By Madisen Carter
Unlimited Potential Basketball is excited to announce that our training facility will be moving to a new location on Rollins Rd in Burlingame to continue to serve the community that we love so much and continue to appreciate. As our current training facility will soon be taken down, we are now building out a warehouse into a new facility that will be bigger and better equipped for our amazing athletes that come to train with us! We are excited to start this journey as the new year begins, and we are excited to announce the opening of the new facility later this Spring.
We are so grateful for all of the athletes who have spent their time training with us and have trusted us to aid them in their basketball journeys. Since 2016 whenUPBasketball started, we have had the pleasure of working with many athletes starting from just three years old all the way to professional athletes in the league. We are excited to be a part of these athlete’s basketball journeys as they continue to grow in their game and reach their goals.
Our current facility has brought us and our athletes so much joy and it carries many great memories. We have hosted many Summer Camps, Holiday Camps, All-Girls Clinics, Group Trainings and Private Training sessions. We have even introduced many client-favorite clinics and group training classes that we will carry on into our new facility including the Little Hoopers Clinic and our Adult Training.
“Our team is so excited that we found a new space in Burlingame so close to where this journey originally began. We have spent years building up a community that feels like family. I feel blessed to know we get to continue to help the kids in the area,” said UPB’s CEO Bianca Turner. “Although change is never easy, it does challenge us to grow and innovate. I am excited for what’s to come in the future! And I can’t wait to show everyone our new home.”
As we get started and continue to renovate the warehouse, UPB appreciates any donations that can be given in order to make this facility the best it can be! All donations are greatly appreciated, big or small, and anything counts. The donations will be used to purchase new hoops and the new gym floor that will be installed.
We want to thank you in advance for your generosity and support. We can not wait to see how great this facility will be and we can not wait to get it up and ready for training!
“Our goal for the future is to continue teaching young athletes the value of hard work and the confidence that comes with it. We are grateful for all of the support and your consideration to donate,” said Bianca and Packie Turner.
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