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Take the Pledge to Promote Good Sportsmanship and earn $2,500

09/02/2014, 1:00pm MDT

Since 2007, Liberty Mutual Insurance has donated more than half-a-million dollars to deserving youth sports teams, leagues and organizations. The Play Positive™ Pledge, our latest program, seeks to continue that tradition of rewarding teams who demonstrate a commitment to sportsmanship and playing positive.

During each Pledge period, youth sports teams from around the country compete to rally their supporters to pledge to promote good sportsmanship. At the end of the period, the five Large Division teams and the five Small Division teams with the most Pledges will each earn $2,500 to help support their team. In the past, teams have used the monies to fund player scholarships, purchase new uniforms or equipment, pay for team travel expenses, or create opportunities for underprivileged kids in the area who want to play.

The first Pledge period opened on August 15 and closes October 15.  Learn more and get started today at

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