Metroplex Select Youth Foundation
Rating: 1 stars 1 1 review 446
1808 Industrial Blvd Colleyville TX 76034 USA
The metroplex select youth foundation is committed to providing all youth with the highest quality of team experience and education, while participating in sports. Metroplex select offers both boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 18 a variety of sports and academic opportunities.
Metroplex select youth foundation allows children to participate in football camps and competition around the dallas fort worth area. Children are provided instruction, coaching, and equipment. They are given the opportunity to play on various game fields exposing them to real football experiences that prepare them for college and other career opportunities with the sports field.
summer academy provides students ages 4-17 the opportunity to develop both academically and physically. Student receive instruction in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math. Agility, endurance, health and nutrition are developed during the physical education component. Students are served breakfast, lunch and snack monday-friday while they attend metroplex select summer academy. Students are also taken on field .
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Do Not do business with these people. They ordered trophies from my shop for 2 years and the first year, Larry did not pay me for 9 months. He kept giving me excuses that he was out of town and didn't have his card with him, Ejay was going to handle it, etc. He didn't pay till he wanted to place an order again. In 2010, they place another order and I gave them the benifit of the doubt (stupid me) and accepted their excuses of why they kept from paying the invoice up front till I had no choice but to order parts for their order, even though they were stalling on payment or risk not having the product ready on time. Ejay called me while he was on his way to pick up the trophies and said he had forgotten the company check and Larry was on aplane so he couldn't get authorization to use a credit card. I refused to release the order without payment and even offered to come in on a day we are usually closed to accomodate them if he was able to get the check or aproval to use a card. They stiffed me for a $1400 order and because of how they acted I have a feeling they were intending to pick up the awards and not pay for them. I STILL have these sitting in my shop and I cannot send them back to the vendor because they are no longer in the packaging because they have been assembled. I feel bad for the kids most of all because I'm not sure if they recieved anything for their hard work. I should have been smarted and not trusted them with their track record. Vendors BEWARE!
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