RALEIGH, N.C., March 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Silbo, Inc., the leading automation platform for sports officials and amateur sports leagues, is proud to announce that our co-founder, Daniel Caldwell, has joined the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) Advisory Council.
NAYS Director of Education Programs, Kate Nematollahi, and Executive Director, John Engh found mutual goals and values in the way Silbo works to make a positive impact on youth sports through officiating. In September, Caldwell was invited to join the NAYS Advisory Council and later spoke to attendees of the NAYS Youth Sports Congress in New Orleans about common struggles in youth sports.
“Without officials there are no youth sports,” says Caldwell. “We’re working with NAYS to face the officiating crisis head on, and make sure current and future youth athletes can enjoy the benefits of sports for many years to come.”
NAYS and Silbo are both advocates for youth sports and believe officials are vital to safe and successful sporting events. As a part of the partnership, Silbo officials qualify for discounted NAYS memberships.
About Silbo, Inc.: Based in Raleigh, NC, Silbo™ is the trusted provider of the leading sports officiating marketplace, Go Silbo™, connecting amateur sports games with qualified sports officials. Silbo’s mission is to improve the amateur athletics experience by enabling sports officials and game providers with a simple and convenient way to assist the community of sporting officials to book games, work as much as they want and get paid for their services in a quick and timely way. The Go Silbo app can be found on the App Store and Google Play.
About NAYS: The National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) educates, equips and empowers youth sports leaders, volunteers and parents so all children can enjoy the lifelong benefits of sports. NAYS, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, partners with more than 3,000 community-based organizations and has trained more than four million coaches, parents, officials and administrators since its inception in 1981.
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