RMS All Star Press Release
Mar 16, 2012
By: Special To Florida Prospects
Miami Gardens, Fl - Elite, Standout high school athletes representing Miami-Dade and Broward counties, will compete in RMF's All Star High School Basketball Game. A series of games will be played at St. Thomas University- 16401 NW 37th Avenue - Miami Gardens, Florida 33054, on Saturday, March 17, 2012. Games begin as early at 9am showcasing the top 200 players and as late as 9pm showcasing the best of the best. Some athletes include "the best of the best," 2012 State Champions- Cleon Roberts (Norland), Ray Rodriguez (Hialeah Gardens) and Clide Geffrard (Ely). Other top players include Staphon Blair (Dillard), Amari Bryant (Pines Charter), Demetrius Henry (Northeast), DeAndre Burnett (Carol City) and Cornelius Henry (Miramar) to name a few.
"This All-Star Game is a unique opportunity for these athletes to showcase their talent, and we are proud to have received such a high level of interest from athletes in Miami Dade and Broward counties to participate," said Doobie, Director of RMF Magazine.
The All-Star basketball game is an effort to provide graduating seniors an opportunity to showcase their talent among their peers, and obtain one last look by coaches and recruiters, representing colleges and universities across the country who will be in attendance.
Gameday sponsors include Powerade, TRU Sports Foundation, I'm Gullible, Intellect Gallery, TOC Sports, Wes Sports Management, Pregameals, J. Camille Clothing, Trophy World, St. Thomas University Boys Basketball team, McKinnely Insurance, Soul Factory Music, TMG (The Minnis Group), The Pratt-Rodriguez Family, 93 Degrees, D'Occasion, Artica Style.
We are extremely excited to host an All-Star Game that allows players, parents and fans alike, the opportunity to experience an action-packed and competitive contest between some of the state's top ranked schools.
Dade vs Broward (5 Boys Games Seniors, 1 Middle School Showcase Game and 1 Girls game) 7 Games total. Music, food and Give a-Ways!!!
9:00am (R.M.F. Top 200 game)
11:00am (R.M.F. Top 150 game)
1:00pm (R.M.F. Top 100 game)
3:00pm (R.M.F. Middle School Showcase game)
5:00pm (R.M.F. Best of the Best Girls game)
7:00pm (R.M.F. Top 40 game)
9:00pm (R.M.F. Best of the Best Boys game!
$5.00 Kids 12 and Under (All-Day Pass)
$10.00 Adults 13 and up (All- Day Pass)
$20.00 V.I.P (All-Day Pass and Food)
$30.00 Coaches Pass (All-Day Pass, Players info Packet and food)
Player info Packets $15.00
For more info please email Doobie@RMFMAG.com or Info@RMFMAG.com
RMF MAGAZINE is the only media outlet that covers South Florida High School basketball exclusively. A quarterly publication, RMF Magazine began to create exposure and recognition for the kids of South Florida with its launch in October 2009. Founded in 2009 as the "Respect My Face basketball magazine," covering all things South Florida hoop-related, from college ball, high school hoops to old-school stories, events, rankings and exposure camps, coming to you in both in print and online.
Since then it has gained statewide acclaim. With issues delivered to every college coach in the U.S., RMF Magazine delivers an unprecedented amount of exposure for high school basketball players, in a place where football reigns supreme. Allow us some room to make a mark, let us take the time to honor outstanding individuals, allow team players to share the time in the limelight. Also to commemorate coaches who not only coach the mechanics of basketball, but the game of life.
The magazine aims to bring recognition to South Florida's rich high school basketball talent that have no way of earning their share of the celebration, merely a diamond on the rough. we just want you to "Respect My Face" with this magazine.
Founder & Editor in Chief
Jean "Doobie" Dubuisson II
Co-Founder & Event Manager
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