Hoop Culture, a worldwide basketball brand founded in 2010, has been setting trends with their unique designs, trademarks, and custom products.
Today, the company is pleased to share the success of their latest venture into team uniforms and apparel. Taking their exceptional quality and unique design experience and applying it to youth basketball for organizations nationwide.
“We have been able to provide the best quality product and designs to thousands of players just this year alone,” commented Mike Brown, President of Hoop Culture. “We pride ourselves on being different and that is what we have done in the team uniform business. Our material and cuts are unique and it allows these young athletes the opportunity to wear what the top collegians and pros get to wear as far as quality and design. It’s been a lot of fun to see this take off and even exceed our expectations on the uniform side. Now, we are looking to find more organizations that are like-minded as us to grow with,” continued Brown.
Hoop Culture has worked with organizations from across the country, from Maine to California.
With a vision of creating an inspirational basketball apparel line to inspire those passionate about the game, now organizations are repping the brand many basketball players already know and love.
“Mike and the Hoop Culture team have been a pleasure to work with. They understand relationships matter and have provided unmatched quality with superior service to our program. We are proud to wear their name and appreciate the partnership supporting our Athletes of Influence program,” said Josh Folds, CEO Athletes of Influence.
Worn by basketball enthusiasts, influencers, professional players and celebrities worldwide, Hoop Culture is the leading online boutique for basketball-related lifestyle apparel and merchandise. The brand has garnered online notoriety through their various social platforms, and an expansive global presence with shipping to over 80 countries.
“Partnering with Hoop Culture has been the best decision I’ve made as an owner. The word ‘culture’ embodies the way you think, act and interact with one another. They help you think of fresh ideas for logos and jerseys, they act swiftly on getting out orders as promptly as they can and they interact with our athletes as if they were their own. Couldn’t be more happy to be apart of their family and together we can all #ShineAsOne” said John Elgani, CEO Sunshine Elite.