HBCU All-Stars joined forces with Reveal Suits in giving basketball players the all-star treatment. The partnership will provide HBCU's 24 players with free suits, as well as prepare them for interviews and community events that'll take place during NCAA Final Four weekend.
A former HBCU athlete himself, Reveal Suits Founder and CEO Carlton Dixon applauds this historic event, saying that the partnership with the organization will give him the chance to bring his talents to the table.
"I am honored to be able to add to the overall player experience," Dixon said.
The HBCU All-Stars Game was launched by HBCU All-Stars LLC Founder and CEO Travis L. Williams in 2019. According to Williams, he wanted to create a space for Black athletes and coaches to receive more recognition and exposure from sports organizations, universities, and the media.
"Having partners like Reveal Suits believe in our vision only furthers our mission and fuels the confidence in our players," Williams said.
The HBCU All-Star Game will take place on Sunday, April 3 at the UNO Lakefront Arena. CBS will broadcast the game at 4 p.m. ET.