As the president of Windfield Alloy, Inc., a precious-metals and non-ferrous-metals recycling company, Eric Tetler leads efforts to support the environment. In addition, both Windfield Alloy and Eric Tetler support the Atkinson, New Hampshire, community where they are located, including the SZ United Premier Soccer Club of New Hampshire. Taking part in a wide range of supportive roles, they provide everything from shirts to assistance with tournaments and fundraisers.
Established in 2013, the SZ United Premier Soccer Club aims to provide advanced youth players with opportunities to play competitively at the highest level permitted by the United States Youth Soccer Association. Players are able to compete within their age groups at league, state, regional, and national championships. Younger players’ skills are developed as they get transitioned into competitive travel programs.
The club practices at outdoor facilities at Pinkerton Academy and indoor facilities at Derry SportsZone, and their home fields are at Presentation of Mary Academy in Hudson.
As the president of Windfield Alloy, Eric Tetler oversees the company’s recycling operations in Atkinson, New Hampshire, and Lawrence, Massachusetts. An avid soccer fan and player, Eric Tetler recently donated New England Revolution season tickets to the Inti Soccer Academy.
Located in Manchester, New Hampshire, the Inti Soccer Academy offers year-round soccer and after-school learning programs for children ages 5-17 living in the inner city. Many of the participants have recently moved to the United States, so the organization provides English-language learner classes, among other academic subjects, to help children transition into the new culture.
In addition to classroom learning, students have the opportunity to play soccer and futsal, an indoor variation of soccer, through a variety of camps and leagues. The Inti Soccer Academy features more than 200 young athletes and has received significant contributions from the US Soccer Foundation. For more information on Inti Soccer Academy, please visit www.intiacademy.org.
Since 2007, Eric Tetler has served as president of Windfield Alloy, an environmentally conscious recycling business in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He first joined the company in 1994, and 13 years later, he became its majority shareholder.