Partnership with Sports Official Gear Provider Makes It Easier for New Referees and Umpires to Get Started
RALEIGH, N.C, June 3, 2020 – Silbo, Inc., provider of the leading Go Silbo™ platform connecting sports officials and amateur sports leagues, announced a partnership with Ump-Attire.com. Ump-Attire.com is the number one provider of umpire and referee gear and apparel, and is offering all Silbo users a 5% discount when they use the code SILBO5.
“Partnering with Ump-Attire.com makes it easier for new and current officials to download the Go Silbo app, get the uniforms and equipment they need, and get out on the field,” said Brendan Szulik, CEO & co-founder of Silbo. “We’re excited to not only be working with the top officiating apparel supplier, but to also provide our community of officials greater affordability on their purchases.”
Jim Kirk, President of Ump-Attire.com, shared, “At Ump-Attire.com, we share Silbo’s vision for making sports better through technology which enhances and supports the next generation of sports officials. Partnering with them to outfit their officials and supporting their mission is a perfect fit.”
As the industry leader in sports officiating automation, Silbo has grown exponentially since its founding, providing thousands of sports officials access to games in more than 10 sports across 10 states.
About Silbo, Inc.: Based in Raleigh, NC, with offices in Boston, Orlando, Phoenix, and Washington, DC, Silbo™ is the trusted provider of the sports officiating marketplace Go Silbo™. Made for refs by refs, Silbo automates the connection and payment to qualified sports officials simply and conveniently. The Go Silbo app can be found on the App Store and Google Play.
About Ump-Attire.com: Based in Louisville, KY, Ump-Attire.com is the number one provider of umpire and referee gear and apparel. They are also the exclusive uniform supplier to Minor League Baseball Umpires and the MiLB Umpire Training Academy. In addition, they are focused on making a difference by donating a percentage of profits to causes including the American Cancer Society, Umps Care Charities, and the Wounded Warriors Umpire Academy.