Flint United Basketball is taking a new approach this season, bringing its games straight to the fans and the community. This Friday, March 3rd, when Flint United tips off against the Kokomo BobKats, it’ll be in front of hundreds of excited high schoolers at 11 a.m.
This program is a part of a 6-game series, where 3 local high schools serve as the host to Flint United and The Basketball League. The host schools are: Hamady Middle/High School, International Academy of Flint, and Flint Southwestern
“Creative exposure is what we’d like to call it,” said Team Market Owner and President, Kevin Mays.
“Being able to bring our game day experience to life in front of our biggest fan base is priceless,” Mays added.
Each school will host two (2) games, one school day game, and one game open to the public, typically the following Saturday or Sunday.
Another great element of these partnerships is each school will be able to engage with student auxiliary groups who will have a direct role in the Flint United game day experience. At Hamady, a group of students led by two-time Grammy Award winning photojournalist, and Public Relations Marketing Coordinator for Westwood Heights Schools, Jamal Bransford, will lead the livestream production for Flint United.
The school day games on March 3rd, March 17th, and March 24th are closed to the public, exclusive to the students and faculty. Games open to the public will be held on March 4th (7PM), March 19th (3PM), and March 25th (7PM).
For more information, please contact, Kevin Mays by email: email@example.com or visit: www.flintunitedbasketball.com