SEA Games USA will be held at Gibson Ranch Park in Elverta, CA on August 3rd & 4th, 2019.
Gibson Ranch Park
8556 Gibson Ranch Road
Elverta, CA 95626
For questions or concerns please feel free to contact us directly through phone or email.
P.O. Box 232223
Sports and Live Entertainment
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Dear SEA GAMES USA Supporters, Non-profit organizations, Contributors, Business Owners, Sport Teams members, Athletics groups, and SEA GAMES participants:
Hmong American Culture Academy of Arts, LLC welcomes you to the 12th annual SEA GAMES USA Sports Tournament. The Southeast Asian Games was the vision of the Hmong American Culture Academy of Arts, LLC (HACAA) to build a healthy society for today’s lifestyle. The SEA Games, USA provides cultural entertainment and sports tournament to the entire Southeast Asian communities in the United States. Our most popular sports are: men and women Soccer, Volleyball for both men and women, Rattan Ball, and Spin Top (Tuj Lub). This year we are adding basketball. Come out to see who will rule the courts. This sporting event is a great opportunity for everyone to enjoy the variety of sports games, foods, music, cultural dance and pageant with your family and friends.
This event would not have been possible without the effort, dedication, time and hard work of the Board members, Board Advisors, coordinators, and volunteers and all participants of SEA Games of 2017. Thank you for your support in making another successful and exceptionally fun filled sports tournament in Sacramento, California.
During your visit at the SEA Games, I hope you will enjoy the festivities of the day, visit many vendors, and take in the vast array of entertainers from various Asian performing groups along with the sports tournaments. We hope to see everyone at the SEA Games event on August 3rd and 4th of 2019.
Founder of HACAA, LLC
SEA GAMES, USA
The mission statement of SEA Games USA is to bridge and connect Hmong and other Asian ethnicities throughout California and the United States; to promote sports, education, social and cultural development through mass media such as radio, television, sports and social events. To build and network with other non-profit organizations and government entities to better serve the South East Asian ethnic groups. To function as a resource center for the communities to achieve self-knowledge and become self-sufficient, productive citizens and contributing members of the American society.