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Hey Vol Nation,

Thanks for all the support. I couldn't be more grateful for the love you've shown me and my family since day 1. I'm just a kid from SoCal living out my dream playing ball, with the greatest fans in the country. Can't wait to see what the future holds, but we're just getting started.


- VFL, Nico

LEIS

Leis or “ulas” as they are called in the Samoan language, are used to celebrate special occasions or to show respect and affection. In our culture, they are a symbol of love, friendship, and hospitality.

Ula making is a delicate art form that Nico's grandmother passed down to us, and continued by Nico’s Aunt, Marleena. We are proud to carry on this tradition with Nico after each game, acknowledging all the hard work he puts in day in and day out. It is our pleasure to now share this labor of love with our Vol nation.


- Nico & The Iamaleava Family 

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