ABA News Roundup

By ABA Media Relations
Updated: March 21, 2008


NEW YORK — Here is a look at the latest major happenings surrounding the American Basketball Association.

“Earlier this week, we offered NASCAR Drivers’ official team jackets at a huge savings – and the response was fantastic,” said Joe Newman, ABA CEO. “So, now we’ll show another example of the type of savings you can get on name brand quality merchandise through the ABA Super Savings Store. “We have Pioneer Avics2 Portable GPS Navigation Systems priced at only $399. Anyone who has been into major retailers can immediately recognize the incredible value.”
The Pioneer Avics2 is the idea travel companion. Consumers get three of the best features they look for in a portable device, a full navigation system, MP3 playback and Bluetooth hands-free. And this is only one of hundreds of great bargains to be found at the ABA Super Savings Store. To check out appliances, electronics, jewelry, sporting goods, collectibles and other items, visit www.abalive.com and click on the ABA Super Savings Store banner.
The Nashville Broncs are gearing up to hold their first tryout on April 5th. The Broncs tryouts are open to all players and positions and marks the first official tryout for the team. Camp will be held at Fish University, located at 1000 17th Ave N, Nashville, Tennessee. “There is a rich talent pool of basketball players in the Nashville area,” owner Scott Lumley stated. “However, with several camps scheduled, we know that we will find more talent during our upcoming tryouts.”
The pre-registration fee is $125, while registration at the door will be $150.00. Pre-registration begins immediately, but must be completed before Friday, March 29th to receive the sign-up discount. Registration and athlete check in on Saturday, April 5th and will begin at 7am at Fish University.
The workout will run from 9am to 6pm. All players will receive a Broncs t-shirt, but must bring their own shoes, towels and refreshments. The head coach and his staff will conduct the workout and evaluate all prospective players and their skill level. For more information, please visit www.nashvillebroncs.com or to pre-register, please contact their office at 615-823-1086 or via e-mail at info@nashvillebroncs.com.
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