Flash Partner with Bella Vista Group
ELMA, N.Y. (Saturday, March 22, 2014) - The Western New York Flash has partnered with Bella Vista Group, a national commercial and residential development company. Through the partnership, Bella Vista Group will be featured on the Flash's training jerseys, which are worn for all practices.
"As a certified woman-owned business, Bella Vista Group takes particular pride in this opportunity to partner with the Flash professional women's soccer team," said Bella Vista President Joe Cipolla. "The success of the Flash exemplifies the proliferation of soccer and women's sports in the US."
"I'm very happy we were able to bring Bella Vista into the Flash organization," said Mike Cipolla, Flash assistant general manager and new business development manager. "The company has created a culture of success in its field, much like the Western New York Flash. I'm looking forward to working with Joe and the rest of Bella Vista Group during the upcoming season."
Headquartered in Buffalo, Bella Vista is a leading developer and management company of strip shopping centers with a presence that has grown to cover the Northeast region including Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Ohio. In addition, the company has added locations in Florida, the Midwest and the West Coast to better serve its clientele.
Some of Bella Vista's retailers include Walmart, Barnes & Noble, Home Depot and Wegmans Food Markets, to name a few. In addition, the company owns multiple apartment and residential buildings in the Buffalo area.
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