Rapsodo donates $ 51,000 in sports equipment to


ST. LOUIS, July 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Rapsodo, the sports data company known for helping athletes analyze real-time metrics to perfect their game, will donate more than $ 51,000 to Two years for young people, a non-profit organization and the official charity of the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA), which collects baseball equipment and distributes it to children who do not have access to it.

“We believe that sport has the power to unite and bring people together,” said Batuhan Okur, founder and CEO of Rapsodo. “Baseball is an integral part of our lives, and we’re thrilled to share our love for the game with kids who might not have the chance to enjoy the great game otherwise. We are proud to partner with Turn Two for Youth to help provide these children with the necessary equipment to go out and play baseball. ”

Turn Two for Youth will use Rapsodo’s $ 51,000 donation to bring equipment to organizations with limited options to play baseball or softball. Based in Saint-Louis, Rapsodo has named two local organizations among those that will receive material thanks to this donation: Redbird Rookies, a free, non-competitive co-ed baseball / softball program that provides children with equipment, uniforms and extended off-court support, and STL youth sports awareness, an association that helps provide sports equipment to children of families in need. By introducing these games to children from an early age, the goal is to give them an outlet to stay active, have fun and learn to appreciate the importance of sportsmanship.

“Our Turn Two for Youth team is honored and honored to receive this gracious donation from Rapsodo. These funds will allow children to enjoy baseball and softball in communities that need it most, ”said Billy Owens, Co-Founder of Turn Two for Youth. “Our mission at Turn Two for Youth is to connect kids with the equipment they need, but more importantly with coaches and mentors to help pass the principles of baseball for life. We continue to be grateful and to benefit from our relationship with ABCA This is a great example of ABCA bringing two organizations together to make an impact.

Turn Two for Youth is the official charity of ABCA, the premier professional organization for amateur baseball coaches, and its mission is to facilitate the fun and expansion of baseball for youth across the board. global. Rapsodo, ABCA and Turn Two for Youth are all committed to advancing baseball and providing underserved youth the opportunity to enjoy the game.

“Rapsodo’s commitment to uniting communities through sport is underscored by this generous donation to Turn Two for Youth,” said Craig Keilitz, Executive Director of ABCA. “Rapsodo recognized early on the vast impact the COVID-19 pandemic would have on communities across our country and generated a solution to help children in disadvantaged areas. With so many people and communities struggling during this unprecedented time, Rapsodo and Turn Two for Youth have come together to create an initiative that will truly make an impact and bring communities together. This donation, along with Turn Two for Youth’s ability to distribute equipment, will allow children in disadvantaged communities to return to the field safely and play the game we all love.

In conjunction with the donation, Rapsodo has become Turn Two for Youth’s St. Louis Community Partner, which will facilitate annual equipment trips to the local community. For more information on Rapsodo’s charitable contributions, visit rapsodo.com/rapsodo-announces-$51-thousand-donation-to-turn-two-for-youth.

About Rapsodo:
Rapsodo develops data-driven sports technologies designed to enable athletes and coaches to profitably analyze and improve their game, which is used by thousands of professional and college teams, including all 30 MLB teams. Founded in 2010, the company developed the first affordable personal golf launch monitor, distributed in the United States under SkyTrak. The company continues to focus on providing a variety of sports training and simulation technologies that allow users to better understand performance through reliable statistics. This ultimately translates into Rapsodo’s motto “Measure to master”. To find out more, visit Rapsodo.com.

About Turn Two for Youth:
Turn Two for Youth continues to help disadvantaged youth find positive influences and build new relationships through the games of baseball and softball. Thanks to our supporting partners, coaches, ambassadors and baseball families around the world, we have reached thousands of children. Baseball and softball are games that help build character. We remain motivated and excited to pass the game on to children who may not have had the chance to play before. We are also inspired by the thousands of coaches who tirelessly serve as community leaders and mentors to so many players.

About ABCA:
The ABCA, founded in 1945, is the premier professional organization for amateur baseball coaches. Its more than 13,000 members represent all 50 states and 27 countries. Throughout the year, the ABCA offers educational clinics, videos, educational tools and hosts the world’s largest baseball convention to continually serve its members while advancing the game of baseball.

Media contacts:
Brittany Zoet
Public relations outcry for Rapsodo
312-878-4575 ext 246
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