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Old Wed Apr 25, 2018, 06:48pm
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The Ref Book

Anyone have any experience with this assigning operation?
https://therefbook.com/
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Old Thu Apr 26, 2018, 06:53am
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Anyone have any experience with this assigning operation?
https://therefbook.com/
Seems superfluous.

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Old Thu Apr 26, 2018, 10:08am
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Seems superfluous.
I do not get the purpose of this site. Why would I want to go several states over to work travel or AAU ball that does not play in the hundreds per game?

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Old Thu Apr 26, 2018, 11:26am
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It doesn't make sense to have many websites, when there are ArbiterSports, RefTown, and ZebraWeb in use by reputable high school and college associations and conferences. ArbiterSports works fine for many associations, ZebraWeb does the trick for the EAIFO Southern Chapter, and RefTown is used by many associations, including some in Texas.
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Old Thu Apr 26, 2018, 10:18pm
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It's not an assigning tool like Arbiter, ZebraWeb, etc.

It appears to essentially be an "assignor," but one you subscribe to in order to have "access" to the events they contract with.

Didn't know if anyone here was a member or had any experience with it.
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Old Fri Apr 27, 2018, 04:28am
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It's not an assigning tool like Arbiter, ZebraWeb, etc.

It appears to essentially be an "assignor," but one you subscribe to in order to have "access" to the events they contract with.

Didn't know if anyone here was a member or had any experience with it.
Not quite that desperate.....

If I wanted to load up on trash games, there's plenty in my back yard, assigned by people I know that are good for the game fees.
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Old Mon Apr 30, 2018, 10:18pm
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Buddy of mine runs AAU tournaments. He used that website once, never again he says. Got a bunch of refs who had no idea what they were doing, or were lazy and let the games hit the fan.
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