We want to gather to inspire conversation and connect with those who are pushing the needle forward and positively impacting the lives of kids in our sport. Come with old friends and leave with new ones. In a social atmosphere, we will bring together a conversation on the quiet growth of wrestling that is happening in cities across America and the related challenges. We will raise the funds necessary to improve the lives of kids in those communities.
Hosted at the Energy Innovation Center
March 22nd, Friday 4pm-6pm
Let's gather to celebrate before we head to the championship semi-finals
There are 15 million school aged youth in the United States, with only 1.3% experiencing the sport of Wrestling. In 2018 Beat the Streets programs reached 6,200 youth. We believe in the character that wrestling can develop which is why in 2018 our members supported 208 teams. Giving kids access to wrestling directly where they live; after school and in community centers. A positive mentor can have a significant impact on a child's life. We work hard to help our coaches be that mentor for the youth that step onto our Resilite mats.
This networking event and conversation on how to improve the sport is open to the public with 200 tickets available. 100% of ticket proceeds support our national movement and expanding opportunities for our cities. Please purchase tickets here.
José Valenzuela, Boston Youth Wrestling