Alaska Basketball Power Camp in Bacolod 2017

Alaska Basketball Power Camp in Bacolod 2017 | Mea in Bacolod

Basketball – it’s one sport that Filipinos cannot get enough of. It’s common for you to see daily basketball games taking place within neighborhoods during late afternoons. On a personal note, my husband plays basketball with his friends maybe twice or three times a week. It’s like the sport is ingrained within every Filipino’s DNA makeup. Filipinos take “Ball is Life” to a whole new level. It’s one of the reasons why basketball camps, like the Alaska Basketball Power Camp, become so successful.

Alaska Basketball Power Camp in Bacolod

Every year, Alaska organizes a basketball program under the Alaska Power Camp. It’s a 10-day activity supervised by Alaska Basketball Camp Director Jeffrey Cariaso. These camps are open to boys and girls ages 6 to 18 years old. This year, Alaska has seven basketball camps:

Alaska Basketball Power Camp – Cities and Schedules

  1. Quezon City
    • April 19, 22, 23, 26, 29, 30
    • May 3, 6
    • Ateneo de Manila College Covered Courts
  2. Subic
    • April 8, 9, 10, 11, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
    • Columbian College Barretto
  3. Lucena
    • April 20 – 27
    • Inigos Sports Complex
  4. Batangas
    • April 1 – 8
    • Faith Tanauan
  5. Baguio
    • June 4 – 11
    • Philippine Military Academy
  6. Bacolod
    • April 17 – 25
    • Tay Tung High School
  7. Cebu
    • April 20 – May 1
    • TBA

We, in Bacolod, are super lucky to have had this camp this year. I hope to enroll my son next year, I know his dad will support it. This brings us to how you can enroll your child into the Alaska Basketball Power Camp:

How to Register to Alaska Basketball Power Camp

The following are websites and offices you can visit as well as Facebook pages or emails you can contact for you to know more about the basketball camp or enroll your child in the program.

  1. Alaska Website
  2. Play PH Website
  3. Alaska Office
    • CK Kanapi or Rogen Estioco 840 4500 loc. 205/209
  4. Email
  5. Ateneo de Manila University PW Dept
    • 4266-001 loc. 5016 (Contact Person – Edwin)
  6. Basketball Power Camp

Fees to Pay

If you’re in Metro Manila, you’d have to pay P4000 to enter your child in the camp or you can show proof of purchase (of Alaska products, of course) in the same amount. For provincial areas, the fee is P2500 or you can show proof of purchase (of Alaska products) in the same amount.

What’s included:

  • Reversible jersey
  • Basketball
  • Gift pack of Alaska products

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Mea Pabiona is a Bacolod blogger who works as a fulltime online freelancer, specializing in SEO, content writing, and social media marketing. She's a beauty and skincare enthusiast, a dog-lover, a foodie, and a mother of one.

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