Looking for summer activities for the kids? Save $10 on Harlem Globetrotters Summer Skills Clinics in Houston

When I was looking for summer camps for kids I found out that The Harlem Globetrotters offer summer skills clinics at certain 24-hr Fitness Locations and I am really impressed with all that they have to offer during the clinics, so I wanted to pass along the info and a coupon code to use for registration! My 8 year-old daughter is going to have so much fun!

The clinics will be offered here in Houston from June 11-15 and it's open to kids ages 6 to 14, but they keep the classes small so there's a good amount of attention and one-on-one time with the Harlem Globetrotter player, so if you're at all interested, you should sign up sooner than later. The best part is I found a coupon code that saves $10 on registration! You can use code MOM in the coupon code section here http://www.harlemglobetrotters.com/basketball-skills-clinics/summer-2012 or call 1-800-641-HOOP (4667) and use codeword MOM - either way, you'll save $10!!

At the clinics your child will get to play scrimmages and do practice drills, learn some of the awesome Harlem Globetrotters tricks in a Magic Circle, and, of course, build social and teamwork skills. 

One of the really cool things, too, is that every kid will get a voucher good for a ticket to the 2013 Harlem Globetrotters Wold Tour, a free adult 3-day pass to the 24-hr Fitness location, and an autograph and photograph with the stars at the end of the clinic! I think it is all really exciting! I work for Miles Of Marketing and this information was provided to me by them (www.milesofmarketing.com). We are a group of moms passing along great information like this to other moms!

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