2014 Men's Lacrosse World Championship Promo

A thirty-second television promo for the 2014 Men's Lacrosse World Championship in Denver, Colorado by filmmaker Michael Ivan Schwartz for USLacrosse.

Video Credit: Michael Ivan Schwartz (Loud Communications) Email: michaelivan@loud-communications.com
Produced for: USLacrosse

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