Originally Posted by GETKNOWN
You bring up a very good point. Im still in the early stages of getting this team created and legitimized. Probably won't have it running until january or february. Proposal has to be passed by a bunch of different people...sucks but its start I guess
You may find that the more experience you have dealing with school policies written by somebody that has no clue how paintball works, discretion is the answer.
As you get your club set up, don't bite off more than you can chew. Don't go out and try to buy a full field to have on campus, don't go after a million different sponsors, and don't stretch yourself too thin. Get your players together, start practicing at a local field, and build up experience as a team. You don't need matching jerseys, 2012 gear, or sick custom headbands. Keep it simple while you build your foundation. Write out a general timeline to plan out your progress as a club. Figure out what needs to happen when, do the research, and get it done.