ALASKA Milk ensured that children will have fun, productive and healthy summer activities with the launch of the annual Alaska Power Camps in basketball, football and volleyball Tuesday at the Holiday Inn, Makati.
Philippine Basketball Association legend Jeff Cariaso will run the basketball camp.
Philippine Super Liga volleyball player and De La Salle University Lady Spikers star Michelle Gumabao is in charge of the volleyball camp, while former Spanish football player Tomas Lozano will run the football camp.
Blen Fernando, Alaska Milk Marketing Director said the power camps do not just teach sport specific skills, but also instill the value of discipline, perseverance, teamwork and determination among children.
“More than just business branding our programs and activities further our commitment to nation building through professionally run programs which help the youth develop physically, emotionally and adopt proper values such as hard work and integrity,” said Fernando.
Cariaso will be assisted by NCAA head coaches Topex Robinson and Rodney Santos. They will teach the most important aspects of the game of basketball to boys and girls of all ages.
The Alaska Football Power Camp will teach football enthusiasts the fundamentals of the sport and develop their skills with the help of the best football coaches in the country. Lozano will lead former members of the Philippine national football team and United Football League first division players in teaching the most important aspects of football.
Gumabao will lead a team of volleyball experts in teaching aspiring young girls five to 18 years old the most important aspects of volleyball.