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December 3, 2018

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF ATHLETICS TO OFFER NFL FLAG FOOTBALL

Santa Rosa, California — National Academy of Athletics is now authorized to bring NFL FLAG, the largest flag football program in the nation, to the over 80 communities it currently offers youth sports programming.

As of November 2018, National Academy of Athletics is proudly adding NFL FLAG to the programs they provide. Each community partner, municipality, YMCA, Boys & Girls Club and School will have the opportunity to bring this great program to their youth in their community.

NFL FLAG is the country’s leading flag football program, with unmatched standards of safety, education and support. Believing that football imparts great lessons and provides kids with skills that serve them well throughout their lives. Through this partnership, the NFL FLAG and The National Academy of Athletics will serve a larger community of youth athletes offering a fun, non-contact football experience for boys and girls ages 5-17.

The National Academy of Athletics and the NFL FLAG have a “like minded” approach to youth sports and that is why it is such great fit. By adding the NFL FLAG program to the already powerful list of youth sports programs, the National Academy of Athletics is poised to grow its presence in youth camps, clinics and leagues.

Anyone interested in bringing the NFL FLAG or any National Academy of Athletics programs to their community should contact info@NAofA.us or visit NationalAcademyofAthletics.com

About the National Academy of Athletics

The National Academy of Athletics provides high caliber youth sports & athletic programs and services to children, coaches and parents in partnership with city recreation departments, youth sports leagues and organizations, public and private schools and professional sports franchises.

We use sports to promote positive mental and physical development in our youth. as we fight to diminish childhood obesity by advocating healthy, active lifestyles. We give kids the opportunity to have fun and meet positive people, such as coaches and parent volunteers, who will mentor them as they grow.

Besides being tons of fun, youth sports build skills such as teamwork, leadership and responsibility and important life lessons such as competition, perseverance and sportsmanship. Our camps teach kids how to cope through challenges and will boost their self-esteem and confidence.

Public Relations
Laree Mancour
1.866.90.SPORT(77678)
laree@naofa.us
www.NationalAcadmeyofAtheltics.com
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National Academy of Athletics
1260 North Dutton Suite 243B Santa Rosa CA 95401 707-791-7593

NFL FLAG Press Release