For the many talented but undiscovered soccer players looking for exposure and an opportunity to showcase their talent to the world, there is no better platform. This is a life-changing, star-making event they cannot afford to miss.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 25, 2010
The very first Iso-soccer auditions and tryouts will take place in Dallas, TX in June 2010. Talented players chosen from the tryouts will be featured in the first Iso-soccer commercials premiering on the CBS super screen in Times Square, New York during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. They will also get a chance to participate in the Iso-soccer inaugural games planned for July 2010. For the many talented soccer players and athletes looking for exposure this is the perfect opportunity. Our launching games also presents amazing sponsorship and advertising opportunities for businesses.
Isosports International, Inc is pleased to present the very first Iso-soccer auditions and tryouts to recruit the pioneering group of Iso-soccer players. It will take place in Dallas, TX in June 2010. Some of the talented players chosen from the tryouts will be featured in the first Iso-soccer commercials premiering on the CBS super screen in Time Square, NY during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Furthermore, players chosen from the tryouts will participate in the Iso-soccer inaugural games, planned for July 2010, for a chance to win various cash prizes and rewards and to advance to the national and international Iso-soccer launching tournaments; both planned for later this year. As well, they get the chance to participate in various Iso-soccer promotions and programs. For the many talented but undiscovered soccer players looking for exposure and an opportunity to showcase their talent to the world, there is no better platform. This is a life-changing, star-making event they cannot afford to miss.
In keeping with our objectives of giving opportunities to gifted individuals, the Dallas tryouts are open to both male and female athletes, and while it is primarily focused on discovering Iso-soccer players in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro and surrounding cities, it is open to contestants from other states as well. Contestants and teams are welcome from all walks of life: sports and fitness clubs, schools, colleges and universities, youth groups and organizations, churches, businesses and corporations. Those interested in participating in the tryouts can sign-up on our website http://www.isosoccer.com and begin the registration process. The social networking features of our website allows for contestants in the same area to connect and form amateur teams for practices and games. There is also coaching, refereeing and many other sports career opportunities available.
Iso-soccer is designed for the 21st century sports fan. From the revolutionary and unique design of the Iso court, multi-level and fun games, rules and regulations, technical elements and practice drills, Iso-soccer fulfills every fantasy of the sports enthusiast by providing the right mixture of excitement and challenge. Businesses that actively pursue sports sponsorship as part of their marketing campaign will appreciate the strategic and competitive options that the 2010 Iso-soccer launching games and programming presents to marketers. The games also offer an excellent entry point for small, medium-sized and larger corporations exploring cost-effective sports marketing solutions. The Iso-soccer website, http://www.isosoccer.com, has additional information about Iso-soccer and our 2010 launching programs.
Isosports International, Inc is a sports, media and entertainment company founded in 2007. Based in Dallas, Texas, it is the mission of Isosports to pioneer the development of 21st century sports and entertainment systems. As part of our introduction to America and the sports world, Iso-soccer will be featured in a television show, Today in America, hosted by Terry Bradshaw in the episode "Taking Your Game to the Next Level" as part of its "Ultimate Sports Enthusiasts" series, which will be aired on Versus, FOX Sports Net, and ESPN2 in the fall of 2010. Today in America is not directly affiliated with the television networks mentioned above.