September 21, 2016 - Supreme Indoor Football (SIF)
Fayetteville, NC - Supreme Indoor Football, a professional indoor football league is officially launching its 2017 season. SIF is unique not cloned like typical indoor football leagues. Supreme Indoor Football is a customized system of "real time" support, structure and accountability. Currently, the SIF has problem solved issues that mostly affect struggling teams. For example, health, safety and welfare of players, sustaining longevity, marketing, overhead expenses, cost effectiveness, consistency, transparency, integrity, professional development and creation of jobs. Addressing these issues enable team owners to sustain longevity, and become more marketable and resourceful. This way, the teams are more trustworthy and likely to bring, economic development, to the communities in which they live and serve. Supreme Indoor Football has strategically integrated proven professional indoor savvy staff persons, implemented collaborative problem solving teams, forged new community partners, small business owners, national advisors, and an advisory board. The league is owned and operated by Ms. Barbara Spigner, who also owns the Cape Fear Heroes, a professional indoor football team based in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Spigner spearheaded a group of creative-professional collaborators to help organize SIF. Spigner, also a prominent long time business owner in the healthcare industry has a long term interest to initiate positive changes within the professional indoor football industry. Overall, Supreme unselfishly affords struggling teams an opportunity to rehabilitate. The quality management services, the accountability, advocacy, technical support, professional development, customer service training, team building exercises, and effective marketing strategies for club owners is a blueprint to success. The SIF will officially announce the team lineup in an official press conference to be announced.