Tuesday, March 27, 2012
For anyone who has ever Coached an outdoor sport and not had a place to lock up the equipment when practices or games have finished for the day. An outdoor storage shed can be a true blessing in disguise.
Having a Mini-Barn or A-Frame shed available to store ball buckets or goalie equipment, softball gear and even field hockey practice supplies will keep goods safe and help you avoid making multiple trips to the car or truck when the day is done.
Many people will accessorize their outside storage buildings with shelves and chairs that can be used as a place for the coach to do some paperwork or hold meetings prior to being done for the day as well.
Mike Rinier who is one of our Horizon Staff members was a lacrosse coach for many years and would keep everything from goals to garden carts full of lacrosse balls in his shed for safe keeping. In addition supplies for their booster club such as pop up tents, grills and accessories were all kept handy for game days to quickly have ready to sell concessions.
Overall a shed for storage or mini barn can be a great addition to a school athletic team or several sheds to take care of multiple locations for in house baseball or softball leagues.
Not only does it add a professional look to your complex. It allows for your supplies to stay safe and organized for multiple users of shared equipment.