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What does AVP stand for?

AVP stands for Association of Volleyball Professionals


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Byline: Jenny Peters NET ASSETS: Who'd have thought that all the young studs and goddesses of the Association of Volleyball Professionals -- including Olympic gold medalists Misty May-Treanor and Eric Fonoimoana, as well as Hawaiian hunk Mike Lambert -- who partied along with a bevy of Sports Illustrated supermodels, including Marisa Miller and Michelle Lombardo, on Saturday night at a Nautica-hosted fete at the Saffire club in Hermosa Beach would look like amateurs compared to the old guys at Sunday night's Cedars-Sinai Sports Spectacular charity dinner?
The NBC-TV network and the Association of Volleyball Professionals have reached a three-year agreement in which NBC Sports will broadcast live selected tournaments on the Miller Lite/AVP tour beginning this later this summer.
July 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) and new owner Donald Sun wasted little time making a big first impression, announcing today a blockbuster series of new pro beach volleyball tour events and aggressive re-branding initiatives poised to solidify its historic position as the premier U.
Youngs (UCLA) and Wacholder should be worried about their opening opponents today if they want the Association of Volleyball Professionals Manhattan Beach Open to be their third title of 2005.
Nature Valley is also the Official Natural Energy Bar of the PGA TOUR, the United States Ski and Snowboarding Association, Nature Valley NASTAR, Association of Volleyball Professionals, Cross Country Ski Areas Association, Vail Resorts, Aspen Resorts, Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and the Warren Miller Film Tour.
Byline: Sean Martin Special to the Daily News Five thousand fans stood Saturday, furiously clapping and banging Thundersticks as Karch Kiraly and Mike Lambert rode into center court on the back of pickup trucks before the final match at the Association of Volleyball Professionals Huntington Beach Open.