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4 Jan 2018

AAU BIG MOUNTAIN JAM AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN SHOWCASE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS

AAU BIG MOUNTAIN JAM AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN SHOWCASE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS

SANDY, Utah (Jan. 4, 2018) - Longtime AAU event operator, Jam On It, continues to provide basketball participation opportunities to the west coast with its 'All Under One Roof' model.  Entering its seventh year, Jam On It is the host of the AAU Big Mountain Jam Basketball Tournament (June 21-23), the largest basketball tournament in Utah history. 

More than
750 youth basketball teams from Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Canada, and more will tip-off at the Mountain America Expo Center (formerly known as South Towne Expo Center) in Sandy, Utah June 21 through June 30, 2018.  Other events taking place during that time are the Rocky Mountain Showcase (June 28-30) and a Team Camp (June 26-27). 

What is unique about these events is that there is no 
Sunday play scheduled giving players, coaches and spectators ample time to explore all that the area has to offer.

"The events in Utah are awesome opportunities for teams of all skill levels to play and compete,
said Big Mountain Jam founder Mike Killpack. "You won't find a better place to play in the whole state of Utah." 


Boys and girls basketball
teams grades 3rd through Varsity will compete on 32 courts over the course of 2 weeks 

In 2017, an estimated 4,000 in-state participants and 5,000 out of state participants brought 12,000 spectators out to Salt Lake County for an
estimated economic impact of $1.5 million to the area.  

Teams interested in registering can visit JamOnItTournaments.com for more information or contact Mike Killpack at 801-381-0326, mikek@aausports.org.



 

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