Spirit Renew Partnership with SuperFD for the 2021 Season
Leesburg, Va. - The Washington Spirit and SuperFd Performance Nutrition are proud to announce the renewal of their partnership for the 2021 NWSL Season. SuperFD will continue to be the Official Catering Partner for the Washington Spirit.
As part of the partnership, SuperFD will provide the Spirit players with daily meal service throughout the year. This partnership will continue to provide Spirit players with the first-class services they need to perform at the highest level.
Gretchen Hamm, Chief Growth Officer for the Spirit, said the following about the partnership renewal: "As we continue to look at all enhancements to our players performance, our meal partner is a crucial resource for our team. Last year Robert Wood and his team worked tirelessly to pivot during COVID and we are looking forward to working with them again this year."
SuperFd was founded with a mission to provide the highest quality catering to their community and their athletes. SuperFD's chefs and staff incorporate organic ingredients and sustainable practices into their crowd-pleasing menus presented with style and sophistication. SuperFD is headquartered in Washington D.C., with kitchens across the country in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Seattle, San Diego and New York. The Spirit joins the Washington Capitals and other Washington, D.C. sports franchises as SuperFd partners.
"SuperFd Performance Nutrition is excited to continue our partnership with the Washington Spirit," Travis Eagleson, Head of Business Development for SuperFD. "Our goal is to deliver the highest quality meals built specifically for professional athletes to fuel their success on the field and in the community."
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