June 27, 2017 – JACKSONVILLE, FL – The First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce their partnership with The Florida Elite Soccer Academy. This partnership supports the leading soccer organization for outreach with the Hispanic community.
Florida Elite provides development opportunities for players starting at a young age. A player-centric approach fosters individual confidence along with team success. These goals are achieved through hard work, dedication and the complete commitment to every level of player from Recreational to Elite player. The Florida Elite Soccer Academy teaches players a style of soccer which emphasizes passing and possession of the ball.
Regardless of economic, social, or ethnic background, the soccer field is a place where all children can grow and develop not only as soccer players, but as amazing members of society throughout their lives.
One of Florida Elite’s Directors of Coaching, Alberto Pita, explains that the objective of their organization is to provide the opportunity for every child to play soccer. Pita believes the relationship with the Hispanic community, “could help create an environment and culture where this beautiful game can not only create economic development to areas in need, but also create limitless opportunity for those who live there.”
The Florida Elite Soccer Academy instills a dedication to excellence and teamwork in all players. They are a community that values family and collaboration. To learn more about the organization, visit www.floridaelitesa.com.
About the First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The First Coast Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FCHCC) was created to encourage and promote sound, ethical and successful business practices in the Hispanic community and to further the recognition of Hispanic heritage and culture through educational endeavors. The mission of the FCHCC is to positively impact the regional economy by creating value, promoting and facilitating the success of Hispanic-owned businesses and by engaging the community at large.
Media Contact: Madelene Skinner
Phone: (904) 346-1118