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Papa Gino’s, New England Revolution 'Play, Eat, Score' Contest Starts This Week

Local soccer coaches can share their team’s story for a chance to win.

Papa Gino’s and the New England Revolution are gearing up to launch their “Play, Eat, Score” contest for a second year, the company and organization announced in a press release issued Monday. The program is designed to reward young athletes for their hard work and dedication to the game of soccer.

Papa Gino’s and the New England Revolution will surprise eight lucky New England youth soccer teams and coaches with a number of prizes, including a surprise personal appearance by a Revolution player, 50 tickets to an upcoming Revolution game, and Papa Gino’s Pizza. The 2014 “Play, Eat, Score” contest runs from March 17 to July 11.

Last year, Papa Gino’s and the Revolution successfully carried out the contest to youth soccer programs in Dover, Worcester, Newton, Dorchester, Holbrook, Milford, Plainville and Chepachet, RI. Revolution star players all participated in the program.

Local soccer coaches interested in a chance to win this contest are asked to visit the contest website and share their team’s unique story of why they deserve to win.

In addition to winning a visit from a Revolution Player at one of their upcoming team practices, contest winners will also receive the following prize pack:

  • 50 New England Revolution tickets

  • 15 Drawstring bags

  • 15 water bottles

  • 10 large Papa Gino’s Pizzas, cookies, and drinks

  • 15 Papa Gino’s Large Cheese pizza coupons

  • Photograph with Revolution Player

  • Revolution soccer balls, bobbleheads, and key chains

Papa Gino’s and The New England Revolution are proud supporters of youth sports organizations and their leaders who help to teach kids life long lessons about teamwork, healthy competition, and the importance of staying active.
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