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Sport Pins Named as Official Medals and Pins Supplier


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Lexington, Kentucky (January 30, 2014) — Kentucky Youth Soccer, the largest youth sports organization in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, has announced Sport Pins International Inc., as its official Medals, Pins and Awards supplier.

Under the terms of the partnership, Sport Pins International will provide medals and pins for Kentucky Youth Soccer programs, including the Soccer Village Cup, the Commonwealth Cup, the Kohl’s American Cup, the Kentucky Youth Soccer Presidents Cup and Kentucky Youth Soccer State Open Cup.

"Sport Pins is excited to become an official partner of Kentucky Youth Soccer," said Sport Pins Director of Sales, Jeff Bivens. "We have been proudly serving Kentucky Youth Soccer for over 20 years and are excited to expand this relationship.  We look forward to helping each association, tournament, club and team anyway we can through our great products, outstanding graphic designs and customer service."

Founded by Connie Bivens in 1980, Sport Pins International has offered its customers some of the finest awards in the industry for more than 30 years.

"We are pleased to welcome Sport Pins as a Kentucky Youth Soccer sponsor," Kentucky Youth Soccer Executive Director Kris Zander said. "Sport Pins will provide quality products to help commemorate the on-field accomplishments of our teams and provide the players with a memento of their hard work to look back on in years to come."

For more information on Sport Pins International, please visit For more information on Kentucky Youth Soccer, please visit