Week-Long Camp Open to U8-U17 Boys and Girls
Bullen brings a wealth of soccer knowledge to to P90 Soccer camps (Photo by Rich Graessle)
Bloomfield, N.J. (Wednesday, August 12, 2009) – After a successful debut camp last week, Planet90 Soccer announces a second session of camp that is scheduled to run from Monday, August 17th, through Friday, August 21st. Hosted by Mary Help of Christians Academy in North Haledon, the camp will be conducted daily from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm and is open to both boys and girls aged U8-U17.
"The first Planet90 Soccer Camp was great,” Planet90 President Oral Bullen stated. “The campers went through an intense but fun week of soccer training. Once a camper can come to a Planet90 Soccer camp and learn something they did not know before the start of camp, then that tells me we have done a great job. I am really looking forward to session two of the Planet90 Soccer camp, and I hope to see you there!"
This session of camp is open to any boys or girls who are interested in improving their skills within the game of soccer. The cost of these five-day camps are only $99, and those interested can sign up 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, and Planet90 Vice President Stacyann Freckleton can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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