Indianapolis, IN. The American Basketball Association (ABA) www.abalive.com
today announced that the South Texas Stringrays will return to the league next season after a brief hiatus. “We are really pleased to have Marlon Minifee back; things didn’t work out in their last city, but the team has moved to Rio Hondo TX and the reception has been phenomenal,” stated ABA CEO Joe Newman. “Marlon has been a mainstay of the ABA for many years and we know that he will add much to an already strong division.”
Shooting Stars Sports and entertainment is a full-service company providing a wide variety of services for professional athletes, companies, corporations and youth organizations. Based in South Texas, a place regarded as one of the fattest regions in America according to a study conducted by the America Obesity Association, Shooting Stars have taken a firm stance in the right against obesity by providing programs and events to combat the problem. Through the development of elite camps, clinics, leagues, teams and special events for children and adults ranging from grass roots level programs to more advanced programs, they are able to promote healthy activity and a healthy lifestyle for the people of their community and in the communities where their programs are conducted.
“We are very pleased to be back in the ABA,” stated Minifee. “Our alliance with community partners enables us to provide the families of our community with a quality and entertaining product. Shooting Stars has compiled a list of celebrity clients including George Hill of the Indiana Pacers, Danny Green of the San Antonio Spurs and many more, to provide kids and families with the once in a lifetime opportunity to interact with professional athletes – and our South Texas Stingrays will be a centerpiece of our overall program.”