Charlotte Eagles Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Charlotte Eagles's estimated annual revenue is currently $4.6M per year.
- Charlotte Eagles's estimated revenue per employee is $128,000
- Charlotte Eagles has 36 Employees.
- Charlotte Eagles grew their employee count by 9% last year.
Charlotte Eagles Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Charlotte Eagles?
Founded in 1992, the Charlotte Eagles Soccer Club started with the dream of two men, Brian Davidson and Rick McKinley. It was their vision to launch a club that would not only participate at some of the highest levels of soccer, but to also inspire communities locally and abroad. The dream became a reality in 1993 when the Charlotte Eagles began play as a USL Franchise in the USL?s Premier Development League. The Charlotte Eagles Soccer Club is now one of the USL?s oldest and most successful clubs in North America. The Club now operates the Charlotte Eagles, a men?s professional soccer franchise, the Charlotte Lady Eagles, the Urban Eagles, an inner city outreach, and the largest and most popular sports camp program in the Greater Charlotte Area, Learn from the Pros? Soccer Camps. The Club was recognized in 2003 for its achievements as an USL Hall of Fame Inductee, and the organization and its executives have received numerous accolades. Known not only for its success on the field, but also for its dedication to the surrounding communities, the Charlotte Eagles Soccer Club continues to provide positive role models and a family-friendly entertainment product. The Charlotte Eagles are continually looking for like minded businesses, who are eager to grow their brand and awareness in the Charlotte region. If you are interested in sponsorship or partnership with the Eagles please contact Benjamin Ressler at email@example.com:N/A
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