McDonald's Becomes Tournament Sponsor

McDonald's Becomes Tournament Sponsor

O’Fallon, MO (February 24th, 2020) - Missouri Rush and the Owner/Operators of the McDonald’s of Metro St. Louis Co-Op are excited to announce a partnership agreement for the naming rights of the Annual Mother’s Day Classic tournament.

Effective immediately, the Mother’s Day Classic event will now be called the McDonald’s Missouri Rush Mother’s Day Classic and College Showcase. This event has been a staple in the soccer community for over 27 years. “We are excited to be adding a partner through the Owners/Operators of the McDonald’s of Metro St. Louis Co-Op. McDonald’s is a household name and bringing their support deeper into the community is a great way for our organizations to support one another.” says Nick Teater - Executive Director MRSC

The standards Rush has set for this event will grow through the McDonald's partnership. After suffering a setback from the St. Louis Youth Soccer Association’s complex flooding last year, Rush officials have worked diligently on establishing the same atmosphere at new facilities. Players will once again be able to enjoy the stage presentations as well as an improved vendor village at the Creve Coeur Park Soccer Complex and many more additions. Players experience has also been enhanced for our College Showcase piece through our College Advisory Program.    

Get ready to see the golden arches of the McDonald’s brand all around the event! 

About the Owner/Operators of the McDonald’s of Metro St. Louis Co-Op - The McDonald’s of Metro St. Louis Co-Op is made up of 158 restaurants, all of which are locally owned by nearly 40 owner/operators. The restaurants are located in St. Charles County, St. Louis County, Franklin County, Jefferson County, Warren County, St. Francois County, St . Genevieve County and the City of St. Louis in Missouri. In Illinois, owner/operators own restaurants in St. Clair County, Madison County, Monroe County, Clinton County, Montgomery County, Randolph and Jersey County. The owner/operators are heavily involved in their communities. For instance, they recently launched a campaign to raise $2 million for a new Ronald McDonald House in the City of St. Louis. Ronald McDonald House Charities provides a home away from home for families of seriously ill children staying in hospitals.

More about Rush Soccer - Rush Soccer is the largest youth sports club in the world. With its origins in Colorado, USA, Rush Soccer is an international sports organization focused on the development of soccer players. 

Rush Soccer partners with over a hundred clubs across the globe in pursuance of fulfilling its very mission: to provide an unparalleled soccer experience: Progressive. Ambitious. Comprehensive.