PUMA City NY: WPS sensation Marta works magic; USA vs. Ghana on tap

Ronald MonestimeCorrespondent IJune 25, 2010

CARSON, CA - AUGUST 22:  Marta #10 of the Los Angeles Sol controls a bouncing ball against the New Jersey Blue Sky at The Home Depot Center on August 22, 2009 in Carson, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
Harry How/Getty Images

As spring transitioned into summer and rising temperatures proceeded to bake the Big Apple on a daily basis, PUMA City NY continued, and continues, to remain the place to be for the total World Cup experience.

PUMA’s invasion of New York began on the morning of June 11 and from that moment, South Street Seaport was destined to never be the same.

From the PUMA Football Pitch, a custom-built field open daily for pick-up games, victory dances, and more, to PUMA’s ‘Pop-Up’ Stores, which are shipping containers that have been transformed into shops to sell PUMA gear, fanwear, and footwear with not-to-be missed New York exclusives, to the PUMA Social Club, where post-sunset party hoppers can stop by for a variety of nightly events, PUMA City NY has quickly become the central locus to catch the fever of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Click here to read the rest of this article on Examiner.com, which includes relevant links and amazing video of Brazilian women's soccer sensation, Marta.

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