Dr. Novick presented yesterday at the 2014 Baseball Winter Meetings in San Diego, CA. The presentation was titled, “Fan Conduct Class- Improving fan safety and the game day experience”. The presentation was made to approximately 100 Minor and Major league teams and educated them about the Fan Conduct Class program.
While fan ejections are lower in baseball then some other professional sports, there are still a small percentage of fans that do get ejected from games for behaving badly and violating the clubs “Code of Conduct” policy. The Fan Conduct Class program is a new way for professional baseball to address this very serious problem in an educational way. Fans ejected will be required to complete the simple, yet informative, online class prior to being legally allowed back into the stadium. Fans will learn basic skills to improve their behavior as well as get a 1/1 tutorial on the clubs code of conduct policy.
The purpose of the class is to, of course, improve attendance and ticket sales, increase fan moral and safety and make the game day experience as good as possible for every fan.
If you attended the conference or simply want more information on the program, please fill out our contact form at Fan Conduct Class.com