June 18, 2012
Youth sports automation leader asks parents about their youth soccer experience, exploring issues of time commitment, expense, organization, communications and social media sharing
WHAT: Korrio (www.korrio.com), developer of the leading integrated sports automation service for youth soccer, has launched its inaugural Youth Soccer Parent Survey, designed to learn from parents what it takes to manage their children’s soccer lives.
The survey, which will be administered annually, asks youth soccer parents to share their experience and perspective on a wide variety of topics, including: organizing your soccer life; coach-parent communications; time commitment; sharing your child’s soccer life through social media; cost; health and wellness; competition, behavior and development; and sideline behavior. Survey results will be released on www.korrio.com in August, 2012.
Participants who complete the survey will be entered to win an Apple iPad 2, courtesy of Korrio. Korrio Soccer Ambassador and U.S. Women’s Soccer legend Kristine Lilly will announce the winner via her Twitter account on August 1, 2012.
Korrio integrates web, mobile and social networking to provide club administrators and coaches with a comprehensive, user-friendly online sports automation system, managing all aspects of club and team operations – from registration, payment processing and rostering to practice and game scheduling and communications. Each user has a personal dashboard, providing families and players with the tools to organize and share their sports lives.
WHEN: June 18, 2012, through July 31, 2012.
HOW: To take the Korrio Youth Soccer Parent Survey, visit survey link.
For information on Korrio, visit www.korrio.com.
John Gates/Mark Baizen