Big goal, new gear for soccer, North Bend Chaplins partnership

Chaplins' Leesa McKay is the presenter of checks to local sports leagues. Chaplins is starting up its Snoqualmie Valley youth soccer promotion this fall.
— image credit: Seth Truscott/Staff Photo

Chaplins North Bend Chevrolet is partnering with the Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association in North Bend to help children get a better game experience.

Through the national Chevrolet Youth Soccer program, Chaplins provide new equipment, a money donation and an opportunity for community members to enter the Free Chevrolet vehicle sweepstakes.

The association gets soccer kits filled with various items including equipment bags, pop-up goals, corner flags, linesman flags, soccer balls, ball pumps, first-aid kits, and Chevrolet Youth Soccer t-shirts. The league also get 2,000 sweepstakes forms to distribute within the community.  At the end of the entry period, one winner from the West region will win their choice of a 2014 Chevrolet vehicle. Other prizes are also awarded.

“We are proud to be able to help the kids in our community by donating equipment and much-needed funds for their league. We are excited to be part of the effort this year, and anticipate a fun-filled season with Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association,” said Leesa McKay of Chaplins.

This year, Chevrolet and the United States Soccer Federation announced a multi-year deal that makes Chevrolet is the Official Partner of U.S. Soccer. Its sanctioning authority strengthens the Chevrolet Youth Soccer program, which involves nearly 1,000 dealers and 850,000 youth throughout the U.S.

For more information about Chevrolet Youth Soccer, please visit

Call Chaplins at (866) 459-8239.


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