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Brewhouse Café sponsors raffle to support Soccer in the Streets’ programs for kids
Atlanta, GA- June 7, 2010 Soccer in the Streets, a nonprofit organization that empowers kids who lack opportunity by using soccer as a medium to make them employable adults, will be partnering with the Brewhouse Café, Atlanta’s leading soccer bar, during this summer’s World Cup to raise money for Metro Atlanta youth development programming.
“We’re excited to work with the Brewhouse Café to support our Atlanta programming,” said Jill Robbins, executive director of Soccer in the Streets. “As a meeting point for most of Atlanta’s most passionate soccer fans, it will be great to get them involved in supporting our kids’ passion.”
The Brewhouse Café, recently named as one of the “best soccercentric bars in America” by GQ Magazine, will be showing every match of 2010 World Cup on over 20 HD flat screen televisions and with surround sound.
The Brewhouse Café will be doing a raffle throughout the World Cup, with the winner receiving a V.I.P. table in front of the best TV in the building and a $250 bar tab for the World Cup final on Sunday, July 11. The winner will be announced at the second semifinal game on Wednesday, July 7.
For more information about helping Soccer in the Streets, please contact Communications Director, Jason Longshore at email@example.com.