HoopSeenW + All Star Girls Report join forces
SUWANEE, GA - All-Star Girls Report has partnered with HoopSeenW to form the premier girls basketball event and media platform in the girts basketball space. This is the largest joint venture partnership between a girls and a boys basketball event operator.
ASGR has been the authority in girls basketball events since 1995. Events like Deep South Classic and Top Ten All-American Camp are proven stages in the space and starting points for girls and their journey to college scholarships.
HoopSeenW will serve as the media outlet for the stories that connect players to college coaches. Together, the event experience will be unmatched in the space.
"We hope to unlock the potential of elite events paired with expert content and community for girls basketball," HoopSeen CEO Mike Eddy said. "We believe our partnership will only enhance the full-service experience for attending players, teams, coaches and families in the in-person and digital spaces."
HoopSeen.com has a decade-long history of being a thought leader in the boys' space. HoopSeenW.com will serve in the same capacity and success. The HoopSeenW.com coverage spans the nation and is anchored by expert insight from longtime scouts such as Nate Altenhofen and Mike White.
"This platform will raise the bar for content and media coverage in women's basketball," says ASGR founder Michael T. White. "I have watched closely what HoopSeen has done on the boys side, and I think there will be a lot of happy travel and college coaches when they realize what ASGR and HoopSeen are creating for women's hoops."