MARKETING EXECUTIVE RECREATES MINOR LEAGUE PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL
WITH THE NEW "UNITED STATES BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION"
Atlanta, Georgia U.S.A. (July 08,2007) A level three drought in the Southern United States could not deter the creation of the new and highly anticipated United States Basketball Association. " The news is rapidly spreading across the country that a new professional basketball league has been developed, I'm recieving calls from all around the 50 states" boast league official, Duane Allen Jenkins.
The United States Basketball Association (USBA) is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
The league will maintain divisional offices throughout the United States, " As the League
grows in the number of teams and additional divisions established, we think it is essential to have regional representation" states Jenkins
Mr. Duane Allen Jenkins of Duluth, Georgia, a successful marketing stallward, formally worked under agreements with two other minor league basketball leagues, " Minor leauge basketball has had a great many challenges throughout the years and unfortunately has left a great many cites and towns with a general distrust of minor league sports." We believe
market stability, effective community involvment, reliable corporate partnerships and league participation are some of the ingredients for a truly successful venture", said Jenkins. Franchises will be availble to investors beginning July 15, 2007
The United States Basketball Association (USBA) is a professional developmental basketball league that will showcase players for the National Basketball Association (NBA). The USBA will accept eligible players from the National Collegiate Athletic Association(NCAA), players from the NBADL (the NBA developmental league) , players returning from International Leagues, as well as players from other minor leagues. The USBA will play a 30 game schedule from early April to late June. comlpete with a Allstar Game at mid season and a complete championship play-off series culminating in the first week in July. The USBA
will initiate the 2008 season with 12 teams. A standing invitation was issued to a group of basketball teams from another leauge. "These teams are successful and hold the respect of their community and we welcome them with open arms" said Jenkins. " We have devised a minor league marketing package specifically developed for business community to insure the survivabilty of USBA teams" Jenkins proclaimed. "In all sports programs there is a marriage between the team and the town, we anticipate many happy long lasting unions"
About the United States Basketball Association--- The United States Basketball Association is a mid spring and early summer professional basketball league. The league begins in early April and ends in the beginning of July. The leagues headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia and will maintain regional offices throughout the United States. Elite players are catipulted to enjoin further opportunities in the NBA summer leagues, preseason NBA summer camps, as well as exposure to other professional leagues from around the world. The USBA will offer eligible collegiate plyers consultation and assistance in the transition from the amateur ranks to the professional arena
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The IBL is starting to look pretty good now.
"Ken, Steelheads fan" wrote:Is THIS the league the Cagerz organization wants everyone to join? If so, then this new league needs to be a little more unique. The United States Basketball Association sounds too close to the United States Basketball League. I also have a problem with press releases that go out with errors in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
The IBL is starting to look pretty good now.
LOL ... I was thinking the same thing about the mistakes in the release. If you cannot afford a proofreader, I'm not coming to your league.
I'm not sure if this is the league the Cagerz are talking about, but it sure does sound similar. Heck, they'll not only "accept" players from the NCAA and the NBDL, but also those from overseas and other minor leagues.
They do have a standing invitation to join. Me and a few of my buddies are thinking about joining. Our bowling/beer league is a little boring.
And, the selling point to me, is that they're going "insure" the survivability of the league. How can we lose?