Krossover raffling-off team entry fee to Airo 7v7 tournament

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High School Football America’s partner Krossover is working with Airo 7v7 for the 2016 season! Airo puts on the biggest off-season 7 on 7 tournaments in the country. This fast-paced, high scoring variation on traditional football is a true test of skill. Highlight your passing game, develop new defensive schemes and improve on the fundamentals for next season. Airo will be in California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia this summer to bring the competition to your team. The first event takes place on May 28th in California and subsequent tournaments will happen throughout the summer. Space is limited, make sure to get your team registered right away.

This year Airo 7v7 will be adding Krossover’s professional game film breakdown to the tournaments – allowing coaches and athletes to view video clips, passing charts, tendency reports, and stats on any device. Not only will your team be competing on a national stage, but they will also have the highest level of video breakdown and analytics available after the game.

Anyone who takes a Krossover demo before April 29th will be entered for a chance to have their $599 entry fee completely covered.

See how it works by entering the raffle and taking your Krossover Demo today!

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