USA Wrestling Congrats to USAW-Uta...

Congrats to USAW-Utah, which won $2,500 from Liberty Mutual Insurance

By Liberty Mutual Insurance | Feb. 02, 2015, 10:43 a.m. (ET)

Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive™ is excited to announce the wrestling organization that earned $2,500 in the winter Pledge season.

Anchored by a mission to promote the sport of wrestling throughout the state of Utah, USA Wrestling – Utah’s primary goal is to support athletes, coaches, clubs and officials in both personal and organizational development. 

To recruit Pledge supporters, USA Wrestling – Utah utilized a variety of channels to encourage participants, including contests on their website, social media and emails. They also set up a table and laptop at wrestling tournaments to encourage attendees to take the Pledge to support good sportsmanship in youth sports. 

USA Wrestling – Utah will use their $2,500 Play Positive grant to support their National teams and help offset travel expenses.  Pledge Administrator, Jodie Cox, noted, “Once we decided to participate, anything short of winning wasn’t acceptable. We had to keep momentum going through the whole contest period!”

To see all of the Winter Pledge season winners, visit

You can be the next wrestling organization to earn $2,500 in the Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive™ Pledge program.  Now is the time to sign up your organization or team for a chance to earn $2,500 for the Spring season.  Learn More!

At Liberty Mutual Insurance, we constantly look for ways to celebrate the countless acts of sportsmanship and integrity shown by people every day. We created Play Positive™, powered by Positive Coaching Alliance, as part of this belief to help ensure that our kids experience the best that sports have to offer in environments that promote and display good sportsmanship. We believe kids can learn valuable life lessons when coaches and parents come together to support winning on and off the mat.

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