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Rox Volleyball Signs On as Title Sponsor for 2011 JVA World Challenge Championships

Posted on 04 January 2011

April 22-24, 2011 in Louisville, KY

For Release Rox Volleyball Signs On as Title Sponsor for 2011 JVA World Challenge Championships

The Junior Volleyball Association (JVA) is pleased to announce Rox Volleyball as the title sponsor for the 2011 JVA World Challenge Championships.  As a brand that was created by former and current volleyball players, Rox Volleyball’s cutting-edge products fit in perfectly with the image of JVA as pushing the envelope in the world of volleyball to improve the experience for junior participants.

Ron Kordes, Board President of JVA stated, “I am excited about the partnership with Rox Volleyball due to their commitment to our sport and support of our JVA mission. “

“The Rox Volleyball organization is very excited and honored to be the title sponsor for the JVA World Challenge Championships this year,” said Danielle Olson, President of Rox Volleyball, Inc. “We have always been committed to supporting youth and junior volleyball as it ensures the growth and future of our sport. Furthermore, the tournament will enable us to highlight our innovative apparel to youth volleyball players of all abilities.”

The JVA World Challenge Championships presented by Rox Volleyball, is a three-day AAU Sanctioned Event held April 22-24, 2011 in Louisville, Ky.  Junior athletes will have the opportunity to participate in 10-18 age groups, with ‘Open’ divisions available in the 13-18 age groups. The top two teams in each division will earn a paid entry into the 2011 AAU National Championships in Orlando, Fla. to be held June 14th-22nd.  Last year’s JVA events drew over 1,150 teams.

The JVA is a non-profit 501-C-3 organization with a mission to promote the growth of youth and junior volleyball through program and resource development, education and events.  All profits from the JVA World Challenge Championships go to support the work of the association.

“Thank you,” Olson added, “for the opportunity to be part of an organization that is striving to make volleyball in the United States more competitive at the club level.”

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