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Jam On It Reno Memorial Day Tournament
Reno-Sparks Convention Center May 29, 2010 - May 31, 2010
The Jam On It Reno Memorial Day event has turned in to the world’s premier basketball tournament with over 500 teams will be playing on 40 plus courts. Most of the games will be played inside of the Reno - Sparks Convention Center while others will be played at the Grand Sierra Hotel. "I cannot believe we out grew the Reno Convention Center" say Matt Williams - Tournament Founder and Director. The Reno Jam On It Memorial Day tournament has attracted teams from around the county. This year’s tournament will feature teams from California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Illinois, New York, Texas, Idaho, Nevada and Canada.
The event is attractive because of the "All Under One Roof" atmosphere as well as the fact that the event operators run a good event. Teams are regularly coming back to the tournament. We have some of the most competitive teams as well as true recreational teams playing in the tournament. Teams area able to choose their level of competition. Over 150 top officials for Reno, Sacramento, San Francisco, Oakland, Stockton, Las Vegas, and Arizona annually attend the tournament.
The Reno Jam On It tournament also features a vendor/ sponsors area filled with bounces houses, basketball courts, merchandise and education booths. What an Atmosphere! AAU Clubs that have multiple teams enjoy Reno because they get a chance to be around each other. The Jam On It Reno Memorial Day Event is the National Championship for most teams. We treat the tournament like a National Championship. All teams are required to provide proof of AAU Memberships and grade/Age documents. Coaches check their teams in on Friday at Scheels sporting goods store which is located in Sparks.
The Tournament has a strict deadline of April 24. We look forward to having teams come to Reno and play in the best tournament in the world.