Revs launch Pepsi Refresh Project campaign

As we announced earlier today, The Revs will compete against the other 15 MLS teams as  part of a league-wide competition for a $50,000 Pepsi Refresh Project grant to better the teams’ greater communities.

The Pepsi Refresh Project contest starts today and will run through Monday, Sept. 20, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Fans can cast up to 25 votes per day at MLSsoccer.com/PepsiRefresh.

Should the Revs win the Pepsi Refresh grant, the team will provide free CPR and AED training to approximately 500 youth soccer coaches throughout New England through the American Heart Association. Additionally, the coaches will receive at-home training and practice units for their teams and leagues.

Read the full story here, and cast your vote here. Check out the video below with midfielder Chris Tierney, the Revs’ team spokesperson for this project.


  1. d3 says:

    Toronto wants to support low income kids, not only does this help their community but it can actually help them. A win win…

  2. Chris says:

    After that road trip, the important thing to do is to keep concentrating in training; that’s the only way our team’s tough mentality is gonna pay off. Also, good luck to the Revs on the Pepsi Refresh Project; I believe we are in different categories (we’re in education, so I think we won’t be competing against each other) so I can say that. ;)
    Cheers from Florida!

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