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AYSO extends long partnership with Score
August 14th, 2014 11:46PM
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[SOCCER BUSINESS] AYSO extended its long partnership with Score as the youth organization's official uniform & apparel of AYSO. The renewal celebrates 34 years, making it one of the longest sponsor relationships in American soccer.

“We are very pleased to continue our relationship with Score as the uniform and apparel partner of AYSO,” said AYSO national president Mark Stewart in a statement. “The company’s commitment to affordability, service and style selections makes them the right uniform choice for our players. Their financial contribution to AYSO continues to help AYSO deliver high quality programs but still keep our player fees affordable and accessible to all children that want to learn and play soccer.”

Score, established in 1975, provided more than 7,000 special commemorative game jerseys to players in the Soccerfest event of the AYSO National Games 2014.

“Score has grown up with AYSO,” said Score president Rosa Cursage. “It is our pleasure to serve the players, parents and volunteers of AYSO. We want to provide a great Score experience to everyone involved. AYSO volunteers contribute an unbelievable amount of time and energy and we honor the important work they do. Contributing positively to the soccer community is key to helping the over all success in these players’ soccer experience.”

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