South Bay AYSO/South Bay Matrix FC has a number of fundraisers going on. We are currently selling Discount Cards that offer great deals on everything from Brunswick bowling to KFC meal deals to the Golden Spoon, Subway, Domino’s, Soak City, and much more. For example, the Sport Zone is offering $3 off purchases of $25 or more. There are many more great deals with the Discount Card, which only costs $10. No need to carry around a large coupon book in your car. The Discount Card fits easily into your wallet or purse. Buy yours today!
Contact Coordinator Luisa Dasis at 619-322-1228, or your favorite Matrix team manager for more info.
In addition, remember to save these dates:
- Wednesday, July 18 for the Shakey’s Matrix fundraiser (Broadway and H St. Chula Vista mall). Shakey’s will donate a percentage of net sales back to South Bay Matrix FC.
- Saturday, August 25 Opening Day festival (all teams)
- Friday, August 31 Casino Bus (details to come)
We will update with more info.
3 thoughts on “Support Our Youth By Supporting AYSO Matrix Fundraisers”
im a big supporter of all things AYSO….except for the AYSO snack. did you see this thought provoking blog post about it? http://www.jiggyhealth.com/uncategorized/talkin-smack-about-ayso-snack/
The article does provide ‘food for thought,’ pardon the pun. The problem of youth obesity and juvenile diabetes, as I am sure you know, goes well beyond the AYSO snack. It starts in the home, with parents who are committed to modeling a balanced diet and providing opportunities for regular exercise, whether a team sport or just active play. The schools are also an important factor. My local elementary school district has removed flavored milk (chocolate and strawberry) from the lunch menu. In AYSO, my daughter’s competitive team is constantly reminded of the importance of proper ‘fuel’ for their bodies, a good balanced meal, because of the high fitness demands. We do not tell them to stop eating pizza, for example. But we say make sure they have fruits and vegetables also and definitely no sodas. Sometimes it is a losing battle–other times they really do carry themselves as young athletes. I am glad that you have reminded us of this topic. Also see this link from our national website: