i9 Sports Announces Plans to Open Eight New Locations this Fall

Nation's Fastest Growing Youth Sports Franchise Seeks Personnel to Extend Growth

TAMPA, Fla. - April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ - i9 Sports, the nation's fastest growing youth sports league franchise announced plans today to open eight new company-owned locations in six metro areas as part of its expansion initiative. i9 Sports offers leagues, camps, and clinics for boys and girls ages 3-14 in today's most popular team sports such as flag football, soccer, basketball and baseball. The new locations will be in Naperville, Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; St. Louis, Missouri; Omaha, Nebraska; Nashville, Tennessee; and Dallas, Texas.

i9 Sports believes there isn't a better tool to teach a child the skills necessary to succeed in life than sports. "Self-discipline, determination, teamwork, and good sportsmanship are only a handful of the many valuable life skills learned through sports participation," said Brian Sanders, President and Chief Operating Officer.

"i9 Sports offers an alternative to the hyper-competitive, win-at-all-cost culture that pervades most youth sports programs today. Through the i9 Sports Experience, we offer customers an experience that focuses on fun, safety, and convenience as well as the opportunity to learn the value of good sportsmanship."

i9 Sports will be offering flag football and soccer programs in these new locations with the intent of adding T-ball in the Spring. They will be hiring 15-20 people to operate the leagues, but the first step in the expansion in the hiring of a program manager in the local market.

"Our program managers are the heart of our organization," said Sanders. "In this full-time role, program managers are involved with everything related to i9 Sports in the local market including community relations, marketing and the sourcing of all key personnel, such as site managers, instructors, officials, coaches and support staff."

i9 Sports will be expanding into additional markets in 2015, adding approximately 16 new company-owned locations. Markets will be announced later this year. To learn more about i9 Sports, please visit www.i9sports.com. To apply for a position applicants can send their resume and contact information to resume@i9sportsfranchise.com and can also apply on monster.com.

About i9 Sports

i9 Sports is the first and fastest-growing youth sports league franchise in the United States. With more than half a million members from New York to Hawaii, i9 Sports offers leagues, camps, and clinics for boys and girls ages 3-14 in today's most popular team sports such as flag football, soccer, basketball and baseball. With franchise locations nationwide, i9 Sports continues to sell new territories throughout the U.S. If you're interested in learning more about the franchise opportunity, visit www.i9sportsfranchise.com or call (800) 975-2937.

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