North Crowley Basketball to Host the Loaded 2018 Cowtown Tip-Off, November 9th & 10th #CowtownTipoff2018

2018 Cowtown Tip-Off hosted by North Crowley Basketball

Dallas/Ft. Worth is gearing up for yet another exciting weekend of high level hoops with the 2018 Cowtown Tip-off taking place Friday, November 9th & Saturday, November 10th at North Crowley High School. The event kicks off the high school basketball season with a lineup of top boys basketball programs, elite players, fire matchups, and the implementation of a shot clock.

Attached below is the schedule.
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MEDIA: Use hashtag #Cowtowntipoff2018 and tag @NCBasketball   @CowtownTipoff

 

What: 2018 Cowtown Tip-Off

Where: North Crowley High School & Crowley High School (9100 S. Hulen St. Ft. Worth, TX 76123)

When: Friday, November 9th & Saturday, November 10th

For more information contact: Coach Tommy Brakel @ tbrakel@crowley.k12.tx.us

 

 

 

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Young Game Changers Hoops presents “WAR ON THE WOOD” | Boys & Girls, 3rd-8th Grade| October 20th-21st

WAR ON THE WOOD 

 

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Don’t miss this great opportunity for your team to play against other quality teams in a competitive environment.

** 1st and 2nd place AWARDS will be given.**

WHO: 3rd-8th Grade – Boys & Girls Basketball Programs

WHAT: WAR ON THE WOOD

WHERE: Game on Sports Complex (2600 Alemeda St. Fort Worth, TX 76108)

WHEN: Saturday, October 20th through Sunday, October 21st

$295 per team – 3 GAMES GAURANTEED – CLICK LINK TO PAY

More info and registration: WAR ON THE WOOD REGISTRATION  

 

 

 

CLICK LINK TO FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @YGC36Hoops

EVENT CONTACT: Vonzell Thomas |817.845.3338 |coachvon@ygc36hoops.com

 

#PressRelease Elite 14 Showcase Announces Increased Field and a Friday Night Addition to the Event

Elite 14 Showcase Announces Increased Field and a Friday Night Addition to the Event

Elite 14 Showcase Announces an Increased field of 40 Top Basketball Teams, Along with Implementing a Friday Night Prep Showcase Featuring 10 National Programs 

DALLAS, TX, September 18th, 2018 – The 14th Annual Elite 14 Showcase kicks off the 2018 NCAA November evaluation period with a full weekend of action-packed high school basketball beginning Friday, November 2 through Saturday, November 3rd. The event will take place at Denton Guyer High School on Friday night and at Hirschi High School in Wichita Falls, TX all day Saturday.

This invitational has established itself throughout the years as a centerpiece of the nation’s best collection of high school teams and individual talent anticipating the opportunity to showcase their skills in front of college coaches, national and local media, NBA scouts, family and fan enthusiasts. What started out as a rivalry showcase thirteen years ago with initially 14 teams, hence the name, from Texas and Oklahoma, has now grown to 40 top teams from across the nation.

“We are excited about the growth of “Elite 14 Showcase” and thankful for the support of everyone who has helped make this event a success each year. It is our mission to continue providing student-athletes a national platform to perform on in hopes of garnering exposure and furthering their basketball initiatives,” said Coach Hedge Elite 14 Showcase Director and Hirschi High School Head Basketball Coach.

 

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In an effort to build and cultivate the high school basketball experience, The Elite 14 Showcase announced a Friday night addition to the event: “Elite 14 Prep Showcase” featuring 10 National programs going head-to-head in key matchups.

Traditionally, Saturday will remain the same: a full day of exciting hoops at Hirschi High School along with the best home cooked hospitality room.

 

This year’s event will feature the following participating teams:

2018 PARTCIPATING TEAMS

TEXAS- 19
Duncanville High School, Duncanville, TX (6A) 28-7 Area Finalist
Estacado High School, Lubbock, TX (4A) 25-6 Regional Semifinalist
Denton Guyer High School, Denton, TX (6A) 38-2 Regional Finalist
Hirschi High School, Wichita Falls, TX (4A) 25-9 Regional Quarterfinalist
Lancaster High School, Dallas, TX (5A) 16-12 Regional Finalist
Lewisville High School, Lewisville, TX
Little Elm High School, Little Elm, TX
North Crowley High School, Fort Worth, TX (6A) 31-6 Regional Semifinalist
Northwest High School, Justin, TX (5A) 35-6 State Finalist
Pearce High School, Richardson, TX (6A) 23-9 Regional Quarterfinalist
Rider High School, Wichita Falls, TX (5A) 26-8 Regional Quarterfinalist
Prosper High School, Prosper, TX (5A)
Sulphur Springs High School, Sulphur Springs, TX (5A) 30-5 Regional Quarterfinalist
St. Marks the School of Texas, Dallas, TX
The Colony High School, Lewisville, TX, (5A) 26-11
Timberview High School, Mansfield, TX (5A) 26-7 Regional Quarterfinalist
Trinity Christian, Cedar Hill, TX
Wagner High School, San Antonio (6A) 29-7 Regional Quarterfinalist
Wyatt High School, Fort Worth, TX (5A) 23-12 Regional Semifinals
OKLAHOMA – 11
Booker T. Washington High School, Tulsa, OK (5A) 20-7 State Runner-up
Eisenhower High School, Lawton, OK (5A) 20-6 State Semifinalist
Heritage Hall High School, Oklahoma City, OK (4A) State Champions
Memorial High School, Tulsa, OK (5A) 27-2 State Champions
Newcastle, OK / Millwood High School, Oklahoma City, OK
Norman High School, Norman, OK (6A) 15-9 Area Finalist
North High School, Norman, OK (6A)
North High School, Putnam City, OK (6A) 25-5 State Champions
Northwest Classen High School, Oklahoma City, OK (5A) 20-6 State Semifinalist
Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa, OK (6A) 14-10
West High School, Putnam City, OK (6A) 20-7 State Quarterfinalist
PREP SCHOOLS- 10
Handle It Academy, Seattle, WA
Redemption Life Christian Prep, Tulsa, OK
Southwest Christian Academy, Little Rock, AR
St. Louis Christian Academy, St. Louis, MO
Sunrise Christian Academy, Wichita, KS, 22-2
Trinity International, Las Vegas, NV
iSchool Entrepreneurial Academy, Lewisville TX
Cy-Fair Learning Center, Houston TX
Universal Academy, Coppell, TX
Lawton Christian High School, Lawton, OK

 

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA FOR UPDATES: @Elite14Showcase

For media inquires, event sponsorship, or more information, please visit our website at www.Elite14ShowcaseSeries.com

Contact: Nina Zavala |NinaZavalaGroup@gmail.com | 469.601.6341

 

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2018 Pangos All-South Frosh/Soph Camp – Oct. 13th & 14th @ Drive Nation

2018 PANGOS ALL-SOUTH FROSH/SOPH CAMP

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Date: Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th

Location: Drive Nation (2550 Rental Car Drive Dallas, TX 75261)

Website: Fullctpress.net

  • Play top competition from the South
  • Evaluation by National Scouts
  • All games will be streamed live on Baller TV
  • Video coverage by Ball is Life & Highlight sports Productions
  • Skills Session directed by former NBA/NCAA Assistant Dave Miller
  • Each Player will plat in 3 camp games
  • Everyone receives a Pangos All-South T-Shirt
  • Top players invited to 2019 Pangos All-American Camp (Early June)

To Register Online Click here: Pangos All-South Frosh/Soph Registration

For more information contact Dinos @  (562) 804-8747 or e-mail: Trigonis30@aol.com

Pangos Camp updates follow on twitter: @Trigonis30

The Basics: Marketing your Business/Organization

What is Marketing?
There are variations when defining what Marketing because it is so BROAD, but in this blog, we’re defining Marketing as creating, communicating, capturing and sustaining value for your organization or company. It’s a need that every business must have to foster growth and better yet, value.

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Why does my company/organization need Marketing?
1. Capture the attention of your target market
2. Facilitate your target market’s purchasing decision
3. And bottom line, it is the cornerstone of every successful business

The first step in Marketing your business is developing a Marketing Plan. Consider this your guide to understanding your businesses’ goals, objectives, target audience, etc. This plan will allow you to create strategic ways that resonate with your target audience and set you apart from the others.   Marketing Plan

In developing a Marketing Plan consider these components:
A. Situation Analysis– This is your company/organization’s current situation. What is your company about? where do you stand financially? what are your goals? Who are your competitors?
B. Target Market- Who are you trying to reach? What do they value? What are their needs?
C. Action Plan-How are you going to reach your target audience? What marketing strategies are you going to implement to help you reach them, grab their attention, influence their decision in using your product or services?
D. Evaluation Plan– Once you have created and implemented your strategy, monitor its effectiveness and make any adjustments required to maintain its success.

Example: (Short version of course)
• My goal is lose 10lbs in 30 days.

• My strategy to lose the 10lbs is to work out 5x a week and
Cut out all carbs.
• My evaluation plan is to create a journal of my daily intake and workouts. Every Sunday throughout the month, I’ll weigh myself, write it down in my journal and track the progression of my weight loss

marketing strategyMarketing Strategy: Your strategy is how you’re going to accomplish the goals in your plan. Your strategy promotes and communicates the benefits of your business. What differentiates your company from your competitors. Basic examples below.

A. Social Media Marketing– Free platforms that millions of people utilize each day. Develop a social media plan that targets your audience.
B. Advertisement – Paid Ad placement
C. Creative Content – Story telling through graphics and video’s, infomercials,
D. Public Relations (PR)- News stories, blog write-ups, interviews in publications, on radio & television about your company/organization.
E. Effective Blogging- This strategy has so much impact if used to its fullest capacity.
F. Leverage Influencers– Influencers are people who have a voice in the market you’re trying to reach. Use their platforms to communicate your message. Some companies create what we call “Brand Ambassador Programs”.
G. Partnering with a charity or non-profit. This is considered cause-related marketing. It allows your company/organization to become visible to the public in a positive light.
H. Cross Marketing/ Cross Promoting- Partnering with companies that share the same vision but are in two different lanes.

 

I can go on and on about strategic marketing. It’s about being creative, innovative, and strategic. Put yourself in your consumers shoes, how would you like to be pitched? What are some things you would appreciate and like, if you were on the other side? Remember this, Branding is the foundation, and Marketing is the core!

My next couple of blogs will directly highlight in detail some of these marketing strategies from point A-Z, starting with Social Media Marketing- one of the most powerful marketing tools known in this era of technology.

 

 

 

 

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SCHEDULE: ARS Rescue Rooter DALLAS National Hoopfest | Dec. 15th & 16th #DFWvsTheCountry

 

ARS RESCUE ROOTER DALLAS NATIONAL HOOPFEST

#DFWvsTheCountry

SCHEDULE: 
Friday, December, 15th @ Highland Park High School (4220 Emerson Ave. Dallas, TX 75205)
4:30pm Highland Park vs. Chicago Simeon
6:00pm Highland Park vs. Forney (girls)

Saturday, December 16 at Lancaster High School (200 E. Wintergreen Ave. Dallas, TX 75134)
2:30 South Garland vs. Sunrise Christian (KS)
4:00 Desoto vs. Whitney Young
5:30 Waxahatchie vs. Chicago Simeon
7:00 Lancaster vs. Oak Hill Academy (VA)

***YOU CAN PURCHASE TICKETS @ www.NationalHoopfest.com ***

Be sure to follow social media pages:   @HoopfestUSA  @ARSRescueRooter 

 

 

 

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ARS Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest | DALLAS vs the country | @HoopfestUSA

Dallas, TX is gearing up for the 2017 ARS/Rescue Rooter National Hoopfest set for Friday, December, 15th and Saturday, December 16th. The event will be hosted at Highland Park High School on Friday and at Lancaster High School on Saturday featuring local teams: South Garland, Desoto, Lancaster, Waxahatchie, and Highland Park and teams throughout the country: Chicago Simeon (IL), Whitney Young (IL), Sunrise Christian (KS), and Oak Hill Academy (VA). Each local team will play an out of town team.

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Friday, December 15th @ Highland Park High School
6:30pm: Highland Park (Girls) vs North Forney (Girls)
8:00pm: Highland Park vs Chicago Simeon

Saturday, December 16th @ Lancaster High School

2:30pm: South Garland vs Sunrise Christian (KS)
4:00pm: Desoto vs Whitney Young (IL)
5:30pm: Waxahatchie vs Chicago Siemon (IL)
7:00pm: Lancaster vs Oak Hill Academy (VA)

 

Click link to purchase tickets: ARS RESCUE ROOTER NATIONAL HOOPFEST

Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/HoopfestUSA

Event Director: Travis Haddock @ HaddockSports@hotmail.com

 

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