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7EA strikes Landmark coin deal for Tournament

By James Shaw, 01/24/19, 2:15AM MST


7 Elite Academy will join forces with one of Utah's biggest Risk Management and Insurance companies at the 7EA Tournament later this month.

The competition, which starts on January 31st, will use official coins sponsored by Landmark Risk Management and Insurance to decide kicks-off and penalty shoot-outs.

Hundreds of players, coaches and officials will descend on Sullivan Virgin River Soccer Park and Little Valley Fields in St. George, ahead of a dedicated finals day on February 2nd.

The newly-struck coins, which are around 3” in diameter, have been designed to feature both the Landmark Risk Management and 7EA logos.

Nick Nield, 7 Elite Academy Tournament Director, said: “We are delighted to work with such a major Utah business in creating official coins for the 7EA Tournament.

“Landmark Risk Management have been incredibly supportive throughout the design process and are now a key partner in making this event a huge success.

“We have teams travelling to us from across the United States and I am looking forward to giving everyone a warm welcome to such a beautiful part of the world.

“With companies like Landmark Risk Management on board, we have an opportunity to make our tournament a true Utah success story."

A total of 98 teams from Utah and further afield have signed up for the 7 Elite Academy Tournament.

Landmark Risk Management and Insurance, based in St. George, co-ordinates the health, life and auto insurance requirements for hundreds of companies across Utah.

Nick Ence, owner of Landmark Risk Management and Insurance, said: “Partnering with 7 Elite Academy is a continuation of the work we do all year round within the community here in Utah.

“We offer thorough, low-risk insurance products to a wide range of companies and individuals throughout the state, all of whom rely on a fast and efficient service.

“The professional attitude we have seen from 7 Elite Academy mirrors our approach to every customer, so we are delighted to sponsor the official tournament coins.”