Vendors and Tobacco/Vaping PolicyUpdatedTuesday November 16, 2021 byChris Kelly.
Brookwood Baseball & Softball Vendors and Tobacco/Vaping Policy
All individuals/companies who sell/promote items during games and practices must secure a vendor’s license from the Gwinnett County Department of Parks and Recreation (GCPR). Currently we have two licensed vendors for our program.
No other individuals or companies have a license to sell items on our premises. You can help us in the following ways:
All Gwinnett County parks are tobacco free facilities. By county rule, our board must enforce this policy on fields, in dugouts, and in the common areas surrounding our fields. BBSA extends this rule to include vaping of all kinds. If you use tobacco in any form or vape, please go to your car or go to the parking lot, and find an area where you are no less than fifty (50) feet from other individuals. A board member or league representative will instruct anyone who is using any form of tobacco or vaping in any of the areas listed above to stop immediately and/or relocate to the parking lot. Failure to comply with this request will result in an immediate ejection from the dugout/field/common area and could result in a hearing before our disciplinary panel.
Inman J. Houston, President
Brookwood Baseball & Softball Association