December 12, 2016
USSC Teams Up With Snow Valley Iowa To Run Basketball Camps For Kids
US Sports Camps (USSC) announces they will be teaming up with Snow Valley Iowa Basketball Schools
USSC is proud to announce they will be joining forces with Snow Valley Iowa Basketball Schools located in Waverly, Iowa. For more than 25 years Snow Valley Iowa has provided top notch basketball instruction at their long-time host location, Wartburg College.
The agreement unites Snow Valley Iowa with the original Snow Valley Basketball School in Santa Barbara and ensures the great tradition of teaching the game continues. Don Showalter and Jerry Slykhuis remain as Co-Directors of the camp in Iowa.
“We are thrilled to add Snow Valley Iowa to our summer camp network at USSC. Their summer program is one of the best in the country. Don and Jerry have created a tradition unlike any other and we intend to continue on with their team for many years. Add in the amazing staff they have put together, the exceptional facilities at Wartburg College, and you come up with a one of a kind summer basketball camp experience,” comments Brent Koonce, Senior Vice President of the basketball division at USSC.
For summer 2017, the Snow Valley Iowa schedule features four camp weeks in July - three for boys and one for girls. The facilities at Wartburg College are amongst the finest in the nation, providing a perfect spot to improve your skills and have fun.
Founding member and Coach, Don Showalter, expresses an excitement about the new opportunity. “We are excited to team up with US Sports Camps for Snow Valley Iowa. This relationship will make our registration process much more efficient and smoother for our parents. Starting in 2017, we can provide much better customer service than we've had in the past.”
About Snow Valley Basketball Schools:
Since 1961, the Snow Valley Basketball Schools have represented excellence in summer basketball training. Founded by legendary coach Herb Livsey, the original Snow Valley Basketball School was a place to GET BETTER. Players left tired, but with a renewed love of the game and a new appreciation of the dedication required to improve.