Glendale, AZ – The Arizona Impact are excited to announce its newest sponsor CANYON STATE CREDIT UNION. With 5 valley locations in Phoenix, Goodyear and Payson, Canyon State Credit Union has served the people of Arizona for more than 60 years. CSCU returns net earnings to its members in the form of lower interest rates on loans, higher dividends on savings, and lower fees. This means more time and money for you.
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“Adding Canyon State Credit Union to our growing list of sponsors was an exciting day for the organization”, said Arizona Impact co-owner Patrick Fisher. “Our ideas of serving and reaching the community are in line with Canyon State Credit Union’s and we look forward to “Making An Impact” together”, says Fisher.
“We are excited about the opportunity to partner with Arizona Impact, a quality organization serving our local community”, says President/CEO Jane Dobbs.
“Our tagline at Canyon State Credit Union is Committed To You™ and something we take very seriously. Our credit union encompasses more than banking – we support our members and our community through service sponsorship’s and financial education. We are committed to helping the communities we serve be a better place to live, work and play while still delivering exceptional quality driven products and services”, added Dobbs.
This comes as the Impact begin their pre-season tonight against PASL newcomers Digitlog FC of Avondale followed by another meeting at the Arizona Sports Complex in Glendale on July 23rd at 9:00pm.
Visit www.arizonaimpact.com for more information.
The Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL) is a national amateur arena league that was started in 1997. Having just concluded its 18th year, the PASL is the largest international indoor/arena soccer league in the world. The PASL currently has 22 teams in 4 divisions across the USA. The PASL is the official developmental league of the Major Arena Soccer League (MASL).
Teams play in regional competition to keep travel costs to a minimum. The champion of each region will then compete in an International final.
The PASL currently runs a winter and summer league. The winter league starts the 1st weekend in December and ends the 3rd weekend in March. The summer league runs from May through July.
October 2008 marked the debut of the MASL, which was originally called the Professional Arena Soccer League.
The PASL and MASL are affiliated members of the CPM (Confederacion Panamericana de Minifutbol). http://www.minifutbolamericas.com/