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Train With Utah Jazz Guard Ronnie Price & Other Pros at Park City High School

America’s Fastest Growing Youth Basketball Camp Returns July 2011

PRLog - April 11, 2011 - PARK CITY, Utah -- Park City . . . are you ready to train with the pros?  Back for another year, HSBCAMPS, (America’s fastest growing youth basketball program) has announced its return to Park City High School (July 18-21, 2011), bringing kids of all ages and abilities face-to-face with the pros.  HSBCAMPS Park City Day Camp and Morning Clinic, will offer boys and girls in the elementary, middle, and high school grades (K-12th), a unique chance to train one-on-one with NBA players and other select pros.  

Backed by a “Quality over Quantity” mentality, HSBCAMPS comprehensive curriculum offers every participant extensive knowledge and instruction on every aspect of his or her game.  Most impressive of all is an industry leading 8:1 player to coach ratio providing every athlete plenty of individualized attention from a world-class staff of collegiate and professional players and coaches. HSBCAMPS world-class staff will feature NBA veteran and Utah Jazz guard Ronnie Price (#17).  Price, who attended as a speaker last summer, will take an expanded role this year coaching, mentoring, and training one-on-one with participants for much of the four-day camp. With limited availability, don’t miss this opportunity to come train with the pros!

In addition to Park City, the nationally expanding youth basketball camp will also be serving up high scoring experiences in Houston, Texas; Rockwall, Texas; Forney, Texas, Boise, Idaho; Hailey, Idaho; Twin Falls, Idaho; Bend, Ore.; Medford, Ore.; and Bellevue, Wash. For the latest promotional information or to register for HSBCAMPS Park City sessions, visit http://www.hsbcamps.com/camps/park-city/

Hot Shot Basketball Camps (HSBCAMPS, LLC.) is America's leader in bringing young basketball players of all ages face-to-face with the pros. Founded in the summer of 2007 by Director Carson Sofro, HSBCAMPS is now gearing up for its fifth campaign and operations throughout the western United States. Sofro, joined by a cast of Collegiate and Professional coaches and players, delivers a world-class basketball experience to kids (Grades 1-12) for a fraction of the price of similar programs. HSBCAMPS is committed to giving back, donating a portion of proceeds to schools and non-profits, as well as the HSBCARES fund. Through the HSBCARES fund, HSBCAMPS is able to award camp scholarships, support basketball programs for disabled and underprivileged children, and provide public schools and youth programs with vital basketball equipment to operate at the highest level. For more information and to register, visit http://www.HSBCAMPS.com.

About the Park City School District
With over 4,500 students, Park City School District's size puts it right in the middle of the other Utah school districts. It is also close to the state average ethnic minority composition. Seventeen percent of its students are ethnic minority – mostly of Hispanic heritage. PCSD does fall below the state average in the number of children coming from low-income families. Enrollment in district schools has remained fairly constant. The district has only increased by 265 students over the past five years.

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Hot Shot Basketball Camps (HSBCAMPS, LLC.) is America's leader in bringing young basketball players of all ages face-to-face with the pros.

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