April 13, 2007 – SOUTHLAKE, Texas — 1in3Trinity, a Faith-inspired company of lifestyle products, was selected by the Heroes Basketball Foundation to feature the companies latest fashion items
and energy drink in the gift bag for the first Dallas All Star Celebrity Slam Jam.
The Heroes Basketball Foundation, NBA Entertainment League, Dallas Mavericks, and the Dallas Mavs Foundation come together to present the first annual Dallas All-Star Celebrity SLAM JAM on Saturday, April 14, 2007 at 2 p.m. at SMU’s Moody Coliseum in Dallas. The fun-filled game will test the skills of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and 25 celebrities from the NBA Entertainment League as they are matched up and coached by none other than Dallas Mavericks players Jason Terry, Dirk Nowitzki, Josh Howard, Jerry Stackhouse, Devin Harris and other current Mavericks players.
Entertainers receiving the gift bags filled with 1in3Trinity’s latest fashions including the companies highly sought after signature embellished caps and the first faith inspired energy drink include, Taye Diggs, Raven, Bow Wow, Stacey Keibler, Danny Masterson, Terry Crews, Donald Faison, and Joel McHale among others.
“Our hope and vision is for our company is to impact people in a positive way, which is the essence behind the Heroes Foundation,” says Co-Founder and President Paula Masters. “We are proud to be able to support their mission,” says Masters, “and honored to be a part of this great event that raises awareness of an organization that touches the lives of so many young people.”
All proceeds from ticket sales go to benefit the youth charities of the Heroes Basketball Foundation and the Dallas Mavericks Foundation. Sponsors of the Dallas All-Star Celebrity Slam Jam are
ESPN 103.3 FM and K104 FM. For more information about the event or to purchase tickets, please visit www.heroesbaseball.org
1in3Trinity is a new and innovative faith-inspired lifestyle brand of clothing and accessories for women and men. 1in3Trinity has a strong vision and is committed to contributing
a percentage of their profits to youth ministries around the world. For more information, please visit www.1in3Trinity.com
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