Fountainhead MKTG partners with Reliance Foundation Jr NBA 

Fountainhead MKTG, the DAN experiential marketing agency, conducted the programme across 34 cities and 7,900 schools

by exchange4media Staff
Published - Jul 17, 2019 4:50 PM Updated: Jul 17, 2019 4:50 PM
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Fountainhead MKTG, the experiential marketing agency of Dentsu Aegis Network, recently concluded the Reliance Foundation Jr NBA Program across 34 cities and 7,900 schools. 


The 6-month-long programme reached out to more than 6,00,000 students expanding the sporting education in the country while building the sporting property in its sixth year.
 
 
International NBA coaches from Spain and the US were brought to India for mentoring and a first-of-its-kind PE Teachers Community was created to keep the programme alive digitally, track progress and foster sustenance of the sport.
 

Commenting on the mammoth sports activation carried throughout the country, Pratiksha Vaidya, Senior Vice-President, BD&CS, Events & Activation, Fountainhead MKTG said, “Reliance Foundation Jr NBA is a unique programme that raises awareness and teaches the sport in a sustainable format. We reached out to schools as part of the development programme giving us access to students, staff and facilities. We are glad to have partnered with such an unique initiative, one that encourages a positive student-teacher relationship in the sporting industry.”
 

The Reliance Foundation Jr. NBA National Finals brought together 12 boys and 12 girls’ teams composed of the top 10 players from each Reliance Foundation Jr. NBA city Tournament pan India.


Marc Pulles, Lead – Basketball Operations, NBA India, says: “The Reliance Foundation Jr. NBA programme is one of the largest grassroots development sports initiatives in the country. The NBA is committed to the development of youth through sports and teaching the positive values of the game, including teamwork, leadership and respect. We are thankful to Fountainhead MKTG for sustaining our efforts across 7,900 schools in 34 cities of growing basketball among Indian boys and girls.” 
 
Two youth teams, North region (boys) and West region (girls) won the finale. The top performing players will now represent India in the upcoming Junior NBA World Championship in Orlando.
 

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