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Monday, May 30, 2016

Pass The Love Back and Support Youth Soccer

This post was sponsored by Mondelez International as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received compensation as a thank you for my review.

We are a sports obsessed family. Adrian and Ivanna play various sports, including youth soccer, and hope to one day become professional athletes. Ivanna, especially, hopes to one day join the U.S. Women's National Soccer team. She loves soccer. I never see her happier than when she is on that soccer field competing. She even has tryouts coming up soon for an elite team here in Miami. We are training hard and I know she will be amazing. 

Why soccer? I believe youth soccer is great exercise, teaches kids teamwork and sportsmanship and it's fun.  Adrian and Ivanna both enjoy the competition and the love of the game! Youth soccer keeps them active and focused on a goal, all traits that will help them thrive in adulthood! Youth sports is also a way to create community and make friends. When you are on a team, you spend lots of time with your teammates and sometimes this can lead to lifelong friendships. I love being out on the field watching the kids give it their all and bond with other kids. 


Adrian and Ivanna are extremely fortunate that they have all the equipment and training they need to be soccer stars. Not all children are so fortunate. The #PassTheLoveBack campaign helps bridge the divide and connect teams with enhancements. As the Official Snacks of U.S. Soccer and Major League Soccer, the maker of OREO cookies, RITZ BITS crackers and CHIPS AHOY! cookie multipacks, is back with the third year of the #PassTheLoveBack soccer program. Through May 31st, teams can visit the official site,, and sign up to earn up to $1,000 toward custom T-shirts and/or team donations. $1000 can make a huge difference for a team!

Do your children play youth soccer? What's your reasoning behind getting your child involved in youth soccer?

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