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BEST Center goes to Lipa City, 3 new venues

SUMMER gets busier for the pioneering and award-winning BEST Center when it goes to Lipa City, Batangas in addition to its three other new venues for its basketball and volleyball clinics.

The Nestle Lipa Factory will host the Milo-sponsored volleball clinic from April 16 to 21, while the basketball clinic will be held from May 14 to 19 in its LF Events and Sports Center. 

Interested students may call Maan Maravilla at  0917-717-2104,  0977 188-5424 and 045 756-3000 for details and reservation.

The country’s first scientific sports clinic, supported by Rain or Shine, Chris Sports and Sklz,  will also bring its basketball coaches to the Our Lady of Guadalupe Minor Seminary at EDSA corner Bernardino St. Guadalupe Viejo, Makati for Levels 1 and 2 every Tuesday and Friday; and at the  St. Patrick School at 43 General Avenue, Bahay Toro, Project 8, Quezon City for Preparatory Levels and Levels 1 and 2.

Basketball and volleyball clinics are also being offered at the International Christian Academy at Extra Ext. Fourth Estate Subdivision, Sucat, Parañaque for Levels 1 and 2 every Monday and Thursday starting April 2.

Volleyball clinics are availablle at the Our Lady of Guadalupe Minor Seminary for Levels 1 and 2 every Wednesday and Saturday.

For particulars, The BEST Center could be reached at 34 Scout Lozano corner Scout Reyes, Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City; or through telephone numbers  372-3065   411-6260 ; Telefax:  372-3066 ; and email- [email protected]

Topics: BEST Center , Lipa City , Batangas , basketball , volleyball clinics , Nestle Lipa Factory
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