Archive - Mar 28, 2013 - Sports Article
PAWTUCKET --- You can tell a business is booming when after three months in operation, the owners have been so busy that they havenâ€™t found the time to plan a Grand Opening ceremony.
Thatâ€™s been the case with the ownership group of DH Hitting, LLC, a baseball and softball indoor training facility on 70 Vineyard St. in Pawtucket that opened its doors last Nov. 16 and hasnâ€™t slowed down since the very first swings were taken in their batting tunnels.
What is one telltale sign that an organization is doing well from a financial standpoint? Answer: When a revenue-sharing plan is met with a ringing endorsement by the powers-that-be.
â€śWeâ€™re all in this together,â€ť is the phrase Tom Mezzanotte, executive director of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League, used shortly the approval of a revenue-sharing program at the March 18 Principalsâ€™ Committee on Athletics meeting. The unanimous vote (10-0) green lights the distribution of profits that are leftover once all the RIILâ€™s expenses are all squared away to the 55 member high schools.