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US Sports Camps Is Proud To Partner With World Sports Camp

January 17, 2013

US Sports Camps announces a partnership with World Sports Camp to provide campers the opportunity to develop new national and international friendships through sports and other camp activities.
 
San Rafael, CA  – US Sports Camps (USSC) announces a partnership with World Sports Camp to provide campers the opportunity to develop new national and international friendships through sports and other camp activities.
 
The World Sports Camp mission is to create a safe and positive sports environment, where children from around the world can interact while improving their athletic skills.
 
“Here at World Sports Camp we take pride in coaching/training athletes from across the United States and around world.  With our new partnership with US Sports Camps, we are looking forward to meeting new faces and creating memories that will last a lifetime,” says Addam Shand, World Sports Camp Director. “We welcome the entire US Sports Camp family to be part of our unique international sports camp experience.”
 
World Sports Camp’s philosophy runs parallel with USSC creating a unified partnership that enhances camper options.
 
“US Sports Camps is excited to bring our campers a multi-sport program, with an international presence” says Mike de Surville, Vice President and National Director of US Sports Camps.  “Through sports campers will be given the chance to be exposed to other cultures and create lifelong friendships.”
 
About US Sports Camps
US Sports Camps (USSC), headquartered in San Rafael, California, is America’s largest sports camp network and the licensed operator of NIKE Sports Camps. The company was started in 1975 with the same mission that defines it today: to shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement.
 
Players, coaches, parents and others interested in World Sports Camp call 1-800-433-6060.
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