A Cirque du Salute to a former Women's NCAA Basketball Player
This Salute Presentation will pay tribute to the student athletes and coaches. The event is open to the public, while registration is still required due to limited seating.
- (1888PressRelease) April 05, 2011 - Canton, Michigan --- The madness is upon us. Yes, March Madness is here and will continue into the month of April. The NCAA Women's Final Four weekend begins with a majestic celebration on Friday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m. with the Cirque du Salute. Our client Rayna DuBose was selected among many former athletes that the NCAA wanted to use to inspire the student athletes and coaches. The event is highlighted by the introduction of the four teams competing for the 2011 national championship.
NCAA women's basketball is characterized by strong fundamentals, high quality of play, sportsmanship, role model student-athletes and family oriented entertainment. This Salute Presentation will pay tribute to the student athletes and coaches. Our client Rayna DuBose, former athlete chosen as an honoree for this celebratory star studded event says the one message she would like all student athletes to remember is that "the sky is the limit".
The attendance for the event will bring over 1,000 people. Crowds are not a problem for Rayna, as she has spoken to several large crowds before as a motivational speaker. However, for this presentation, it will be set up in a video segment for everyone to watch. The event is open to the public, while registration is still required due to limited seating.
For more information about Rayna DuBose, visit www.raynadubose.net.
Recent Interview with Rayna DuBose:
Part 1 of 2: Rayna DuBose was a local highly recruited basketball player that received a full scholarship to play for Virginia Tech University. ...
For the latest news in regards to the Women's Final Four, visit www.ncaa.com/finalfour.