Meet VNN’s Athletic Director Community
More than a product
When you choose VNN as your digital communications platform, you’re not just joining us, you’re being connected to our network of over 1,500 other athletic directors across the United States.
Here’s how our ADs bring it in.
“As an athlete at the D-1 level you really get to experience what it takes to run a sport, program and school under one collective identity. It was amazing to see how fellow athletes, classmates, professors, alumni and community members – a group so large – were all brought together by one common thread, athletics.”
The Power Player
“Parents love to go to our website and look through the photo galleries and save pictures of their kids. Our media department covers Varsity sports pictures and photo albums. We have about 20 photographers per football game to ensure a cohesive photo gallery.”
Over 1,500 schools trust VNN to help them communicate.
The Tag Team
“Attempting to fix this issue on their own, all of our different sports teams started creating their own individual websites, and while a good gesture, when Jim and I discussed, we decided that one concise place to go online was what we needed for our Athletics Department – so we got in touch with VNN.”
Building the Platform
“With that said, technology was important to me – things I could good do well based on my experience in the English department; instant information, instant community organization. That became a huge focus of mine. Getting the community involved was number one. We’ve got a great school, great kids, and making sure everyone knows what’s happening here at LEHS makes a big difference.”
“We developed the plan so that we could spread our efforts across every event on campus, including student organizations, sports, and clubs. We shine light on those that have moved on to college and/or professional careers, as well as showcasing those that currently attend Agua Fria. Everything is student produced.”
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