HAECO Extends Sponsorship of High School Basketball Tournament | HSXtra | Greensboro High School Sports







GREENSBORO – The high school basketball tournament founded as the Little 4 Invitational in 1976 is now the HAECOisHiring.com Invitation.

The title partner of the tournament, HAECO Americas, Inc., has signed a contract extension making HAECO the title partner of the holiday tournament until 2026. The 45th edition of the tournament will be held December 27-29 at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex Special Event Center. The participating schools are: Dudley, Greensboro Day, Grimsley, Northwest Guilford, Page, Ragsdale, Smith and Southeast Guilford.

“HAECO’s continued relationship with the Greensboro Sports Council is great news for our high school basketball tournament and our participating schools,” said Brett Weathersbee, President of the Greensboro Sports Council. “The key to success in any relationship is for both parties to achieve their business goals. For HAECO, that means strengthening its workforce with new talent, and for the Greensboro Sports Council, that means successfully raising funds for our participating schools. We hope this relationship will continue to be mutually beneficial for many years to come. We thank Bill Collins, John Huff, David Kelly and their teams for their continued support. “

According to a press release, “The new tournament name reflects why HAECO partnered with Greensboro Sports Council to sponsor this high school basketball tournament in 2012: The company is working hard to hire employees. qualified – the HAECOisHiring.com Invitational adds a “call to action” to the name of the event. The international aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul company plans to increase its on-site presence during the tournament to tell its story to more people attending the tournament and to encourage high school students and their families to view aviation as a potential career that could also provide the education needed to join the field. “

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