(Queens, New York, Sept. 2020) -- There’s no better way to celebrate 10 years of Queens Week than by taking to the court for the Pro Am Basketball One Day Tournament on Sunday, September 20 at 150th Park (150th Street and North Conduit Ave) in Queens, New York!
Join H2O Basketball Trainer, Ballin’ 4 Peace Founder, and Queens native, Haron Hargrave, along with co-organizer David Bucknor for a full day of basketball action and the chance to compete to win $5000 and have your team crowned champion of the Pro Am Basketball One Day Tournament.
“This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for! After enduring the Coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown, we wanted to do something special for Queens and those in the community who are eager to get back on the court for some basketball," said H2O Basketball Trainer and Ballin’ 4 Peace Founder, Haron Hargrave.
"Thanks to our sponsors like The Rock and Wooter Apparel, we can’t wait to tip-off the Pro Am Basketball One Day Tournament and make this a memorable occasion for this historic Queens Week."
Along with The Rock and Wooter Apparel (who will be providing customized jerseys for the tournament), sponsors include Bad Mon Jerk Chicken & Waffles and World Wide Auto Sales & Repair Doctor for the double-elimination tournament. Team fees are $800 and includes a referee fee throughout the tournament ($200 deposit reserves your team spot). A max of 8 players are allowed per team. To secure your spot for the Pro Am Basketball One Day Tournament, you can easily make payments via Venmo (@Ballin4Peace) or CashApp ($Ballin4Peace). For more details and information contact Haron Hargrave at H2Obasketball@gmail.com.
Founded in 2008 by Queens, New York native and former Sacramento State basketball and pro guard, Haron Hargrave, Ballin’ 4 Peace (B4P) is committed to raising awareness about violence within NYC and beyond. B4P provides an outlet for inner-city youth who can interface with their favorite celebrities, athletes, and influencers as they promote peace through sports, annual events, and by partnering with companies and brands who mutually share the same vision of “giving back”.