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NEW PARTNERSHIP: SRUSA Announce Partnership with Athletes Who Travel

SRUSA are excited and proud to announce a brand new partnership with Athletes Who Travel.

The partnership will provide our UK clients (with rest of the World Clients to follow soon) with the access for a bespoke travel service for themselves and their families/friends.

With insider rates on all things such as hotels, flights, holidays, attractions, plus much more, the partnership will be beneficial for our clients before, during and after their time playing College Soccer.

Chris Cousins, Founder of Sports Recruiting USA said this about the partnership: "Since our former partners STA Travel unfortunately did not survive the COVID-19 pandemic on the travel industry, we have been searching for an organisation that can help our players and their families on the travel side of things. Luckily I was able to bring Athletes Who Travel on board to fill that void. I've seen their systems first hand, and the ability for our clients to have a direct travel manager/service for all their needs, this partnership was a no brainer."

Megan Hall, Co-Founder of Athletes Who Travel said this: "We are excited to be working with SRUSA on all their travel needs for their clients, friends, and families.

We created AWT to give sportsmen and women, and their inner circle a way of having their own bespoke travel manager, leaving them to concentrate on their sport.

Thank you to Chris and all the staff for bringing us in and we look forward to working with the SRUSA Clients now and in the future." 

All our current and past clients will get access to this. To do so, please email and you will be send instructions on how to connect with them.

For more information on Athletes Who Travel, please go to

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