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SPOKANE AAU REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

We are looking forward to the 32nd season of Spokane Regional AAU Basketball! As we prepare for another wonderful basketball season, we want to share with you some important information.

We realize that with the Covid-19 pandemic, we are moving forward cautiously optimistic. Our league and tournaments are dependent upon the opening of the facilities utilized for our events.  We are also under the continued guidance of the Spokane Regional Health District as well as any mandates that are provided from the office of the Governor.  The health, wellness, and safety of our young athletes, parents, and those in our community has been and will continue to be our priority.

We have revamped our refund policy contingent upon the circumstances when and if they arise. We will provide refunds based on modifications or cancellations.

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A HOOPFEST CHAMPION?

Spokane Hoopfest Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. With a small staff of eight and a tremendous volunteer effort, Hoopfest has become the largest tournament of its kind and a world-class event which makes an estimated $50 million annual impact to our local economy. Since inception in 1990, Hoopfest has invested nearly $3 million back into the community through our partnership with Special Olympics, Community Courts, youth basketball programs, senior basketball programs and our partnership with our local school district. However, Spokane Hoopfest Association is a small business that is in need of your help. We need all of you to be a CHAMPION for the cause in 2020. We ask that you stand with us by maintaining your registration if you have already registered, registering for Hoopfest HomeCourt 2020 and/or consider donating to our cause. Your generous support will ensure that we will hit the streets again at Hoopfest 2021.

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