First Session of Soccer Camps to Start Monday
Bullen launched Planet90 Soccer earlier this year (Photo by Rich Graessle)
Bloomfield, N.J. (Sunday, August 2, 2009) – Planet90 Soccer formally announces today that they will be hosting a pair of soccer camps that will take place during the month of August. Hosted by Mary Help of Christians Academy in North Haledon, both camps will be conducted from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm with the first session occurring this Monday through Friday, and the second camp will take place from August 17-21.
"I am excited about the opportunity Planet90 Soccer has been given to run its first official soccer camp,” company President Oral Bullen commented. “Mary Help of Christians Academy has been tremendous to Planet90 Soccer, and I would like to personally thank them for allowing us to use their facilities for our camps. Being a professional player has been great, but nothing is more exciting than passing all you have learned down to those younger then you. Coaching the great game of soccer is amazing, and I encourage everyone to look out for more exciting events coming from Planet90 Soccer this year and the next."
Both of the Planet90 Soccer camps are open to all girls who are interested in improving their skills within the game. The cost of these five-day camps are only $99, and those interested can sign up today for the camps today by visiting the “Soccer Camps” link on the Planet90 Soccer website at www.planet90soccer.com. Walk-up registration will also be accepted on the first day of camps for anyone that is unable to sign up online. For any additional information regarding either of the camps, Bullen can be reached by calling 503-752-4512 or via email at email@example.com.
Bullen, the lead instructor of the Planet90 Soccer camps, has been a professional soccer player for the past four years and most recently played with the New Jersey Ironmen. After a decorated career at MLK High School in Manhattan that saw him take NYC Player of the Year accolades in 2001 while also winning three high school championships, he received a scholarship to UMass and captained the Minutemen during both his junior and senior seasons. He has played professionally since receiving his degree in Amherst on both the indoor and outdoor fronts. His company, Planet90 Soccer, takes a unique and self-fulfilling approach to their training methods in hopes of creating well-rounded soccer players and overall individuals.
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