SACRAMENTO, CALIF. – The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) and The Old Spaghetti Factory announce the signing of a three-year agreement, through the 2020-21 school year. This partnership will provide affordable dining options for the student-athletes, families and fans of education-based athletics throughout California. In addition, The Old Spaghetti Factory offers catering for school functions, team awards banquets and co-curricular program fundraising opportunities.
“The CIF Is happy to partner with The Old Spaghetti Factory and welcome them to the CIF family,” stated CIF Executive Director Roger L. Blake. “
“We are incredibly proud and excited to partner with the CIF in support of high school athletics in California,” stated The Old Spaghetti Factory Director of Marketing Ryan Durrett. “Participation in extra-curricular activities is incredibly important and valuable for students and we’re happy to offer our support and encouragement to the student-athletes and coaches throughout the year.”
About The Old Spaghetti Factory
The Old Spaghetti Factory has been serving deliciously affordable three-course meals in a unique setting since 1969. Family owned, The Old Spaghetti Factory takes great pride in providing exceptional value and a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Known for its traditional décor and trolley cars, The Old Spaghetti Factory has 19 convenient locations in California and a total of 43 restaurants across the United States. For more information visit: www.osf.com
About the California Interscholastic Federation
The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) was created in 1914 and is the governing body for high school sports in the state of California. CIF is uniquely positioned to foster student growth in values and ethics. CIF’s ideal of “Pursuing Victory with Honor,” provides the opportunity to influence the actions of the athletic community. CIF strives to promote equity, quality, character and academic development. CIF is a nonprofit federation and the state office, located in Sacramento, Calif., represents the interests of its member Sections. The 10 Sections represent geographic regions within the state: Central, Central Coast, Los Angeles City, North Coast, Northern, Oakland, Sac‐Joaquin, San Diego, San Francisco and Southern. CIF represents 1,606 public and private member schools and more than 838,000 student‐athletes. CIF conducts Regional and State Championships in badminton, cross country, football, volleyball, tennis, wrestling, basketball, soccer, swimming & diving, track & field, golf and water polo. CIF Sections conduct championships in more than 22 sports.