Where is the BWI going to be held this year?
The tournament will be held at Edison High School.
I’m coming in from out of town, is there a recommended place to stay?
There are a number of local area hotels. Check back for more information.
What time should I have my child at the tournament?
We would suggest that you arrive around 8:15a.m. Kick off ceremonies start promptly at 9:00 a.m. Arriving at 8:15 will give you enough time to park, register, and get a good seat.
Should we pack a lunch?
That’s up to you, however, at this facility there will be an area with a snack bar and eating area. At this time, there will be Hot Dogs, Chips, Drinks and Candy Bars. Also restaurants are in the general area. We will keep you posted if there is anything added.
I’m a little confused about the registration fee, could you explain how much it will cost?
Most Tournaments charge for each and every division entered. In some cases you can spend up to $80-$95 to compete. Not so at the Bob White Invitational. If you enter only Kata it’s $30.00, if you enter Kata and Sparring it’s $40.00, if you enter all three divisions it’s still a total of $40.00 Plus you get a FREE T-shirt. That’s if you pre-register, at the door it costs $45.
How long will I have my family at the event if we sign up for all 3 events?
We start at exactly 9:00 a.m. and we usually finish by 4:45 p.m.
Do I mail or fax in the registration form or do you have on-line sign ups?
You can do either, however we now have registration ONLINE. This new addition is more efficient. You can sign up and pay for the event within 5 minutes and booking on our end will be reduced by 85%. By signing up online you will instantly guarantee your child to be one of the competitors and get a FREE T-Shirt.
What is the organization for which you are accepting donations?
It happens more often than any of us want to believe. Each year, over 3 million American children are reported as abused…physically attacked, emotionally damaged, sexually molested, or severely neglected – often by the people they have loved and trusted most. Many of these children are removed from their abusive homes by Social Services. However, removing the emotional scars from a child is a much more difficult task.
Your help can make a difference! You can help give abused and neglected children a foundation of happy memories that could forever change their lives.
Bob White’s Karate Studio (BWKS) is proud to host an Annual Youth Karate Tournament.
All net proceeds from this event will be donated to benefit the Royal Family Kids’ Camp of Newport Mesa. RFKC has completed over 25 years of providing a free week of summer camp for children, ages 7 to 11, who have come from group homes and foster homes in Southern California. For additional information about Royal Family Kids’ Camp, please check out their web site www.RFKC.org
Over the years, through the generosity of our sponsors, competitors and volunteers, BWKS has beenproud to support RFKC with thousands of dollars in donations. These donations have allowed hundreds of kids to attend the annual summer camp. Help us to help them.