Hoops For Haiti

Hoops For Haiti

Hoops for Haiti is a chance to get out and have some fun while supporting a good cause at the same time. 32 team will compete in a 3 on 3 basketball tournament where all the proceeds go to support The Joseph School, a Market Research industry lead charity that strives to educate Haitian youth while helping them rebuild their communities. Register Now. Event details below.

Time:  9am – 3:00pm (First game will start at 9am sharp)

Date:   Saturday, October 12, 2013

Place: YMCA, Christ Church on Old Hickory Boulevard

Format: Double elimination tournament.  3X3.  2 game guarantee

# Teams: 32 teams at 20 minutes per game.

Entry Fee:  $120/team

Swag:  T-shirts for all players.

Benefit:  Proceeds go to benefit The Joseph School.

Registration ends Friday, October 4th. 

Mitch Clark

Mitch Clark

New Media Coordinator at watchLAB
Mitch is a jack of all trades at watchLAB, tackling projects from Marketing, Media, Design, and Qualitative Research Moderating with a focus on consumer electronics.
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