Dear Power Soccer Community,
The United States Power Soccer Association and the 2007 and 2011 World Cup Champion US National Power Soccer Teams would appreciate your support of our grassroots campaign to grow awareness about power soccer and Honor the World Cup Champions at the White House. Please spread the word about the campaign through social media and e-mail with all your contacts THIS WEDNESDAY March 12.
We want to coordinate a joint message from everyone we know on the same day to increase our reach. Please encourage your contacts to share the campaign. Here are three ways to support the campaign.
1. Click on this link to join the campaign:https://www.change.org/petitions/the-white-house-honor-the-us-power-wheelchair-soccer-team-at-the-white-house-for-their-two-world-cup-titles
2. Click on this link to help us reach The White House, Mrs. Obama and the President on Twitter:http://sendaathletics.com/uspowersoccer/
3. Click on this link to our Facebook fan page to like, share, communicate and connect:https://www.facebook.com/USPowerSoccerAtWhiteHouse
Our goal is to gather at least 1,000 letters of support. In April 2014 when the US Men’s National Soccer Team visit the White House on their way to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, have the White House use that opportunity to honor both US teams at the White House.
Here is a Twitter message you can share:
Help us honor athletes of all abilities. Lets take @powersoccerusa to WH! http://ctt.ec/2rsA_+ #PowerSoccer2WH
Here is a Facebook message you can share, along with the attached Photo:
Help us honor athletes of all abilities, and lets take the 2 time World Champion US National Power Soccer Team to the White House this Spring. YOU can make this happen on Change.org chn.ge/1jDOTpv#PowerSoccer2WH
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