Philadelphia, PA, September 03, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Philadelphia Sports Network is pleased to announce the Play 2 Give Campaign. This fall, everyone who registers to play in a league is making a direct contribution to Philadelphia. It’s a 1:1 ratio: for every league filled, PSN will donate one set of sports equipment to a Philadelphia public school in need. This is PSN’s way of passing on the good will of the Philadelphia community for helping the network grow to over 5000 people within two years since its founding.
PSN adult sports leagues are a budget-friendly way to meet new people and network, while playing sports in convenient Center City locations. Leagues include: flag football, kickball, men's basketball, women's basketball, bowling, racquetball, dodgeball, tennis, volleyball, indoor and outdoor soccer and loaded-wiffleball. Players can sign up with a team, with a small group or as an individual. Team and corporate discounts are available. PSN provides players with league equipment, team shirts, league scheduling, facility reservations, referees, playoff games and prizes. Players also receive 1 free drink at a league-sponsored bar after every game and discounts with league sponsors such as City Sports, Sweat Fitness and Whole Foods.
The story of PSN began four years ago with two architects’ love of basketball. Both Jason Cooper and Ryan Ward were new to the city and looking for an easy way to break a sweat after work. Word spread about their informal after-work games. Friends started joining. Soon people brought along more friends. Now, with over 15 leagues each season in over 10 sports, PSN has become a network of more than 5000 people from all walks of life, including attorneys, doctors, designers, engineers, teachers, professors, graduate students, restaurant owners and entrepreneurs, making PSN a unique opportunity to meet new people and network in a fun environment. Staying true to its roots, Philadelphia Sports Network is the only organization in Philadelphia that provides quality adult sports leagues in convenient Center City locations.
Fall registration deadline is September 30 or while spots remain.