Youth Soccer News: Cal South Soccer and Sport Pins International (SPI) Form Partnership
Whether a player belongs to the MLS or a youth soccer club team, winning a soccer championship deserves a medal that will stand the test of time and be a glorious, long-lasting and shiny award representing their accomplishment.
When it comes to the medals that hang around famous professionals who win the MLS Cup Championship or youth teams who have won US Youth National Championships in the past, Sport Pins International (SPI) was the company that created the handsome award.
Besides the MLS Cup, Sports Pins International mades the medals for the US Open Cup, the Dallas Cup, the Surf Cup, the Fort Lowell Shootout, the Albion Cup, the Sereno Classic, Coast Soccer League, Cal South State Cup just to name a few. SPI also designs and supplies awards to hundreds of other soccer tournaments throughout the country. They even produce pins for the LA Auto Show and my all time favorite, the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade.
Sport Pins International was the vision of Connie Bivens. Born from her passion for youth soccer and her longtime love of collecting quality pins, Bivens launched SPI nearly 35 years ago. Today, SPI is the manufacturer of many of the medals given out at top professional and youth soccer tournaments.
Bivens has a commitment to the soccer market and is proud that SPI has become the official awards supplier and partner to Cal South. Announced at Cal South’s SoccerNation Expo, SPI and Cal South have agreed to a multi-year partnership.
Jeff Dyrek, Cal South's Director of Tournaments & Competition said, "Cal South is excited to make our relationship with SPI official. The staff at Cal South feels SPI has been a partner with us for a long time. They have been great to work with and we look forward to our relationship moving forward."
“SPI is excited to become an Official Partner of Cal South,” said Sport Pins Director of Sales, Jeff Bivens. “We have been serving Cal South members for many years and look forward to expanding our relationship.”
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