Kodiak and Youth Sports Alliance Join Forces to Promote Active Lifestyle

PARK CITY, Utah, Oct. 26, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Kodiak and the Youth Sports Alliance (YSA) are teaming up to encourage students living in the Wasatch Back to lead healthy, active lifestyles. Kodiak has signed on as the title sponsor of the Youth Sports Alliance’s Get Out & Play and ACTiV8 school programs for the school year. This partnership reflects Kodiak and YSA’s continued commitment to getting kids outdoors, tracking events and promoting healthy, active lifestyles.

As head sponsor, Kodiak will play an important role in furthering YSA’s mission by providing financial and nutritional support to support YSA’s after-school programs. 23 schools worldwidePark City Venues will receive Kodiak’s protein-packed products to fuel their movement, whether they’re planning to learn a new sport or explore new adventures.

Like YSA, Kodiak was founded in Park City when the initiator Joel Clark he went door to door in the Park City Pinebrook neighborhood selling his grandmother’s ingredients. Kodiak is now excited to give back to the community that supported them from the beginning. The partnership emphasizes Kodiak’s core values ​​of promoting fun and wellness while promoting community. Kodiak was drawn to YSA’s mission to expand access to all local students regardless of family income, gender, race, or abilities.

YSA is a respected non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people through sports and healthy activities. Last year over 2400 students participated in their Get Out & Play and ACTiV8 after school programs. Through these programs, YSA empowers children and youth with resources and opportunities to exercise, develop important life skills, and build strong relationships.

“Youth Sports Alliance is a perfect fit for our company philosophy,” he said Cory Byers, CMO at Kodiak. “Kodiak has a mission to ‘disrupt’ our youth by helping them get outside and see all that they can do. We are happy to support YSA in their efforts and inspire the interest of children from all walks of life in the community, and pave the way for a better future.”

Through this partnership, Kodiak and YSA aim to make a difference in the lives of thousands of young people by giving them the tools they need to lead healthy, fit and fulfilling lives.

“We are very grateful to Kodiak for their generous support and shared vision,” he said Emily S. Fisher, Executive Director of the Youth Sports Alliance. “Their commitment to a healthy lifestyle and community well-being aligns well with our goals. Together, we can create a better future for our youth.”

For media information, please contact:
Emily FisherExecutive Director, Youth Sports Alliance, 435-640-8520, [email protected]
Megan HollettKodiak PR, [email protected]

For more information about Kodiak Cakes and the Youth Sports Alliance, visit:

About Kodiak
On the mission “Feed Epic Days and Wilder Lives,” Kodiak encourages people to live a stress-free, free life by feeding epic days through real food. A mountain raised among the Wasatch Mountains of Park City, UT. For forty years Kodiak has made breakfast food without GMOs, preservatives, or anything else that is delicious and with fair ingredients. To learn more about Kodiak, please visit www.kodiakcakes.com or follow the tour on Instagram @KodiakCakes.

The Youth Sports Alliance (YSA) and a Utah– A non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people through sports and a healthy lifestyle. YSA was established as a legacy of the 2002 Winter Olympics to increase the number of children participating in winter sports programs. Meeting and Wasatch Sections. Each year, we engage 3700 youth in our community through our school programs and sponsoring winter sports teams. YSA is committed to providing vital financial support to young people in our community – whether they are taking their first steps or looking to make their first Olympic Teams.


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