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The Richmond Elite captured the ABA Regional Championship, reached the ABA’s Elite 8 and the Final 4 in St. Louis, and wrapped up a memorable 2018-19 ABA season all with Wooter Apparel having their back.
With the 2019 preseason tipping-off on May 9, the WNBA announced teams will sport Nike Women’s Aeroswift uniforms during the upcoming 2019 WNBA season. This marks the second-year that the WNBA and Nike have collaborated on basketball jerseys and uniforms, making slight modifications from their Icon Edition (in primary colors) and Statement Edition (in secondary colors).
Wooter is raising investments to revolutionize organized sports. Thanks to a partnership with Seedinvest, Wooter is able to extend an investment opportunity to all clients, friends and also family. SeedInvest accepts less than 1% of companies that apply to raise on its platform and conducts due diligence and Wooter made the cut.
Last November Wooter Apparel became the official jersey sponsor of Smush Parker Elite, a series of free basketball clinics conducted by former NBA guard and 16-year pro Smush Parker. Focused on teaching fundamental skills and growth in the game, Parker has led clinics from Los Angeles, to Houston, Atlanta, Mississippi and New York in the past year.
Last year the Zanzibar Basketball League featured a 12-team grass roots league (complete with a youth league) and tournament with players sporting customized uniforms and jerseys created by Wooter Apparel. But that was only part of the story at play in year one.
Three years ago, Cody Ballard was busy working on his transition game. The Westerville, Ohio native was between training sessions and playing professionally before he made the move to work in youth basketball in Columbus, Ohio with aspirations of launching a basketball Pro-Am league during the Summer. Now as they enter year three, BRICK League and IBT Academy are the latest signings to Wooter Apparel.
In an effort to raise awareness and support for non-profit Lupus organizations, Bo Talley-Williams and her husband Fred Williams, (Los Angeles Sparks assistant coach) launched Balling 4 Lupus and host an annual charity and celebrity basketball game featuring all female players wearing Wooter Apparel.
Wooter is pledging $2,500,000 over the next 3 years towards donations and sponsorships for sports programs all over the world.
When fans filled the CFE Arena in Orlando on Saturday night for the 2019 Celebrity Pro-Bowl Showdown presented by Boom Cups, it was their chance to watch current and former NFL players, music artists, entertainers, and social media influencers take to the floor all for a good cause. For Wooter and Wooter Apparel, it was a chance to keep giving back.
After designing and producing team basketball uniforms for star players like boxing legend Floyd Mayweather at the 2018 Celebrity Summer Showdown and charity event last August, Wooter Apparel is back with their customized jersey release as Boom Cups presents the 2019 Celebrity Pro-Bowl Showdown on Saturday, January 26 at the CFE Arena in Orlando.