For those who have not yet gotten involved, how would you like your club to be associated with Manchester United and England legend Paul Scholes?
In June 2010, Midwest Soccer Academy is working with Paul Scholes to bring to Florida the Paul Scholes Academy, where Paul himself will work with and coach the players, giving them the opportunity of a lifetime to play with a true legend. He will be working at two camps at the world class Austin-Tindall Regional Park complex in Kissimmee, Florida. The camps will run June 14th- June 17th and June 21st – June 24th, between 8am – 2pm.
As a youth soccer organization, MSA wanted to let you know about such an exciting opportunity to ensure that your players could register early and have every chance of getting a place in one of the camps. This is an opportunity that without a doubt could be a great success for both you and the organizers. If your club were to send a whole team to one of the camps, such a marketing tool would generate great local publicity and also do well in attracting a high caliber of players to your club in the future. Not to mention the memories and experience it would give the players who attended.
If you would like some more literature on the camp, MSA would be happy to send you the Paul Scholes Academy Press Release – some great text which can easily be copied and pasted onto your website or newsletter. Or if you really see the benefits of such an affiliation for your club you could consider hosting your own MSA soccer camp next summer. Once players associate MSA with Paul Scholes, hosting your own MSA camp will be a certain success! Seeing as the club who hosts the camp also receives 10% back of each player’s camp fee, it really is a great opportunity.
If you have any further questions regarding the Paul Scholes Academy, how you can help or how you could host your own MSA camp, do not hesitate to get in touch. You can reply to this email or alternatively call 810-714-5575 and ask for Will.
Thanks for taking the time to read, and we hope that you can help us in making this next step in the development of youth soccer a success!

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