Reno, NV – Molten USA, Inc. is proud to announce a new partnership with Starlings Volleyball Clubs.
Starlings seeks to provide young girls the opportunity to play volleyball, regardless of their socioeconomic background. Molten will be used as the Official Ball during Starlings’ annual National Tournament in San Diego running from June 17th through the 19th.
“We’re very excited to partner with Molten,” said Nicole Davis, Starlings Director of Development and two- time Olympian. “We think that Molten’s dedication to serving the volleyball community lines up perfectly with our mission. This relationship will help to increase Starlings’ reach as well as grow the sport as a whole.”
“We believe that sports have the power to change the lives of children everywhere,” said Molten USA President Melissa Dawson. “Molten’s commitment to manufacturing the highest quality products combined with Starlings’ mission to support volleyball players of all backgrounds will help enable athletes across the nation achieve their highest potential.”
In addition to Molten providing top of the line sports equipment to Starlings, the partnership will also include collaboration on a variety of grassroots efforts to help grow the sport.
About Starlings Volleyball Clubs
The first Starlings club was founded in San Diego, California in 1996 by former USA Men’s Volleyball Team member Byron Shewman and Olympian Kim Oden. Byron sought to establish a volleyball/academic program that would serve girls from lower socioeconomic groups. Currently, Starlings is the largest junior volleyball club in the nation with clubs in over 50 cities and Native American reservations throughout the United States.