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Contact Count Me In at 425-638-9010 for information about our online registration system software and online event registration system features including an easy-to-use tool that automate event registration

Online Registration Demos
Online Registration Demo for Corporations Corporations
Online Registration Demo for Corporate Events Corporate Events
Online Registration Demo for Nonprofit Orgs Nonprofit Orgs
Online Registration Demo for YMCA's YMCAs
Online Registration Demo for Boys and Girls Clubs Boys and Girls Clubs
Online Registration Demo for Red Cross Chapters Red Cross Chapters
Online Registration Demo for Museums Museums
Online Registration Demo for Schools Schools
Online Registration Demo for Camps Camps
Online Registration Demo for Park and Rec Park and Recs
Online Registration Demo for Associations Associations
Online Registration Demo for All Sports All Sports
Online Registration Demo for Soccer Soccer
Online Registration Demo for Lacrosse Lacrosse
Online Registration Demo for Baseball Baseball
Online Registration Demo for General Events Events Wizard
Online Registration Demo for Sports Events Sports Event Wizard
Online Registration Demo for Reunions Reunion Wizard

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  • Terry Drayton, Founder & CEO  

    Terry is the entrepreneur behind six successful start-ups (Count Me In™ is the seventh) and developed the CMI idea and business model, based on his experiences as a parent and volunteer, while standing in line to register his son for basketball season.

    Prior to founding Count Me In, Terry co-founded HomeGrocer.com. He served as president and director of HomeGrocer, from its inception in the fall of 1996 to its sale in June of 2000 to Webvan.com for $1.1B. Terry was also HomeGrocer's CEO through September of 1999. Instrumental in the development of customer proposition and the business model, Terry's primary responsibilities were: strategic vision, company culture, recruiting, team development and strategic partners, in addition to securing the funding necessary to achieve the business plan. His leadership fostered many significant milestones, including the creation of a truly customer-centric company, the development of a robust, scalable technology infrastructure, the building of an extremely strong retail brand, and two generations of operating facilities. From commercial launch on May 28, 1998, HomeGrocer grew to more than 2300 staff operating across the nation from 8 facilities, and delivering from more than 400 specialized delivery vehicles. More than 100,000 customers used the service with annualized sales in 2000 of approximately $400 million, making HomeGrocer the largest Internet grocer in the world. During this time, Terry and company raised more than $440 million in capital, including an IPO lead managed by Morgan Stanley for $280 million in March of 2000. Terry recruited outstanding partners for the venture, including legendary VC's Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Hummer Winblad, Jim Barksdale, Liberty Media and Madrona, as well as Amazon.com and Martha Stewart.

    Terry is often referred to as a "serial entrepreneur." After completing Bachelor of Commerce and MBA degrees, Terry spent three years working in the venture capital and investment-banking arena before starting his first new business in 1986. In 1999, Terry won the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for the Pacific Northwest, and now serves on the panel of judges. Greatly enjoying both the art and science of start-ups, Terry is a founding member of the University of Washington's Center for Technology Entrepreneurship and teaches a course on creating new ventures. An enthusiastic and passionate individual, he believes that companies can achieve their visions by using business models that put the customer first, executed by talented, hard-working people using solid technology.

    Joe Petrucci, President  

    Joe joined Count Me In in 2002. He is currently responsible for overseeing the company's day-to-day operations and strategy. Joe has previously served as Vice President, Sales and was responsible for overseeing Count Me In's national expansion and diversification. Before joining Count Me In, Joe was Vice President of Sales for The Cobalt Group, an innovative e-business technology provider to the automotive industry. He was responsible for establishing and leading Cobalt's national sales organization that tripled both its customer base and average customer spend to secure a dominant 40% market share position in this industry. Prior to Cobalt, Joe spent 9 years at Etak, Inc. a then News Corporation and Sony Subsidiary, in a variety of roles including Regional Manager, Director of Internet Sales, Division Vice President, Sales and Marketing and most recently Vice President, North American Sales. From 1980-1989, Joe was a member of Stanford University's teaching staff serving as the Director of Sailing and Director of Marine Development. Joe built the program from it's inception and his responsibilities included coaching, teaching and fundraising. Joe is an involved parent and active youth volunteer who's positive experience as a customer of CMI through the Mercer Island Boys and Girls Club preceded and was partially responsible for his joining the company. Joe graduated from Tufts University with a BA in Economics.

    Ken Deering, VP, Business Development  

    Ken Deering co-founded HomeGrocer.com. His tenure at HomeGrocer included several positions; notably Vice President of Business Development and Vice President of Storefront. Mr. Deering built the storefront department, comprised of design, editorial, program management, customer-experience and photography teams. He further led the development of an in-house usability lab (HomeGrocer's customer testing facility), in addition to a 9,000 square foot digital photo studio. He also managed creative problem solving and the development of working processes and methodologies.

    Mr. Deering has over twenty years of operations, marketing and general management experience in the software and hardware industry, where he has managed multi-million dollar product lines, led company transitions from research-contract based revenues to product based revenues, directed marketing, headed negotiations and created dealer programs. Prior to HomeGrocer.com, Mr. Deering worked as an independent management consultant. His achievements include six years at Glenayre Technologies, where he held various management, sales administration/supervisory and product management positions. Mr. Deering has a sales and marketing management diploma from the University of British Columbia.

    Joe Hatfield, CTO  

    Joe Hatfield, the CTO, brings a wealth of technology experience to Count Me In. Joe is a returning Count Me In employee and was a senior member of the team that created the Count Me In technology platform along with applications that provide a hosted Internet based solution for organizations that offer fee based activities. Prior to becoming CTO, he served as Development Manager at Cendant Timeshare Resort Group in Orlando, Florida. While there, he led the development of an inventory and reservation system that manages the availability of hundreds of thousand of room nights, and processes thousands of reservations a day. Joe was a senior developer at HomeGrocer.com and a key member of the team that created the platform that powered online grocery purchase and delivery networks in eight geographical regions, handling over 150,000 transactions per day. Joe has over eighteen years of development, consultant and management experience. Prior to HomeGrocer.com, Joe was a senior developer/architect at AT&T; and Boeing. Joe has a B.S. in Computer Science from the Western Washington University.

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