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Band and GPS Partner

By GPS Media, 05/15/18, 9:00AM EDT

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App Named Official Communications Partner of GPS Memorial Day

GPS is is pleased to announce that BAND has been named the official communication partner for Global Premier Soccer’s annual Memorial Day Tournament.

The tournament will take place from May 25 until 28th, with over 1,000 teams competing on fields across Massachusetts. Boys’ and Girls’ Teams U9 through U19 will compete in front of college coaches, parents, and peers.

To help the event stay organized, BAND has offered support by inviting each of the teams to join and participate in a special promotion as the official communication partner for the tournament.

BAND is supporting participating teams with $5,000 in cash and prizes during the event. For starters, 10 lucky coaches who check-in to the official tournament Band will win a $100 gift card.

During the event itself, BAND is hosting a “Team of the Day” Contest for coaches to share recaps of their games directly on BAND for a chance to win that day’s prize. Teams and coaches can also use BAND to read and post important announcements, schedules, and other information.

“We’re very excited for this opportunity to work together with Global Premier Soccer on their annual tournament” said Steven Lee, BAND’s General Manager, “strong communication is important for any sports team, and BAND is committed to helping teams get on the same page.”

About BAND

BAND (band.us) is a communication app that makes it easier to stay on the same page. Information is all in one place, so it’s easy to stay organized. BAND is useful for a wide cross-selection of groups and organizations. Over 50,000 coaches are already using BAND. BAND is currently available for free on iOS, Android, and PC. Download BAND here.

About GPS

Founded in 2001, Global Premier Soccer is one of the largest and most successful soccer organizations in the United States. Its mission is to establish a unique player development model in the US and produce players who can compete at the highest level of world soccer.