OleOle partners with mens soccer team

OleOle.com has partnered with U.S. Soccer to become the official travel partner for
the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team. OleOle.com will provide exclusive
travel packages to both corporate buyers and individuals, offering fans
easy access to a U.S. squad proving itself a rising star among soccer’s
international champions.
  “OleOle.com is committed to making it easy for fans to take pride in
U.S. Soccer. Our partnership with the U.S. Soccer Federation encourages
people to support the U.S. Men’s National Team in person as they travel the
globe,” said Doug Knittle, founder of OleOle.com. “This is just one of an
assortment of offerings from OleOle.com that gives people access to premier
soccer events worldwide, whether they are actually on location at the
matches or connecting with other fans on the site.”
  Today’s announcement comes on the heels of OleOle.com’s recent
agreement with Copa America 2007 to provide exclusive hospitality packages
to one of the world’s most prestigious soccer events. The South American
national team championship will be played in Venezuela from June 26 to July
15, 2007.
  “Our partnership with OleOle.com provides fans an easy and efficient
gateway to cheering for the U.S. Men’s National team throughout the world,”
said U.S. Soccer’s Director of Communications Jim Moorhouse. “OleOle.com is
making it possible for fans from across the United States to support the
team and the players they love.”
  The OleOle travel package includes hotel, event tickets, transportation
to and from the matches and a courteous staff available to answer
questions. Current packages available include the U.S. Men’s match-up with
Sweden at Goteborg Ullevi Stadium on August 22, and upcoming competitions
in Switzerland and in Spain (against Catalonia) in October.
  The U.S. Soccer Federation is the governing body for soccer in the
Untied States. Established in 1916, it is one of the world’s first
organizations to be affiliated with FIFA, the Federation Internationale de
Football Association, soccer’s world governing body. The U.S. Men’s
National Team recently won their fourth CONCACAF Gold Cup crown with a 2-1
victory over Mexico on June 24, 2007. Under new head coach Bob Bradley, the
team has integrated a number of new players and stars as they begin to
target a berth in their sixth straight FIFA World Cup in 2010 in South
Africa.
  In addition to offering premium travel packages, OleOle.com provides a
thriving online community for soccer fans all over the globe, enabling them
to connect with like-minded devotees who share their enthusiasm for the
world’s best loved sport.
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