Chris Mack Basketball Camp Registration Now Open

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT: 

Registration Open for Chris Mack Basketball Camp

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Registration is now open for multiple sessions of the Chris Mack Basketball Camp, to be staged on the University of Louisville campus this summer.

Campers will work directly with the Louisville basketball players and staff, receiving fundamental skill instruction in a competitive environment. Learning from athletes and coaches, campers will take part in drills, contests and competitions that are designed to develop a child’s skill, understanding of the game and passion for hoops.

Day camp sessions are available June 17-20 for campers in grades 3-8 and July 15-18 for grades 1-6.  Each of the day camps, which cost $275, run for four days from 9 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.  Campers will receive instruction from Coach Mack and Cardinal players, a camp T-shirt, lunch each day, plus an autograph and photo session.  Campers attending both day camp sessions will receive $50 off the total for the two sessions.

Two “Little Dribblers” camps for youth ages 4-7 are available on June 21 and July 19 from 9 a.m. until noon each day.  Campers will receive instruction from Coach Mack and UofL players, a camp T-shirt, and an autograph and photo session.  The cost for each Little Dribblers camp is $75.

The camp sessions are open to any and all, limited only by age, grade level, gender and/or number.  Campers can be dropped off and picked up each day at the Planet Fitness Kueber Center, located on the UofL campus at 2432 South Floyd Street.

Registration is available online at www.chrismackbasketballcamp.com. Additional information may be obtained via email at chrismackbasketballcamp@gocards.com or by phone at (502) 852-6651.  Follow Coach Mack, UofL Men’s Basketball and the camp on Twitter at @CoachChrisMack, @LouisvilleMBB and @ChrisMackCamp

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