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Chattanooga Red Wolves SC announces Kapperman, White and McGarvey Eyecare as the club’s official yellow card sponsor

By Chattanooga Red Wolves SC, 02/28/19, 9:00AM EST


USL League One Team inks agreement with local optometry services provider for inaugural season

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC has announced Kapperman, White and McGarvey Eyecare as the club’s official yellow card sponsor. The local optometry services provider is a longtime supporter of soccer in the Scenic City, and according to Chattanooga Red Wolves SC Corporate Sales Executive Mikaya Reynolds, it’s organizations like Kapperman, White and McGarvey who help continue to propel the growth of the sport.                        

“We couldn’t be more excited to have Kapperman, White and McGarvey Eyecare on board for our debut,” said Reynolds. “The organization has always supported the growth and development of soccer in Chattanooga, and it’s important to our club to partner with businesses who share our same passion and desire to elevate and grow the game in our region.”

Kapperman, White and McGarvey Eyecare has been a leading provider of optometry services and vision care products in the Chattanooga community since 1988. Dr. Mark Kapperman founded the practice in 1988 as one of the first businesses on Gunbarrel Road. Dr. Troy White began practicing in 1999, followed by Dr. Robert McGarvey in 2008 and Dr. Megan Kortum in 2016. The team’s mission is to provide the best eye care services possible and are committed to educating patients and providing personalized eye care services to the people of Chattanooga. 

“We are thrilled to support Chattanooga Red Wolves SC as they kick off professional soccer in Chattanooga,” said Dr. Mark Kapperman. “As big proponents of supporting soccer in our city, we are looking forward to seeing the sport grow in our vibrant community.”

As a part of the agreement, fans will be given Kapperman, White and McGarvey yellow cards at entry to Red Wolves home matches. Throughout the game, fans can flash the cards in the stands if the match officials “miss” a foul call. 

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The Red Wolves opened preseason play Saturday, Feb. 23 against USL Championship side Atlanta United 2, resulting in a 1-1 draw. The Red Wolves will make their debut in USL League One play on March 30, 2019 as the club travels to Dallas, Texas to face North Texas SC, a League One club operated by MLS side FC Dallas. The Red Wolves will face Forward Madison FC for the club’s inaugural opening night the following week on April 6. Kickoff is 7 p.m. local time.

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