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Join a Corporate Team

While relatively similar to the normal registration process, registering for a corporate team does include a couple extra steps. This video will walk you through that process.


JOINING A CORPORATE TEAM

The process of joining a corporate team is very similar to registering for a race, though there are a few extra steps. First off, instead of clicking on the “Sign Up” button or on the “Sign Up” tab, you will instead want to go to the “Corporate Teams” tab.

Team Table JoinSearch for the team name that you would like to join, or find it manually in the table below. If you click on the team name, then you will be brought to the individual listing for that corporate team, and if you click on the button marked “Join”, then you can begin the registration process for that corporate team.

Registration

Corporate Team PricingAs you go through the first step of registration for a corporate team, the only noticeable difference will be across from the event selection check boxes. Here you will be able to click on “Corporate Team Pricing” and view the details about joining this corporate team.

Code Entry

Code Entry RegistrantsIf you continue along to the next step of registration, you may be asked to enter in a code that allows you to join this corporate team. If you do not have this code, you will not be able to register for this corporate team.

Note: Code entry is an option that can be enabled or disabled by the race director or team captain, so it may not always be asked of you.

Member Status

Next, you will be asked to indicate whether you are an employee, or a non-employee who is authorized to join this team.

Employee Verify

Note: In some cases, “non-employees” will not be allowed to register for a corporate team without registering at the same time as an employee.

IMPORTANT: Since “Corporate Teams” are not always limited to use by corporations, and may exist under other names (ex: “Family Teams”, “Friend Squadrons”, etcetera), the term “employee” may be used loosely to simply mean someone who is permitted to join the team.

Registration Questions

Also on this step, if any registration questions are associated with this corporate team, then they will be listed below. If you are required to answer any of these questions, they will be marked with an asterisk (*), and you will not be able to continue on with registration until after providing a response.

Checkout

As you continue on, registration will proceed as usual, and the only remaining addition to the process appears on the checkout page, where you will find that the information pertaining to your corporate team has been included.

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