"BASKETBALL        IS OUR
         LIFE"
YOU CAN MAKE A CHANGE

IN THE LIVES

OF OUR YOUTH TODAY

SPONSOR A SCHOOL

 

Unfortunately, many high school sports administrators lack the experience necessary to take advantage of this era of basketball.

High school sports administrators welcome experienced trainers to enhance their basketball program. Some athletic programs may not have the funding to enhance their basketball program. We offer effective partnerships, yet tactful strategies to assist with this road block by utilizing your potential sponsorship of interscholastic sports.

 

OUR LATEST EVENTS

Shreveport Basketball Clinic, November 14th 2015 

 

 

Official Media Release.

 

Firenicepbt is holding a Shreveport, LA Basketball Clinic at Booker T Washington High School. The first session will be held from 9 - 12 noon and the second session from 1 - 4, consecutively.

 

SPONSOR A CHILD

Our youth deserve the opportunity to exercise their passion for the game of basketball. Children right here in the U.S. and around the world aren’t getting the opportunity to reach their full potential extra curricularly. You can help change that. If you sponsor a child, then you’ll give them the chance to participate in the wonderful world of basketball.

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CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP

We are always looking for corporate sponsors with a desire to support student athletes. We also want to enhance your company's public image and increase your exposure. Through sponsorship, your company reflects community goodwill by supporting organizations in the community in which your business operates. Employee Goodwill, by providing hope to employee offspring. Image Enhancement, through creating a favorable image among consumers of the company and its products and services.

 

Racine Basketball Clinic, July 2nd 2016

 

 

Official Media Release.

 

Firenicepbt is holding a Racine, WI Basketball Clinic at Recplex! The clinic will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.