Greenville-based technology company ScanSource has partnered with the city’s new professional soccer club, the Greenville Triumph. When the team takes the field for the first time in Statesboro, Ga., on March 29, players will be wearing uniforms bearing the ScanSource logo across the chest and the Bon Secours logo on the sleeve.
“We’re honored to have ScanSource as one of our club’s most visible partners,” Greenville Triumph vice chairman and chief brand officer Doug Erwin said in a news release. “ScanSource’s growth and commitment to the communities in which they have offices, including their headquarters in Greenville, provides a great model of success that we hope to mirror as we build the foundation of our club.”
Mike Baur, ScanSource chairman and CEO, said the partnership will “have an impact that reaches well beyond the soccer field.”
“ScanSource is very excited about our partnership with the Greenville Triumph,” he said in the release. “Our organizations share many of the same values: investment in the community, international appeal, respecting diverse backgrounds, delivering an engaging experience, and community support and outreach through targeted initiatives.”
Jerseys are available for purchase online and will ship in advance of the club’s season-opening game. The club opens its home season April 6 against the Lansing Ignite at Legacy Early College. Single game tickets will go on sale in mid-March.