Website Launches for Homeschooled Basketball Players
Garrett B. Richardson, CLC is the creator and founder of http://www.hoopcliq.com. The site was created as an exclusive membership online community designed specifically for homeschooled middle and high school basketball players that are serious about their game.
hoopcliq.com will commemorate its launch with the 2012 hoopcliq.com Nationwide Hot Homeschooled Hooper Contest which celebrates talented homeschooled athletes both on and off the basketball court. This contest focuses on qualities like leadership, creativity, character, commitment or whatever it is that they or anyone that nominates them feels that makes them a stand out athlete and all-around great person. This contest is a fun way to bring attention to serious, dedicated and talented athletes often overlooked by the mainstream public.
Four winners will be selected, a male and a female basketball player in high school and a male and female basketball player in middle school. Prizes will include hoopcliq.com Nationwide Homeschooled HOT Hooper of the Year Trophy, $150.00 Gift Card from online sports authority Eastbay.com, Six months free membership to hoopcliq.com’s exclusive online community and four (30) minute Personal Mental Training Coaching Session (Valued at $500.00) and local and national recognition.
Registration is free and a complimentary prize will be given at registration. The contest is open until December 31, 2011, with winners being announced on February 29, 2012. Nomination can be made by either uploading a nomination video or e-mailing a nomination letter.
For more information about the contest and contest rules please visit hoopcliq.com.
hoopcliq.com, LLC is an online membership mental training coaching site and a basketball social networking community designed exclusively for serious Homeschooled middle school and high school male and female basketball players. The site was launched by retired semi-professional basketball player, Garrett B. Richardson, a Certified Life Coach and grandson to basketball Hall of Fame Coach, Nolan Richardson.
Garrett B. Richardson