Courtesy of Jessica Olenik | Alan Redmond, owner of National Brokers of America, with the eighth-grade Reading Kids that Ball basketball team that he helped sponsor with a recent $9,700 donation.
Big donation helps city players have a ball
By Samantha Tighe
A $9,700 sponsorship goes to the Reading Kids That Ball eighth-grade team.
A Reading basketball organization has received a $9,700 donation that will help sponsor an eighth-grade boys team for the duration of its next >>>>Click to continue reading more about it
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NBoA Sponsors the Reading K.T.B.
National Brokers of America sponsored a local Basketball team called “Kids That Ball.”
A youth program devoted to keeping kids of reading off the streets and to help
develop them academically.
National Brokers of America gave a generous donation of $9,700, which was used
to purchase new uniforms and sneakers for these ALL-STARS.
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