EduKick Soccer Schools Unveil New Media Site with Soccer Videos

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EduKick, the leader in international soccer exchange boarding school programs, has unleashed a new soccer media site. The EduKick Media website features soccer school and camp videos, pictures, soccer blogs, video news reports (vlogs) and more to assist parents and youth players in making a better decision when choosing soccer camps or academic year soccer boarding schools.

EduKick, the leader in international soccer exchange boarding school programs, has unleashed a new media site.

The EduKick Media site (http://media.edukick.com) features updated soccer school and camp videos, pictures, soccer blogs, video news reports (vlogs), and more to assist parents and youth players in making a better decision when choosing soccer camps or academic year soccer boarding schools.

"We wanted to provide interested parents and players an opportunity to see firsthand what EduKick soccer schools are like," said Joey Bilotta, vice president of EduKick (http://www.edukick.com). "Video and digital photos are the perfect media with which to do that. Soccer camp and soccer school video clips help our clients fully understand the EduKick program experience before they actually sign up."

With the new media site, EduKick showcases extensive soccer camp video and photo galleries for interested soccer players. Site visitors can watch personal player interviews, language classes, cultural excursion, practices, and more.

The new site also offers a soccer blog page, soccer radio show, soccer press releases and editorials, and links to the EduKick social networking sites including YouTube, MySpace and Facebook.

According to Bilotta, this new media site is not only a step forward for EduKick, but also a means of helping parents and their children make an educated decision when choosing an international soccer camp and soccer exchange program.

"We want to show them exactly what they can expect from our soccer exchange boarding schools and language immersion soccer programs abroad," said Bilotta. "When you can actually see exactly what your kids will be doing every day, it can make the decision of where to register much easier."

To create their new site, EduKick enlisted the aid of Monster Studios, a Los Angeles-based firm.

"EduKick asked us to provide them with a 2.0 solution to better communicate and interact with their website visitors, database, and interested soccer families," said Greg Morancey, president and CEO of Monster Studios. "We built the new EduKick Media site with an emphasis on soccer videos and photos as a means of showing what the original site only wrote about with text. Now EduKick Web visitors can click on a recently uploaded video clip and catch a glimpse of EduKick life as it actually exists for their soccer players."

See EduKick soccer camps in action at the new EduKick Media site at http://media.edukick.com

About EduKick, Inc.:
EduKick's mission is to provide intensive soccer development training programs that also teach youngsters about cultural diversity and foreign languages. As professionals, soccer fanatics and fathers, Joseph Bilotta and Corey Zimmerman wanted to create programs that maximized the EduKick youth's time abroad; instilling a sense of independence and pride through experiencing international travel, structured language study, cultural excursions, and daily professional soccer training.

Press release provided by Xeal Inc. (http://www.xeal.com)

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