THE WDA ASSOCIATION

The WDA Association

The goal of the WDA is to bring both players and non-players together under one umbrella, making the WDA a force in every city the PDT (pro domino tour) holds tournaments. The WDA will accomplish this by registering everyone with the WDA as a professional domino player or as a member of the association. We will use our member’s numbers to negotiate discounts at local restaurants and hotels, as well as, merchandise events on line and at WDA. This is a key part of the association, the more our numbers grow the greater our negotiating power will be, and the more our members will benefit. There are three levels, Bronze, Silver, and Gold, for non-players. Each registered member will receive a WDA card; each card will have their identifying number as well as the date and year they registered.

First year Bronze

Third year silver

Fifth year gold

As your card advances so does your rewards. There are four levels, Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum, The pro domino player cards have more, and their card can be used to register online for tournaments and convenient check in at tournament sites. The card will display their name and show they are a professional domino player, recognized by the association of the WDA. The player’s card levels are based by tournament’s entered.

1-5----------------- Bronze
5-8----------------- Silver
8-11----------------- Gold

Win a $100,000 tournament and receive the “Champion Platinum Card”. This card will have the date, city and year they become a WDA champion. This will move them to a VIP status.

The association has a dedicated team making sure all of our members receive only the best treatment at every city and will be searching out opportunities of all kinds in order to satisfy a diversity of people. As well as, communicating with the members to address any and all concerns, issues and needs. It is the goal at the WDA that everyone coming to our events has a safe and pleasurable experience.

Marketing Plans

In order to reach our target Audience of players and spectators, the WDA plans to market our selves in this way.

1. Local television and Cable.

2. Radio stations and POD casting

3. Newspapers and Magazines.

4. Website and Internet postings (MySpace / Facebook / Twitter / Official Website)

5. Billboards

In regards to Radio stations, the WDA will form a partnership with the local radio station in each of the tournaments cities. The partnership will consist of:

1. having radio personalities host the tournaments as well as post-tournament celebration.

2. Be the main advertiser and have the women of the WDA participated in any upcoming events; the station may have scheduled.

3. Work with small local businesses in the area for promotion and sponsorship

# (1- A)-single

The world-class Domino Association -professional- elimination rounds consisting of players eighteen- (18) and over. For the -single-competition will be a two (2) out of three (3) contests consisting of eight (8) brackets of thirty-two (32) all eight (8) brackets will be run under this format...

In round one – (16) winners will move to the next round the(16) losers will be eliminated but will receive a cash prize of ($100) each total cost of first round prize money will be ($1600)

In round two-(2) the eight(8) winners will move to the next round the eight (8) losers will be eliminated but receive a cash prize of ($200) each. The total amount of cash prizes awarded for round two (2) will be ($1600)

In round three – (3) the four (4) winners will move to the next round the four(4) losers will be eliminated but receive a cash prize of ($300) each. Total amount of cash prizes for round three (3) will be ($1200)

In around four- (4) the two (2) winners will move to the next round, the two(2) losers will be eliminated but receive a cash prize of ($400) each. Total amount of cash prizes for round four (4) will be ($800)

In round five- (5) the one (1) winner will move to the championship bracket the one (1) loser will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($500) total cash prize for round five will be ($500)

The total cost of prize money will be ($5700) per bracket. Bringing the total for all eight

(8) brackets to ($45,600)....

# (2- A)-single

The world-class domino Association -professional-championship rounds consisting of players eighteen- (18) and over. The competition will be a two (2) out of three (3) contests consisting of one (1) bracket of eight (8) players. Continuing down the bracket until a champion is crowned this is the format for all championship rounds by the WDA

In round one- (1) the four (4) winners will move to the next round the four (4) losers will be eliminated but received a cash prize of ($600) each. Total cash prize for championship round one, ($2400)

In round two- (2) the two(2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but receive A cash prize of ($700) each. Total cash prizes for the championship round number two (2) is ($1400)

In round three-(3) the loser will be eliminated but receive a cash prize of ($800) total cash prizes for the championship round number three (3) is ($800)

The winner will be crowned champion of the WDA world class Domino's Association tournament and receive a $10,000 first place cash prize

Total costs for the championship round professional division will be (14,600)

# (1- B)-single

The world-class domino Association -amateur- elimination round For the -singlecompetition consisting of players seventeen- (17) and under will be a two (2) out of three (3) contest consisting of eight- (8) brackets of thirty-two (32) players. All eight (8) brackets will be run under this format...

In round one-(1) the (16) winners will move to the next round (16) losers will be eliminated but collect the cash prize of ($50) each. The total cost of first round prize money will be ($800)

In round two- (2) the eight (8) winners will move to the next round the eight (8) losers will be eliminated but collect the cash prize of ($150) each. Total cash prize for round two will be ($1200)

In round three-(3) the four (4) winners will move to the next round the four (4) losers will be eliminated but collect a price of ($250) each. Total amount of prize money for round three will be ($1000)

In round four- (4) the two (2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($350) each. Total amount of prize money for round four will be ($700)

In round five-(5) the winner will move to the championship bracket loser will be eliminated to collect the cash prize of ($450) total amount of prize money for round five (5) will be ($450)

The total cost of prize money will be ($4150) per bracket the total prize money for all eight (8) brackets will be (33,200)

# (2 -B)-single 

The world-class domino Association -amateur- championship bracket For the -singlecompetition consisting of one (1) bracket with eight(8) players continuing down the bracket until a champion is crowned this is the format for all championship rounds by the WDA

In round one- (1) the four (4) winners will move to the next round the four (4) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($300) each. Total amount of cash prizes for round one (1) will be ($1200)

In round two- (2) the two (2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($350) each. Total amount of cash prizes for round two (2) will be ($700)

Round three-(3) the loser will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($400) total amount of cash prizes for round three (3) will be ($400)

 The winner will be crowned champion of the tournament and receive a cash prize of ($5000) the total amount of cash prizes for championship round will be ($7300)

# (1 - C)-team

 The world class Domino Association professional-elimination rounds consisting of players eighteen-(18) and over. For the-team-competition will be a two (2)out of three(3)contests consisting of eight (8) brackets of thirty-two ( 32) all eight (8) brackets will be run under this format...

In round one-(1) the sixteen (16) winners will move to the next round the sixteen (16) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($200) per team. Total cash prizes for round one (1) will be ($3200)

In round two-(2) the eight (8) winners will move to the next round the eight (8) losers will be eliminated but collect the cash prize of ($300) per team. Total cash prizes for round two (2) will be ($2400)

in round three-(3) the four (4)winners will move to the next round the four (4)loser will be eliminated but connect the price of ($400) per team. Total amount of cash prizes for around three (3) will be ($1600)

In round four-(4) the two (2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($500) per team. Total amount of cash prizes for around four (4) will be ($1000)

In round-(5) the loser will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($600) per team. Total amount of cash prize for around five (5) will be ($600) the winner will move to the team championship competition round

The total cost of prize money will be (8,800) per bracket. The total prize money for all eight (8) brackets will be (70,400)....

# (2 C)-team 

The world-class domino Association - professional -championship bracket For the -team -competition consisting of one (1) bracket with eight(8) players continuing down the bracket until a champion is crowned this is the format for all championship rounds by the WDA

In round one- (1) the four (4) winners will move to the next round the four (4) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($700) per team. Total amount of cash prizes for round one (1) will be ($2800)

In round two- (2) the two (2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($800) per team. Total amount of cash prizes for round two (2) will be ($1600)

Round three-(3) the losing team will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($900) total amount of cash prizes for round three (3) will be ($900)

The winning team will be crowned champion of the tournament and receive a cash prize of ($5000) the total amount of cash prizes for championship round will be ($10,300)

# (1 D)-team

The world class Domino Association amateur elimination rounds consisting of players seventeen (17) and under. For the -team-competition will be a two (2) out of three (3) contests consisting of eight (8) brackets of thirty-two (32) all brackets will be run under this format...

In round one- (1) the (16) winners will move on to the next bracket the (16) losers will be eliminated but receive a cash prize of ($100) per team. Total amount of cash prizes for round one (1) will be ($1600)

In round two- (2) the eight (8) winners will move to the next round the eight (8) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($200) per team. Total amount of cash prize for round Two (2) will be ($1600)

In round three-(3) the four (4) winners will to the next round the four (4) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($300) per team. Total amount of cash prizes for around four (4) will be ($1200)

In round four-(4) the two (2) winners will continue to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($400) per team. Total amount of cash prize for round (4) will be ($800)

In the next round the losing team will receive a cash prize of ($500) the winning team will move on to the championship round.

The total cost of prize money will be (5,700) per bracket. The total prize money for alleight (8) brackets will be (45,600)

#(2 D )-team

The world-class domino Association -amateur- championship bracket For the -team competition for players (17) and under consist of one (1) bracket with eight(8) players continuing down the bracket until a champion is crowned this is the format for all championship rounds by the WDA

In round one-(1) the four(4) winners will move to the next round the four(4) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ?($600) per team. Total cash prizes for round one (1) will be ($2400)

In round two-(2) the two (2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect the cash prize of ($700) per team. Total cash prizes for round two (2) will be ($1400)

In round three-(3) the loser will be eliminated but connect the price of ($800) per team. Total amount of cash prizes for around three (3) will be ($800)

The winner will be crowned world-class domino Association champion of the- teamcompetition for (17) and under and receive, a grand prize of ($5000)

Total about cash prize money for -amateur- team-championship round will be ($9,600)

# (1 E)-club

The club tournament is a professional event only there are no amateur in this division the world -class Domino Association -professional- elimination rounds consisting of players eighteen- (18) and over. The -club- competition will be a two (2) out of three (3) contests consisting of eight (8) brackets of thirty-two (32) all eight (8) brackets will be run under this format...

In round one-(1) the sixteen (16) winners will move to the next round the sixteen (16) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($600) per team. Total cash prizes for round one (1) will be ($9600)

In round- (2) the eight (8) winners will move to the next round the eight (8) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($700) per team total cash prizes for round two (2) will be ($5600)

In round- (3) the four (4) winners will move to the next round the four (4)losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($800))per team. Total cash prizes for round three (3) will be ($3200)

In round- (4) the two (2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ($900) per team. Total cash prizes for round four (4) will be ($1800)

In round five (5) the losing team will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of $1000 per team the winning team will move to the champions round

The total cost of prize money will be ($21,200) per bracket the total prize money for all eight (8) brackets will be (169,600)

# (2E)-club

The club championship tournament is a professional event only there are no amateur in this division the world -class Domino Association -professional- elimination rounds consisting of players eighteen- (18) and over. the -club- championship competition will be a two (2)out of three(3)contests consisting of one (1) brackets of eight (8) all championship brackets will be run under this format...

In round one-(1) the four(4) winners will move to the next round the four(4) losers will be eliminated but collect a cash prize of ?($1,000)per team. Total cash prizes for round one (1) will be ($4,000

In round two-(2) the two (2) winners will move to the next round the two (2) losers will be eliminated but collect the cash prize of ($1,100) per team. Total cash prizes for round two (2) will be ($2,200)

In round three-(3) the loser will be eliminated but connect the price of ($1,200 per team. total amount of cash prizes for around three (3) will be ($1,200)

The winning club will be crowned world-class domino Association champion of the club- competition for (18) and over and receive, a grand prize of ($10,000)

Total about cash prize money for club championship round will be ($17,400)

(1-A)

in the singles professional elimination bracket total cost of prize money is ($45,600)

(2-A)

In the singles championship elimination bracket total cost of prize money is ($14,600)

(1-B)

In the singles amateur elimination bracket total cost of prize money is (33,200)

(2-B)

In the singles amateur championship bracket the total cost of prize money is ($7,300

(1-C)

In the -team- professional elimination bracket total cost of prize money is ($70,400)

(2-C)

In the -team- professional championship bracket total cost of prize money is ($10,300)

(1-D)

In the team-amateur-elimination bracket total cost of prize money is ($45,600)

(2-D)

In the teams -amateur-championship bracket the total cost of prize money is ($9,600)

(1-E)

In the club professional elimination total cost of prize money is ($169,600)

(2-E)

In the club championship bracket the total prize money will be ($17,400)

The total amount of cash prizes for a world-class domino Association (WDA) tournament comes to $423,600) it is our goal to get all such funds sponsor for all tournaments.