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Q: How long is a shift?

A: Shift schedules will be communicated at a later date, but typically run 3-4 hours.

Q: What time do the shifts start?

A: Shift times vary, but typically the first shift of the day starts between 6:30-8am. You will need to allow at least a half hour from the time you park until you are due at your volunteer location.

Q: Can spouses or family members of associates volunteer for the Regions committees?

A: We appreciate your family’s interest in volunteering. While you, as an associate, are more than welcome to volunteer for the Regions sponsored events, we must ask that family members sign up directly with the tournament.

Q: How will I know when and where to pick up my uniform?

A: If we are able to assign you a position, you will be notified via e-mail about the location and time of your shift, dress code, a detailed job description, etc. during March.

Q: Where do I park?

A: All volunteers will have access to park in Lot A. For more information about parking click here.

Q: What do I wear?

A: Wear your uniform shirt and khaki pants, shorts or capris (for women). If you choose to wear shorts, they must fall to the knee. If you want to wear a hat, wear the cap that came with your uniform.  We recommend comfortable shoes and plenty of sunscreen.

Q: What if it rains?

A: If there is no lightning, play will most likely continue.  Do not forgo coming to work your shift or leave the course until you are told that play has been suspended for the day.  After a normal rain delay, play is resumed and all volunteers are expected to be back in their location.

Q: Can I come to the tournament on days when I am not volunteering?

A: Yes, you can use the two good-any-one-day tickets in your uniform package.

Q: Can I use my What a Difference a Day Makes Volunteer Day at the Regions Tradition?

A: Yes, the Regions Tradition is a company sponsored charitable event and qualifies under the guidelines of the What a Difference a Day Makes Volunteer program.