Heartland Soccer is excited to once again partner with Tohi, title sponsor of the Midwest All Girls Tournament, and HCA Midwest Health as we GO PINK at SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex for Breast Cancer Awareness.
The Midwest All Girls Tournament fueled by Tohi, the Official Healthy Lifestyle Beverage of Heartland Soccer, will be held October 2-4, 2020 at the SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex. The tournament is set to boast 280 teams from multiple states, drawing thousands of children, parents, grandparents and families from across the region in one of the Kansas City metropolitan area’s largest all-girl annual soccer tournaments.
Tohi is a Kansas City-based wellness brand innovating antioxidant-rich beverages from Aronia Berries grown in the Midwest. Tohi has all the attributes and functionality consumers value including non-GMO and Kosher certified, no sugar added and low in calories. The clean label beverages can be found at retail stores throughout the Midwest and online at drinktohi.com, Amazon and Walmart Marketplace. “Tohi beverages are beneficial for athletes of all ages and we are thrilled to be partnered with Heartland Soccer to reach families focused on a healthy, active lifestyle,” commented Shari Coulter Ford, CEO and Co-Founder of Tohi Ventures.
Heartland Soccer and Tohi, along with HCA Midwest Health will PINK OUT the SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex tournament weekend. The GO PINK presence is designed to raise awareness for October’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and remind women to get their mammogram because early detection saves lives.
Field marshals and tournament staff will be dressed in PINK attire and fans and supporters are encouraged to wear PINK to show their support.
“We value our partnership with Heartland Soccer Association and SCHEELS Overland Park Soccer Complex as we work together to help keep kids safe on and off the fields,” says Dr. Anne Kobbermann, M.D. Board-certified and Fellowship-trained Breast Surgical Oncologist at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Overland Park Regional and Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at Menorah Medical Center. “We love this community event as it also gives us the opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of early detection-and that it helps saves lives when it comes to diagnosing and treating breast cancer.”
“Our partnership with HCA Midwest Health is a valuable asset to the community and to our organization as we make a positive impact with athlete’s safety on and off the field,” says Shane Hackett, Executive Director, Heartland Soccer Association. “This event has always been incredibly energizing. Saturday’s unique partnership will help raise awareness for a disease that affects thousands of women each year- and what better time to do that than during one of the region’s most popular all-girls tournaments.”
About HCA Midwest Health
HCA Midwest Health is the Kansas City area’s leading healthcare provider consisting of seven hospitals, outpatient centers, clinics, physician practices, surgery centers and an array of other services to meet the healthcare needs of the greater Kansas City area. HCA Midwest Health is one of the areaÂ¹s largest private sector employers with more than 9,000 employees, the largest provider of charity and uncompensated care, and annually donates more than $1.2 million to local charities. Since April 2003, HCA Midwest Health has invested more than $845 million to enhance and expand patient services and has paid more than $216 million in taxes to local communities. HCA Midwest Health facilities serving the Kansas City area include Belton Regional Medical Center, Centerpoint Medical Center, Lafayette Regional Health Center, Lee’s Summit Medical Center, Menorah Medical Center, Overland Park Regional Medical Center, Research Medical Center and Research Psychiatric Center. Midwest Physicians, which is part of HCA Midwest Health, is a network of experienced, multi-specialty physicians located throughout the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area. Midwest Physicians currently represents 344 physicians, including 142 primary care providers and 197 specialists with 80 physician practices providing care in 146 locations to serve the community. The physicians, licensed professionals and support staff who comprise the HCA Midwest Health team are dedicated to improving healthcare in the Greater Kansas City and outlying areas. For more information, visit hcamidwest.com . For more information on Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at HCA Midwest Health, visit https://hcamidwest.com/cancer
About Tohi Ventures
Tohi is an emerging wellness brand innovating antioxidant-rich products from a trending specialty crop, Aronia Berries. Aronia is native to North America and Tohi sources Aronia directly from Midwestern growers across seven states, supporting their sustainable growing practices. Tohi is the creation of two female friends, each with significant healthcare, entrepreneurial and investment experience and a shared philosophy of a nutrition first approach to wellness. For more information, visit www.DrinkTohi.com. Fans can follow Tohi on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.
About Heartland Soccer Association
Heartland Soccer Association is the region’s largest youth soccer league with approximately 1,500 league teams, 3,000 tournament teams, 72,000 players, 4,000 coaches and 2,000 referees participating annually. Heartland Soccer Association was formed in 1977 as the Johnson County Soccer League and has grown from an initial 600 players to its current size. Today Heartland Soccer Association is a nonprofit and educational youth soccer association. Although the base for Heartland Soccer is still in Johnson County, it now draws teams to play in the league from throughout the metro area. The Heartland tournaments draw teams from as many as a dozen states every year. For more information, visit heartlandsoccer.net.
Heartland Soccer has several partnership opportunities including tournament title sponsorship and field naming rights at the new world-class Garmin Olathe Soccer Complex. Heartland partners with like-minded businesses who understand that investing in young people today creates a better community for all in the future. Our partners are important team members in creating an increasingly growing soccer family in our community. Sponsorship will provide businesses with increased brand visibility while making a direct impact on developing Kansas City’s youth through soccer. For more information on sponsorship, please contact Bridgette Samuelson, Director of Partnership Development and Operations at firstname.lastname@example.org
Release ID: 88977939