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JSVBA Joins with IBVB to Promote Beach Vollyball Participation

Road Trip! Join the JSVBA in making the trip to the Long Beach American Classic in Long Beach, NY on July 17-18, 2004!

Information Posted: May 14, 2004
Event Dates: July 17-18, 2004

We are pleased to announce that the Jersey Shore Volleyball Association, JSVBA, has reached agreement with the Island Beach Volleyball Association, IBVB, to formalize the loose affiliation and co-operation of the two associations that has been in effect since 2002.

July 17-18, 2004 will mark the first return to Long Beach, NY on Long Island for the JSVBA Pro/Am Series since 1992. Has it really been that long?

The JSVBA's affiliation with the IBVB and their Long Beach American Classic Pro/Am Volleyball Tournament brings great amounts of synergy, cross promotion and increased awareness of beach volleyball playing opportunities to tens of thousands of players across the U.S.

The Long Beach American Classic has a guaranteed purse of $13,000 and this combined with the July 3-4 JSVBA Greetings from Asbury Park Tournament creates a pair of events in New Jersey and New York with more than $20,000 in prize money in July.

On July 3-4, 2004 the JSVBA will conducting the 2nd Annual Greetings from Asbury Park tournament with $7,500 in the Pro purses.

Then on July 17-18, 2004 we will be traveling to Long Beach, Long Island for what has quickly become one of the biggest and best beach volleyball tournaments in the United States, the Long Beach American Classic.

This event and the results will be included in the Men's and Women's JSVBA GranPrix Standings for 2004.

REMINDER: You will need to be or become a USAV member to participate in this event and the regulating policies and procedures are those of IBVB, available on the IBVB website at

About Island Beach Volleyball
Island Beach Volleyball Association is a player run organization that is committed to providing an exhilarating volleyball experience that will not only assist in the development of young players and athletes, but in the growth of the sport of beach volleyball.

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