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The United States Curling Association (USCA) is a non-profit organization of member associations (currently with 12 state/region members), which includes 165 member clubs and approximately 16,500 individual member curlers.
The state/region members are Alaska, Colorado, Grand National Curling Club of America (Eastern region), Great Lakes Curling Association, Illinois, Minnesota, Mountain Pacific Curling Association, Nebraska, North Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin, and the Clubs At-Large.
Mission statement: As the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of curling, the USCA strives to grow the sport and to win medals in world championships and Olympics Games.
Vision statement (adopted Oct. 2014): "The United States Curling Association is committed to sustained growth of the sport through competitive excellence."