Disclosure: This blog is in sponsorship with Hotels4Teams, but all thoughts and opinions are my very own.
I am excited to announce that I am an official Hotels4Teams Sports Mom Ambassador.
What is Hotels4Teams?
Hotels4Teams is a sister company of the THS Company. THS Company is celebrating 20 years this year and they are the leading Nationals Sports Housing company in the United States. Hotels4Teams was created to help teams, coaches and parents book their hotel stays when traveling for sports, where there is no required traveling policy. Heard of Expedia and Orbitz? Well, Hotels4Teams can be compared to that. When you use Hotels4Teams you can find the closest hotels to the venue your team will be at. You are able to select a block of rooms very easily. Not looking for a block of rooms for the whole team? You can search for an individual room as well.
Hotels4Teams does not only connect you with rooms, but they also offer a very large database of travel guides for all cities around the United States. Take a look at Des Moines’ Travel Guide. Take note on the right-hand side of the page. You can search by city or search by venue your team needs to be closest to. I love how flexible it is!
What can you expect from me?
As a Hotels4Teams Sports Mom Ambassador I will be discussing all sorts of topics as they relate to being a sports mom. My kids are young and are just dipping their toes into sports, dance and tumbling. Each week, I will be discussing topics such as early childhood sports, packing for practice, volunteering, budgeting for sports and more.
Interested in a specific topic related to sports and being a sports mom? Feel free to comment below or contact me. I would love to cover it for you!
I believe children being involved in sports, dance, tumbling, or any team activity is a great way for our children to learn how to work well with other. Sports builds character, patience, kindness and more. As the years go by sports begin to get more intense and I believe parents (sports moms!) play an important role. Not only are we cheering on the team as a whole, but we are our child’s personal cheerleader first. You know when you are the wild one on the sidelines, cheering your child’s name and they turn to look at you with a big grin on their face? Their confidence has just skyrocketed and they believe they can do anything.
Over the next few weeks I hope you find my posts and topics useful and helpful as you dip your toes into the sports team world or if you have been a sports mom for years, you learn something new!
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