Prospect, the official financial partner of the inaugural Pacific Rim Cup International Soccer Tournament, donated 2,000 tickets to Hawaii youth organizations, providing them with the opportunity to experience the excitement of professional soccer at Aloha Stadium on Feb. 8 and 10, 2018. 
Keiki from the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Boys and Girls Club, Special Olympics, YMCA, 
Hawaii School for the Deaf and Blind and military youth received “dream seats” at Aloha Stadium, courtesy of Prospect, to witness international soccer stars from Japan, Canada and the United States.
“Prospect has its roots in Hawaii and we’re thrilled to be a sponsor of this prestigious international soccer tournament as well as provide children in Hawaii the opportunity to experience professional soccer,” said Curtis Freeze, president of Prospect Co., Ltd. “Prospect is committed to promoting youth sports as a vehicle to encourage children to practice sportsmanship and live a healthy lifestyle.”
This marks the first time in six years that the Japan Professional Football League (J. League) and Major League Soccer (MLS) will compete in Hawaii. The four teams competing include the Vancouver Whitecaps FC and Columbus Crew SC from MLS and Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo and Iwaki FC from the J. League. For more information, visit
The Pacific Rim Cup Tournament schedule and kickoff times are as follows: 
·       Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, at Aloha Stadium: 
-      1st Game: 5 p.m. – Vancouver vs. Iwaki  
-      2nd Game: 8 p.m. – Columbus vs. Sapporo 
·       Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018, at Aloha Stadium: 
-      1st Game: 4 p.m. – Third Place Match 
-      2nd Game: 7 p.m. – Championship Match
About Prospect Asset Management, Inc. 
Tokyo-based real estate company Prospect Co., Ltd. is the event’s official financial partner. Hawaii-based Prospect Asset Management Inc. (PAMI) is the securities investment advisor of the Prospect Group.
PAMI was founded in Hawaii in 1994 by Honolulu resident Curtis Freeze as a Japan-focused investment advisor. It has a strong long-term track record including managing two of the best performing Japan funds over the past five years.
In 2006 PAMI was acquired by Prospect Co., Ltd., a licensed Japanese real estate investment advisor which also provides non-discretionary investment advice. In August 2013 Prospect Co., Ltd. was acquired in a share swap by Gro-Bels Co., Ltd., a listed Japanese real estate developer, and in 2014 the two merged and changed the surviving entity’s name to Prospect Co., Ltd. Prospect employs nearly 200 people and is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (ticker 3528).?