The Heat Is Not the Only Thing Hot In the Desert


by Sean Scales

August 19, 2013 (Indio, CA) – In Semi Pro, many have grown accustom to the failures of start-up and fly-by-night programs. A majority of first year programs in the past have failed to stay afloat due to multiple reasons, those being: a lack of talent, exhaustion of financial means, or even just a bad business model. While displaying tailored uniforms, a great fan base, and competing at a quality field, the Chiefs ownership revealed to the public that they in fact, have a great blueprint for providing a quality program for their local area.

Chief’s owner Rosie Welmas, a new face to the scene, has expressed that her goal is to not only deliver a quality program to her players, but to also change the negative perspectives that are associated with this level of football. Facing multiple challenges that every owner has to endeavor, Welmas has emphasized that she is not afraid of the tasks ahead, and has faith that her team and supporting cast will be exactly that, a team and supporting cast.

Entering their first competition this past Saturday, the Chiefs defeated the Inland Empire Meerkats by a score of 45-6, in the season opener for the PCFC. Not only did the fans in attendance get to watch a great night of football, the Chiefs also received coverage by the area’s local news. This exemplifies the makings of an owner striving to get as much exposure possible for their team.

Positive recognition for the Chief’s program has been on full display since the emergence of the team. Facing tough competitors such as the Mercury, Spartans, and the Apaches, many are tuned in to see what the Chiefs will bring to the table.

Watch Local News Coverage of the Chiefs first game: –> CLICK HERE

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