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5 Apr 2016

AAU Partners with SportsAge ID

AAU Partners with SportsAge ID

AAU Boys Basketball Executive Committee proudly announces we have partnered with SportsAge ID to provide Electronic Age Verification with their streamlined secured electronic process for all AAU Boys Basketball.

A one-time registration fee of only $10.00 covers 100% of all updating and processing fees for as long as an athlete participates in the AAU Boys Basketball Program. 

SportsAge ID’s proprietary technology offers the highest level of security, protecting each athlete’s personal information against tampering and identity fraud. This process offers parents /guardians the convenience of registering athletes from their home or office, using a computer or smart phone in just a few minutes.

SportsAge ID’s technology eliminates the need for parents to wait in long DMV lines for identification cards (average costs $23.00), long lines at the registrar’s office to obtain birth certificates (average costs $18.00), or the need to provide coaches with photo identification cards or birth certificates each season.

All information to quickly process with SportsAge ID is available to all AAU members via the secured link provided by SportsAge ID. 


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