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Super25 : : General
Gerber Named North Florida Director
Drake Browne        
Published: Thursday, September 19, 2013

Perfect Game is proud to announce the appointment of Matt Gerber as the North Florida Regional Director for the Perfect Game Super25 tournament series.

Matt owns and operates the Orlando Scorpions, one of the top travel organizations in the country.  The Scorpions were the 2013 17u WWBA National Champions and 16u Perfect Game World Series Champions.  They boast an impressive resume of top draft picks and Division-One commitments in every graduating class. 

The Super25 tournament series will bring the Perfect Game experience to new regions and age groups.  Super25 will promote baseball as a team sport by requiring consistent rosters from qualifying events through regional tournaments and, ultimately, the Perfect Game Super25 National Championships.

For information about tournaments in the North Florida region, visit PGSuper25.com or contact Matt at matt.gerber@pgsuper25.com

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