true athelite Becomes The Official Outfitter of CrossRoads Elite Camps

true athelite®, a sportswear company founded by Rockland resident Andrew Arcangel, becomes the official outfitter of CrossRoads Elite Camps.

NEW YORK, NY (January 28, 2013) – true athelite® today announced CrossRoads Elite Camps as its newest corporate partner.  CrossRoads Elite Camps is a middle school basketball exposure camp circuit that aims to provide recruiting exposure, skill development, and guidance to student-athletes.

true athelite® will be the official outfitter of CrossRoads Elite Camps beginning with its Elite 125 National Camp held in Nashville, TN in August.  The camp will showcase 125 of the top middle school basketball players in the country and will be scouted by ESPN.

“CrossRoads Elite Camps and true athelite® are two organizations with the same desire to help young athletes pursue their passions,” said Andrew Arcangel, founder and CEO of True Athelite, LLC.  “We have a lot to offer to each other so I’m excited about the opportunity.”

Players at CrossRoads Elite Camps range from sixth grade to eighth grade.  CrossRoads Elite Camps was founded in 2012 by Adam Shoulders.  In February, CrossRoads Elite Camps will be hosting the TN Hoops Development Festival for the top class of 2017-2018 in Tennessee and its bordering states.

Launched in 2012, true athelite® is the sportswear brand for elite athletes who strive for greatness. Offering comfortable and stylish sportswear made of lightweight cutting-edge fabric technology, true athelite® helps athletes look great, feel confident, and perform at their best.

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