#EXPOSUREBREAKOUT APRIL 23rd-25th at LAKEPOINT CHAMPIONS CENTER in ATLANTA

Exposure Sports is set to deliver an exciting weekend of premiere hoops from some of the top AAU basketball teams in the nation. The event, “EXPOSURE BREAKOUT” will take place, Friday, April 23rd- Sunday, April 25th at LakePoint Champions Center in Cartersville, GA.

***Please note, COVID safety protocols will be in effect and masks will be required in the building***

Confirmed teams include: Atlanta Celtics, Dream Vision, EAB Tennessee, Game Elite, Garner Road, Indiana Elite, K-Low Elite, KL Power 5, Southern Assault, Southeast Elite, New World, OSA Crusaders, Team Florida, Team Loaded, Upward Stars, Utah Prospects, We All Can Go, and many more.

Event Schedule: EXPOSURE BREAKOUT SCHEDULE

Purchase tickets: EXPOSURE BREAKOUT EVENT TICKETS

Purchase Livestream: EXPOSURE BREAKOUT LIVESTREAM

Media Credentials (Form must be filled out completely. If approved, you will receive an email confirmation with event media guidelines) EXPOSURE BREAKOUT MEDIA FORM

College Coach Viewing Packages: COLLEGE COACHES

Nina Zavala
Nina Zavala Group
NinaZavalaGroup@gmail.com

Some of the nation’s top high school boys basketball talent will go head-to-head this weekend at The St. James NIBC Invitational in Springfield, VA

The St. James NIBC Invitational will bring the country’s the top high school boys basketball talent to the nation’s capital for eight days of competition. The showcase-style event will highlight some of the highest-ranked teams and players in the country in head-to-head competition. All games will be played at The St. James, the Washington area’s premier sports and entertainment destination.

Click link for full schedule: St. James NIBC Invitational Schedule

TEAMS SCHEDULED TO ATTEND:

Montverde Academy

IMG Academy

Sunrise Christian Academy

Paul VI Catholic High School

DeMatha Catholic High School

Legacy Early College

La Lumiere School

Wasatch Academy

Oak Hill Academy

AZ Compass Prep

St. Frances Academy

John Marshall High School

Bishop Walsh School

Hamilton Heights Christian Academy

Houston High School

iSchool of Lewisville

For daily updated information, follow these twitter accounts @TheStJames and @HoopfestUSA

Nina Zavala
Nina Zavala Group
NinaZavalaGroup@gmail.com 

EVENT SPONSORSHIP DECK OUTLINE: What should be included in your proposal when seeking sponsorship.

This is a basic outline of suggested information that should be included in your presentation deck/proposal when seeking event sponsorship. ***Please advise this blog post is based off my professional experience when seeking sponsorships. It does not guarantee that you will secure sponsorship***

Title Page (Slide 1)
Event Sponsorship Proposal
Name of the Event
Event Date

About Your Organization (Slide 2)
Mission, vision, programs, services
Paragraph addresses your experience/expertise and credibility in organizing successful events

Event Information (Slide 3)
Event Background
Main purpose of the event
What the event is (tournament, fundraiser, party etc.)
History
Why does this event exist?
How did it start?
Who started the event?
Is it the first year for the event or is it an annual event?

Also include the following:

Name of Event
Date of Event
Time of Event
Who is expected to attend the event/
Include approximate number of guests

Event Objectives/Demographics (Slide 4)
What does this event need to achieve to be successful
What are the goals of the current year (include previous goals if applicable)
Ensure, where possible – the objectives are measurable (so you can measure success or
lack thereof)

• Activities
What activities are planned for the event?
What will people likely be doing?

Reach and Target Audience (1/4 page)
Explain who will participate in event
Psychographic/Demographic information – the more detailed, the better
Number of expected attendees
Other companies that are involved
Will there be any National /Local media coverage? Live stream opportunities

Benefits to the Sponsor (3 Slides: 5, 6, 7)
1. Detail the various levels of sponsorship
2. Marketing benefits & opportunities for each level
3. Sponsorship fee associated with each level
4. Although, your initial deck will be universal, once you have a lead from a potential sponsor, I would recommend offering a tailored deck to meet their business objectives. Below are some suggestions when researching the company goals.
**Identify why you believe this company would benefit by sponsoring your event/organization
** Does the sponsor shares the same target audience as your event/organization
** Is their business operations in the same city
** Is the company seeking a positive public perception by attaching itself to a community initiative

Opportunity (Slide 8)

***This is the slide you want to add any bells and whistles to. As the reader is coming to an end of the presentation and deciding if your event would be a good fit, this slide entices them to a probable yes.

Any media you have negotiated
Summarize any and all important benefits to the sponsor
Explain how you will identify the success of the event
Number of participants, dollars raised, new supporters, media awareness, etc

Contact Information (Slide 9)

Name (first and last)o Title
Organization
Social Media Handles (make sure they’re linked)
Phone Number
Email Address
Website Address

Additional Suggestions
• Use bullet points and minimal wording as possible (don’t lose your readers attention with some much verbiage)
• Use visuals!!! This keeps your reader engaged
(If not, a first time event) Implement photos from past events – audiences, other sponsors, signage, setups, etc.
• Logo’s; include your logo on every page. If you can incorporate the company’s logo at some point it may be worthwhile, that way you can physically demonstrate the alignment between your organization and theirs
• Research companies philanthropic history; tap into their website, press writeups, ad placements, and any other industry-specific resources.
• Focus most of your proposal on the benefits to the potential sponsors

Nina Zavala
Nina Zavala Group
NinaZavalaGroup@gmail.com

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2020 All-South Pangos Fr/So Camp presented by @Ethika – October 3rd & 4th | @fcppangos @trigonis30

2020 PANGOS ALL-SOUTH FROSH/SOPH CAMP

LOCATION: Duncanville Fieldhouse
1700 South Main Street
Duncanville TX  75137

Day Camper Fee: $225.00. Click link to register (space is limited): REGISTRATION
* No overnight option this year due to Covid-19 restrictions

Parental/Family Admission: parents and family members will be permitted to attend. Daily Admission will be $15 and a 2-day camp pass will be $25.

All participating players will have an opportunity to demonstrate their skills to all the top national/regional scouts expected to attend.

All games live-streamed by BallerTV.com for easy viewing by college coaches. Recent Fullcourt Press/Pangos events like Pangos Rocky Mountain Summit and Pangos “Best of” Leagues in Dallas, Colorado, Utah, Indiana, Iowa and Arizona have averaged 200+ viewers per game (mostly college coaches). 

Camp Recaps by Nothing But Net Magazine:  www.nbnmagazine.com

2019 NBN Magazine Camp Recap: https://nbnmagazine.com/2019-pangos-all-south-frosh-soph-camp-recap/

Top national scouts/media scheduled to be present:
Frank Burlison (McDonald’s AA Game & NBPA Camp committee/BurlisonOnBasketball.com)
Van Coleman (McDonald’s AA Game & NBPA Camp committee/NBN Magazine)
Ronnie Flores (Ball is Life/Fab 50 Nat’l HS Team Rankings)
Dinos Trigonis (Nothing But Net Magazine and Pangos All-American Camp)

Top Video-Outlets present:  Ball is Life, OverTime and Ball Dawgs

Top Players Invited to 2021 Pangos All-American Camp

All Players Receive a Pangos All-Frosh/Soph Camp tee-shirt

Click link for: Camp Covid-19 Protocols & Regulations

Apply for media credentials: MEDIA REQUEST FORM

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

Pangos Camp updates follow on twitter: @Trigonis30

Compton Magic x NBA YoungBoy Never Broke Again **EXCLUSIVE** Merchandise Collaboration Set to Release Friday, May 22

Compton Magic, one of the most prominent elite youth basketball programs based out of California has teamed up with renown hip-hop artist, NBA YoungBoy Never Broke Again to release an iconic limited edition CM x Never Broke Again merchandise collaboration.

The exclusive lifestyle collection will feature an array t-shirts, hoodies, joggers, and jersey’s set to release Friday, May 22nd at noon (PT) on www.neverbrokeagain.com.

COMPTON MAGIC x NBA YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN

“This is the first time our brand has been open to the public” said Etop Udo-Ema (Director of Compton Magic).”We’re excited to partner with NBA YoungBoy – One of the hottest rappers in the world and the Never Broke Again brand

Mikey Williams, NBA YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Etop Udo-Ema

ABOUT COMPTON MAGIC

Founded in 1993 by Etop Udo-Ema, Compton Magic has established itself as one of the most influential grassroots basketball programs in the nation – sending over 300 student-athletes to college and nearly 40 players to the NBA. The adidas (3SSB – 3 Stripes Select Basketball) sponsored program holds an unrivaled position as an epicenter of basketball, culture, philanthropy and entertainment – driving the next generation of super stars to display their talents on and off court.

For more information about Compton Magic, visit their website at: www.comptonmagic.net

Follow on Twitter: @Compton_Magic

Follow on IG: @ComptonMagic

Follow on Facebook: Compton Magic