COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - The National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) has announced Dr. Dish as the “exclusive shooting machine company of the NWBA”, the world's original and longest standing wheelchair basketball national governing organization.
Founder and CEO of Airborne Athletics Inc. and Dr. Dish Basketball Doug Campbell shares his thoughts on this partnership, "Our goal at Dr. Dish Basketball is to help athletes around the world build confidence in sports and life. We can't wait to watch the wheelchair basketball teams and players compete and develop their skills on our Dr. Dish machines. Becoming the official shooting machine of the NWBA is an honor, and we're excited to provide new opportunities for members to Be Better Every Day."
Through this partnership NWBA members will be offered exclusive pricing on Dr. Dish products. Dr. Dish will also be creating wheelchair basketball drills and workouts that can be done with or without a Dr. Dish machine.
This partnership was made possible by introduction from Nick Pryor, Program Manager at Ability360. Ability360 fields an Adult Division II and Women’s Division teams with the NWBA. Thank you to Nick for making this introduction to unlock the full potential of this partnership opportunity for all NWBA members to benefit from.
Pryor states, “I would like to see every program have access to Dr. Dish because there are so many benefits in having one of their machines.” Pryor explains the benefits of Ability360 teams having a Dr. Dish machine, “We use our Dr. Dish machine at every practice, and it really helps to maximize our time. I know a lot of NWBA programs and teams don’t have a lot of time to practice and it allows us to combine drills and get more repetitions.”
Dr. Dish is the first and only shooting machine endorsed by International Basketball Federation (FIBA). Additionally, partners and customers of Dr. Dish include the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), National Basketball Association (NBA) teams, Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) teams, top NCAA basketball programs and vast number of other basketball academies/organizations.
NWBA teams are eligible for exclusive discounts on any Dr. Dish machine. Please check the NWBA Resource Center, at www.nwba.org/resourcecenter, or click here to complete a form to for more information on Dr. Dish products.
ABOUT DR. DISH BASKETBALL:
A division of Airborne Athletics, Inc., Dr. Dish Basketball is the premier provider of basketball shooting machines and offers the most versatile and technologically advanced training solutions in the world. As leaders in innovation, the Dr. Dish training experience allows players around the world to quickly improve their skills via real-time analytics as well as training content from world-class professional trainers. Dr. Dish provides training equipment for many of the top basketball programs around the world including the Philadelphia 76ers, the University of North Carolina, Real Madrid, the NBA Global Academy, and countless other teams and professional basketball players in both gym and home settings.
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The National Wheelchair Basketball Association is the recognized National Organization for Wheelchair Basketball by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation and the High- Performance Management Organization by the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee. The NWBA trains and selects teams for participation in the Paralympic Games, World Championships, and other international competitions. The NWBA was founded in 1949, and today consists of 225 teams across seven divisions: Adult Division (I, II and III), Women's Division, Intercollegiate Men's Division, Intercollegiate Women's Division and Junior Division. For more information, visit: www.nwba.org.