Medford, OR, August 11, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- "A pro league would make my dream possible to compete in the game I cherish, in the Country that I love." -Matt Scott USA Wheelchair Basketball
Today, there are more opportunities for adaptive athletes in America and more are being created by various groups around the world. With the success of events in 2016 such as the Invictus games, Angel city games, Valor games, and the Rio Paralympics; the time has come for fans to have the opportunity to witness the feats of these amazing athletes during a professional season.
· Oregon State Senator, Laurie Anderson said, “The PWBL would create opportunity for wheelchair athletes. Also, more universities could offer
wheelchair scholarships and additionally, the professional wheelchair games will generate revenue. Again, I think that a professional league for wheelchair basketball is a good idea.”
· “The Disability rights movement has made great strides in increasing participation of people with all types of disabilities in education, business, and politics. A professional wheelchair basketball league would complement this work, expanding disability power and leadership into athletics.” -Sara Gesler, Oregon State Senate.
· The National Wheelchair Basketball Association supports the growth of wheelchair basketball at all levels and we wish Competitive Edge Sports well as it works to launch the professional wheelchair basketball league providing these outstanding athletes with an opportunity to compete at the professional level in the United States." -Jim Scherr, Interim Executive Director NWBA
PWBL enterprises has created a platform for just such an opportunity. The PWBL has been created to have wheelchair basketball marketed and managed as a professional business model similar to the NBA. The time has come for a professional league in order for these amazing athletes to be able to showcase their skills in a platform that provides fans and players with high levels of exposure opportunities. PWBL is currently offering exclusive ownership and marketing opportunities within the new league. For more info e-mail PWBLenterprises@gmail.com or call 1-800-610-0292 ext. 101. Visit www.PWBLenterprises.com today!
Contact Name: Jeff Roberson, CEO or Keith Avant President
Organization: PWBL (Professional Wheelchair Basketball League)
Phone Number: Jeff Roberson 541-499-3879 / Keith Avant 541-941-6669