PCA is a nationwide non-profit that works to provide youth and high school athletes a positive, character-building youth sports experience by developing them into “Better Athletes, Better People”. The organization likes to display the youth and high school coaches as examples to the athletes in order to develop them into better people. The award is given out annually to coaches who strive to win, but more importantly have a goal of teaching life lessons through sports. Keith Van Horn is a nominee for one of 25 honors from the PCA. The award includes:
Being mentioned in: PCA's website, e-newsletter, and publicity campaigns
The chance to accept the award in California during PCA's National Youth Sports Awards Dinner
Premier Club Director Keith Van Horn said, “I am extremely honored and humbled to be considered for this award and I accept this nomination on behalf of Premier Basketball Club's staff, volunteers and coaches whom I am so appreciative of as they dedicate their time to improve the lives of the youth in our community by teaching life lessons through the game of basketball. We are also fortunate that we have outstanding parents in our organization that make our job of coaching easier because they support our Club's values that align with the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA). Premier Basketball Club is proud to support a great organization like PCA that does so much for youth sports in America.” The 50 finalists will be announced February 18th and then on March 4th, the 25 winners will be announced. Stay up to date with the winner results and with Colorado Premier Basketball Club at http://www.coloradopremierbasketball.com/
Premier is a top Colorado basketball club that provides an exceptional development experience through the game of basketball for youth ages 3-19 by teaching the values of hard work, accountability, team play, competitiveness, and sportsmanship.
On the Web: http://www.coloradopremierbasketball.com