PRLog - May 14, 2012 - NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas -- The power of social media is alive and well. So much so, it has a handful of decorated collegiate and professional athletes bound for central Texas. The result of ongoing correspondence between local youths and event organizers (via Twitter and Facebook), the country’s fastest growing youth basketball program recently announced that McKenna New BraunFit Gymnasium, just outside of San Antonio, would become the groups 7th 2012 Texas summer location.
Joining forces with NBA athletes such as former Houston Rockets forward Mike Harris, HSBCAMPS world-class staff of collegiate and professional players and coaches, will offer aspiring young men and women the unique opportunity to train one-on-one with the pros.
“We are very excited that this opportunity has come together for us and are greatly looking forward to working with the outstanding staff at the McKenna New BraunFit facility,” shared HSBCAMPS Director Carson Sofro. “The power of the web and social media has helped us transform our business and reach thousands and it is very exciting to be able to turn social media requests into reality”
The New Braunfels Day Camp will provide a limited number of participants (due to gym size limitations)
For more information or to register for this location, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.hsbcamps.com.
HSBCAMPS (Hard Work, Sacrifice, Believe) is America's fastest growing youth basketball initiative and leader in bringing young basketball players of all ages face-to-face with the pros. Officially founded in December 2008 by Director Carson Sofro, HSBCAMPS has provided a world-class basketball training experience to more than 2,500 young student athletes in various locations throughout the western United States. Committed to giving back, a portion of all camp proceeds are donated to schools and non-profits, as well as the HSBCARES fund through which, HSBCAMPS has been able to award camp scholarships, support basketball programs for physically challenged and deprived children, and provide public schools and youth programs with vital basketball equipment necessary to operate at the highest level. For more information or to register, visit http://www.hsbcamps.com.