Court monitor Leland Brown is transplanted back years as he holds a printout picture of his son battling for a rebound as a young tyke enjoying Hoopfest weekend. Leland, a former participant himself, was the coach in the pictures. Just seeing his son sport his old-school “Cornerstone Christian Academy” jersey holds a special place in his heart. After a brief
Calling all young artists! We need your help in decorating our backboards for Hoopfest 2017. We are excited to be teaming up with our friends at Moss Adams to bring the color of Hoopfest to the streets of Spokane. Moss Adams is sponsoring Hoopfest for its 28th consecutive year; its investment and employees play an irreplaceable role within the event.
Spokane is growing — rapidly. The development and renovation of River Park Square, Davenport Hotel, Convention Center and U-District have helped build momentum and drive energy into a flourishing Spokane. But now, Betsy Cowles, Chairman of Cowles Company, has her sights set on a new focus for Spokane. “We really need a living element to make [Spokane] a twenty-four seven
Logos, t-shirts and ads (oh my!) are just a few projects that Hoopfest needs talented designers to assist on. Earlier this year, we brought on Gaye Hallman as a volunteer designer to assist her with an internship requirement for school. “I remember first meeting Gaye and looking over the design samples she had provided for her internship interview,” says Hoopfest
The beautiful landscape of the Pacific Northwest is known for inspiring those who enjoy getting lost amongst the rivers, mountains, lakes and forests. Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann found inspiration on an early morning while fly fishing in the Gallatin River. Poffenroth and Fleischmann are the co-owners and co-founders of Dry Fly Distilling, a distillery prided on reflecting the beauty