The Colorado Squash Association (CSA) is registered with the Colorado Secretary of State as a sole proprietorship. The CSA website coordinates information about squash events in Colorado. This association is a free and open platform which means any coach, club employee, volunteer, player, or fan can join for free without paying any membership dues, and contribute to the information found on this website, our Facebook Twitter and Tumbler pages, and our newsletters. Please send any and all requests to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like assistance running an event at your home club, we encourage you to reach out to any registered 501(c)3 non profit organization operating in Colorado.
In May 2016, CSA™ and CSRA™ were registered as official trademarks of the Colorado Squash Association with the Colorado Secretary of State. In June 2016, Colorado Squash™ was also registered with the Colorado Secretary of State to further protect our members. An application for Colorado Squash Association® is currently under review by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The CSA does not generate revenue and does not accept donations. All startup funds have been subsidized by the owner, Eric Bardawil, so that one day his two year old son, Sylas, and his friends, can benefit from a free and open platform. All financial records will be made public.
Here are answers to Frequently Asked Questions to clear up any confusion about this new association. If you have any more questions please email them to email@example.com
I am a Squash Pro, or, I know a squash pro who does not live in the State of Colorado. He/She would like to offer some type of squash instruction in Colorado. Can you help me?
We have a whole page dedicated to this topic. Please click HERE.
I would like to work in Colorado, can I send you my resume or C.V.?
Yes, and we will post it HERE.
How old is the CSA?
The CSA was established on May 15th, 2016.
Does the CSA collect revenue?
Is the CSA affiliated with US Squash?
Is the CSA affiliated with any non profits operating in Colorado?
Is the CSA affiliated with any squash club in Colorado?
When you say this is a free and open platform, what does "open" mean?
"Open" means that the information on this website, our social media feed, and our newsletters are provided collectively by many different individuals. We encourage every member of the squash community to contribute to the information found on this website.
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to a certified 501(c)3 non profit organization to help grow the sport in Colorado there are a few options currently available.
Hashim Khan Foundation
3575 Cherry Creek N. Drive,
Denver, CO 80209