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U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Player Sean Johnson signed autographs and encouraged youth to follow their dreams at a Cascade Meijer store appearance in September 2014.

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    U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Player Sean Johnson signed autographs and encouraged youth to follow their dreams at a recent Cascade Meijer store appearance that included a $100,000 donation by Meijer and Mondelez to six youth soccer organizations in the Midwest.

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    Youth soccer player Garrett Ruehle was excited to meet U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Player Sean Johnson at a recent Cascade Meijer store appearance.

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    U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Player Sean Johnson poses with Janna Anderson, who attended a recent Cascade Meijer store appearance to get Johnson’s autograph for her grandson’s birthday.

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    Chicago Fire fans Melissa King, and her son, Noah, waited in line to meet U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Player Sean Johnson at a recent Cascade Meijer store appearance. 

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    Indiana Youth Soccer Association Executive Director Dave Guthrie poses with U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Player Sean Johnson, Susan Pittner of Mondelez, and Indiana Youth Soccer Association Director of Marketing and Communications Paco Espinosa during a check presentation at the Cascade Meijer. The donation supports programs like Soccer Across America, which helps make youth soccer available to lower-income children in under-served communities, and TOPSoccer, which helps children with physical and other disabilities participate in the sport.

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    Michigan Youth Soccer Association Executive Director Tom Far poses with U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team Player Sean Johnson, Susan Pittner of Mondelez, and Michigan Youth Soccer Association Director of Programs Josh Sherman during a check presentation at the Cascade Meijer. The donation supports programs like Soccer Across America, which helps make youth soccer available to lower-income children in under-served communities, and TOPSoccer, which helps children with physical and other disabilities participate in the sport.

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