Heartland Soccer Association is excited to announce its continued partnership with Sport Shake, a delicious, creamy milk shake that is made with real dairy. The partnership includes Sport Shake as the title sponsor of the Sport Shake Mother's Day Classic, to be held May 12-14, 2017, at the Scheels Overland Park Soccer Complex and Swope Soccer Village.
"We are very excited to have Sport Shake expand their presence at the Heartland family of tournaments," stated Shane Hackett, Executive Director at Heartland Soccer Association. "Sport Shake is a great protein product for our young soccer players and athletes. Not only is this a terrific protein product for our young athletes but it's great to have a locally headquartered product supporting our kids here in Kansas City and the region."
One can of Sport Shake provides 9 grams of protein to help muscles recover, and an excellent source of calcium to build strong bones. It also has a good source of potassium to replace what's lost in sweat, with more potassium in one serving than in an entire banana!
"At Sport Shake, we are proud to sponsor Heartland Soccer Association to help young athletes reach their potential. With the best tournament facilities in a city known for soccer, this partnership with Heartland is a way the Sport Shake team can support some of the most enthusiastic soccer players in the country. We believe we have the best tasting protein shake on the market, but most importantly, that it has the nutritional profile to help soccer players quickly recover and show their power on the field the next day," said Ted Sowle, AVP, Marketing with Dairy Farmers of America, Inc. ("DFA").
Sport Shake is made in southern Missouri where milk from surrounding Kansas and Missouri farms goes into the product. The brand is owned by DFA, a dairy cooperative headquartered in Kansas City.
Sport Shake is available at select Price Chopper, Hy-Vee, Hen House and CVS locations. Visit SportShake.com or follow them on social media for more information, and be sure to sample the product at upcoming HSA tournaments.