On Aug. 21, millions of Americans from Oregon to South Carolina will be watching a solar eclipse.
There’s no shortage of information about how where to watch, how to watch it safely, what to expect and countless other bits of information.
Your team may be planning to watch it together. If that’s the case, we at DRIVN want you to know that a solar eclipse is one of the few things we can’t help you with.
But, we can help you communicate better with your players, develop community within your team, increase accountability in your players, and have a more organized master schedule.
We can help you track the fitness and performance of your athletes, head off potential problems with fatigue, rest, sleep and nutrition, stay on top of injuries, communicate more efficiently with medical personnel.
We can help you order equipment and meals, manage contacts, store visa and passport information, distribute video, assign tasks, develop leadership skills in your players, store important forms and documents, and make sure your players are getting all the information you are sending.
We can help you stay up to date on the academic progress of players, communicate with tutors, stay in touch with support staff, track and store community service and volunteer hours, keep track of schedule changes and other important departmental tasks.
And we can do it all on that mobile device your players have in their hands for the majority of the day.
But when it comes to watching a solar eclipse, sorry you’re on your own. Try space.com for that.
Meanwhile, watch a free DRIVN demo for the important stuff.