What is National Signing Day all about?
High school athletes all across the country are making their intentions regarding their chosen college known. As part of the recruitment process, letters of intent generally solidify the deal where students accept financial aid to attend an institution for at least one year.
So, do they really have to make their intentions known? Not really, but many feel like it is part of the process and provides both parties with a level of certainty.
You may be surprised to know that faxing is still a widely used (and extremely popular) method of delivery for these exciting and life-changing letters. Of course good old fashioned snail-mail and email may also be used. Fax however, provides more of that certainty we talked about above, something email and snail-mail can’t compete with.
Fax provides proof of transmission. No more wondering. Did it make it, is it still “in the mail”?
Fax is really FAST! From a family farm in Iowa to the Athletic Director at UNLV, faxing can provide peace of mind you get from knowing your important “letter” made it to where you intended it to go with a confirmed receipt.
People are often surprised when they see faxing being used in place of other “cooler” technologies, but we always say, “if it’s not broke, why fix it?”