LIVERMORE, Calif., July 22, 2014 —California District 57 Little League is pleased to announced that Quickscrews International Corporation, one of the last remaining full line suppliers of Cabinet and Furniture screws, will be a sponsor of the 2014 Little League Intermediate World Series. Established over 25 years ago, Quickscrews is best known for its innovation and creativity in bringing solutions to the Furniture Manufacturer’s, Cabinetmakers and Woodworkers.
As part of the sponsorship agreement, Quickscrews is committed to building a better working world, by making a real difference in contributing to the development of the next generation of baseball.
“We are delighted to be an official sponsor to the 2014 Little League International World Series. Quickscrews vision of creating the highest performing teams aligns strongly with Little League’s vision. Teaming – whether in business or sport – inspires people and communities to have a collective vision; Quickscrews is showing its commitment to encouraging an environment where businesses can create lasting economic value in their communities,” stated Rick Gentry, Executive Vice President at Quickscrews International Corporation.
Dave Wetmore, Director of the Little League Intermediate World Series stated: “I am really excited that Quickscrews has agreed to come on board as a sponsor. It is a testament to their faith in my promise to make the Intermediate World Series a world-class organization.”
Over 36,000 people visiting the remodeled Max Baer Park in Livermore, California, the inaugural Little League Intermediate World Series was seen as an overwhelming success. Ten (10) teams from around the world — including the local Pleasanton National team, five more U.S teams and four international teams — as well as families, fans and friends traveled to the San Francisco Bay Area for 19 games, which ended with the team from Japan defeating the Collier Township, PA team, 10 -1 to win the Championship game, before 6,650 fans.
The Intermediate Division began as a two-year pilot program, before becoming an official division in 2012. Players ages 11-13 are eligible to play in this Intermediate baseball league, which features a 50-foot pitching distance and 70-foot bases, also known as “50/70”.
Little League Baseball, founded in 1939 in Williamsport PA, will be celebrating its 75th Anniversary this year.
Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program has assisted millions of children on every continent in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the Little League Baseball and Softball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes.
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