these teams' awesome posts and get inspired for the upcoming weekend!
We've had an amazing first week of the TeamFeed Contest and know that this weekend will be filled with even more great moments that you can capture and share with your team. And best of all, the more you share, the more entries you will earn in the TeamFeed Contest.
Remember, the winner of the TeamFeed Contest gets an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the Golden Goggles in Los Angeles this November or one of two GoPro Cameras. If you haven't yet heard of the contest, you can learn more by visiting the TeamFeed Contest on our corporate site. You still have over a week left, so check it out today!
TeamFeed is a part of the SwimOffice Pro package here at TeamUnify and allows clubs to share videos, pictures, workouts, voice notes and more with their teams privately, publicly, or even to their team's Facebook page. Good luck and keep posting!