Kids get a kick back from Uniroyal and Harper’s Tire | DrumhellerMail
Last updateMon, 15 Oct 2018 4pm

Kids get a kick back from Uniroyal and Harper’s Tire

harper-tp-soccer.jpgAndrew Harper, left, of Harper’s Tire shakes hands with Drumheller Soccer Association president Dave Bethel. Harpers continues its support of soccer in the valley with a donation of cash and soccer balls valued at more than $1,000.


 A & D Harper’s Tire and Uniroyal® have donated funds and soccer balls valued at more than $1,000 to the Drumheller Soccer Association as part of the Uniroyal / Alliance Tire Professionals Soccer Program to support youth soccer associations. 

     “As soccer continues to grow the Uniroyal / Alliance Tire Professional Soccer Program allows us to give back to the community”, said Jordan Harper of A & D Harper’s Tire. “Soccer is at the forefront of young athlete’s minds, and we are happy to be involved at such an important time in their lives.”
    This program is four years strong in Canada. To date, Uniroyal and the Alliance Tire Professionals have donated more than $570,000 in funds and equipment, including over 48,500 free soccer balls. After so many years of dedication, the program continues to grow, supporting more soccer communities each year.
 “Uniroyal / Alliance Tire Professionals take tremendous pride in being involved in such a grassroots program that reaches out directly to the individual athlete,” said Alliance Tire Professional Program Manager Nicolas Vincelli. “Alliance dealers can see first-hand the impact they have on youth soccer in all their communities, just as A & D Harper’s Tire has witnessed with their impact on Drumheller Soccer Association.”
     More information about the soccer program is available at your local Alliance Tire Professional or online at