Welcome to the “First Ever Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) All-Star Game Experience” featuring our talented and hard-working men’s basketball student-athletes from the NCAA Division I Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) & Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC), Tennessee State & Hampton University and NCAA Division II Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) & Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC)” at Morehouse College Forbes Arena on Friday, April 3rd in Atlanta, GA!
“The First Ever HBCU All-Star Game Experience” will be “THE GAME CHANGER NEEDED” and a great opportunity to showcase the best and brightest student-athletes and coaches in “Black College Basketball” on a national platform…a sport that we truly love…our African-American male student-athletes have dominated this “GREAT” game of basketball throughout the years, and have proved to be the very best on all levels across the country…around the world!
Atlanta…The City Too Busy Too Hate, HBCU alumni, fans, supporters, key stake-holders, Greek Organizations, All-Star Game Experience staff and volunteers, local business, sports, civic, and community leaders, NABC, NCAA & NAIA coaches, university colleagues, conference commissioners, and athletic administrators in the “Historically Black Colleges & Universities are truly looking forward to hosting the “First Ever HBCU All-Star Game Experience in Atlanta”.
The time is “NOW” to help us celebrate the “Proud and Rich History” of our “HBCU’s in the great city of Atlanta…the BLACK MECCA. “The HBCU All-Star Players” will be provided great exposure opportunities in front of NBA and G-league executives, scouts, coaches, personnel, as well as international teams, coaches, and scouts from around the world visiting Atlanta for College Basketball Biggest Game. This will be a “BIG-TIME” event for the City of Atlanta, HBCU’s in the metropolitan area of Atlanta University Center (AUC), across the state of Georgia, and HBCU’s nationally with the MEAC, SWAC, SIAC, CIAA schools, conference offices and commissioners, Director of Athletics, Athletic, Administration, students, fans, alumni, boosters, key-stake-holders, loyal and local HBCU community, business partners, and sponsors.
This is going to be an amazing, impactful, and life-changing moment for all of our ambitious HBCU student-athletes and brilliant coaches. What a “BIG-TIME EVENT FOR ATLANTA & THE WESTSIDE COMMUNITIES”. We will have media day, welcome reception, college admission fair, awards ceremony, legendary coaches & players’ recognition, pre-game “Battle of the Bands, Cheerleading & Dance Competitions, pre-game Fraternity & Sorority step-show, live music & DJ, food trucks and kids interactive play areas, face-painting, concessions, food trucks, HBCU merchandise, vendors, and special celebrity guests.
It’s very important to come out and show your HBCU pride with family, friends, and make an investment in these young men for “The First Ever HBCU All-Star Game Experience” celebrating “THE BEST IN BLACK COLLEGE BASKETBALL”. Your attendance, ticket purchase, donation, and sponsorship will help bring positive change and much-needed support for this worthy cause featuring the top HBCU student-athletes & coaches from across the country.