Global Greatness in Ghana – DRYWORLD Brands and Mode Basketball Continue Partnership

Today the global premium performance sports brand, DRYWORLD Brands, Inc. (IBGR) announced the continuance of its partnership with Mode Basketball which will be the second consecutive year the hoops camp and global brand have partnered in their efforts to provide a premier summer day camp for 100 of the most talented young players in Ghana.

Mode Basketball camp was founded by Maxwell “Mode” Amoafo, a professional basketball player in the Spanish EBA with Cotto Cordoba, a DRYWORLD Athlete, and Canadian entrepreneur, Rebecca May.

“Mode,” is from Accra Ghana and was scouted to play basketball in Canada at the University of Saskatchewan Huskies where he played for five seasons. The seasoned camp coaching staff that includes former players strives to prepare and guide its campers to play ball overseas.

DRYWORLD who has also partnered with other basketball camps such as Harlem Globetrotter, Curley Boo Johnson’s camp focuses on supporting young athletes journeys. Through Mode the global brand, is facilitating opportunities for young athletes to play high school, and Division 1 ball in the United States through the connections they’ve made with their NIL investments. In addition to its partnerships with other basketball camps, DRYWORLD has continued its NIL partnerships. The company’s latest announcement provided detail on their one year inked deal with Purdue University point guard, Bradon Smith.

As the basketball buzz continues, Mode and DRYWORLD will look to keep the hoops spirit alive at the upcoming summer camp in Ghana.

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Global Greatness in Ghana – DRYWORLD Brands and Mode Basketball Continue Partnership

Ashlee Vogenthaler

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