Ryve Sports is a Sports equipment manufacturer of the Southbat and Dribbling brands. Ryve provides equipment to amateur, professional and most importantly youth sports teams and organizational governing bodies. Ryve shares the profits of its equipment with their non-profit clients to raise funds for kids to pay for equipment, locations to play, referee’s and administration of clubs/teams.
Athletes USA is the leading Scholarship search company in the USA. Assisting student athletes in the search for College athletic scholarships at more than 3500 universities across North America.
Gavin McLeavy at MGM Sports Management said “I’m really excited to facilitate this partnership between two companies that are very dear to my heart. The founders and CEO’s of both companies are people with very charitable and philanthropic mentalities, which makes for a perfect partnership in the youth sports environment. My focus is Rugby but these two companies help all kinds of sports. The more kids that play sports the better for our society. I believe this partnership will greatly benefit ten’s of thousands of kids over the coming years and raise the standard of education, play and equipment to players all over the world.”
“The objective is to find the best and brightest kids to supply Universities with excellent student athletes. It starts with helping the volunteer coaches, teams and organizations to raise the standard of local sports at a youth and developmental level. Kids in those programs assisted by this partnership will be the next generation of student athletes. Focusing on youth on a large scale helps get kids away from the the TV and exercising. If that is all it is then that’s great. More kids will live a healthier lifestyle and if a percentage of them get an education through a scholarship, even better. It’s a positive chain reaction wherever it leads the kids. Overall these two companies will be helping reduce obesity, create more social interactivity, assist volunteers in their community and get kids into university. A win, win.”