Hoop2Hoop is proud to have joined the Kilsyth Basketball community through a
multi year sponsorship of their Junior and Senior Cobras program.
Hoop2Hoop has also entered into a joint venture initiative with Kilsyth Basketball to create the Cobras Locker Room basketball store in the foyer of the Kilsyth Sports centre.
Hoop2Hoop is passionate about supporting grassroots basketball through long lasting partner style relationships. They are much more than just the typical uniform supply company.Wanting to work with all of their partner Associations and clubs on a long term basis and they always have an interest in what we can do to help build the profile of their club and association.
Hoop2Hoop is committed to providing solutions to the age old supply problems that all clubs and associations face. They invest in the latest manufacturing and distribution technology to eliminate the normal uniform and supporter gear burden placed on clubs and associations by the usual uniform supply process.
With over 25 years experience in the apparel manufacturing and marketing industry, they are able to utilise our vast experience and manufacturing capabilities to provide their clients with first class quality at exceptional prices.
Head to the Cobras Locker Room or visit the store located in the Kilsyth Sports Centre foyer to pick up a great deal on all your basketball needs!
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