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Numotion Foundation Continues Support of National Wheelchair Basketball Association

In April of this year, the Numotion Foundation continued its support of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association and its athletes by sponsoring the 2024 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

The event, held on April 13th in Richmond, VA was historic in that its inductee class honored all female athletes for the first time in NWBA history. Dave Kiley, Chairman of the NWBA Hall of Fame provided the following impact story:

“The 2024 NWBA Hall of Fame Ceremony was simply our best yet to date. This was our second year teaming up with the Numotion Foundation as a sponsor/partner of the ceremony.

In 2023, the Numotion Foundation helped the Hall of Fame committee deliver over 50 Hall of Fame rings and blazers to existing HOF members. The Numotion Foundation chose to support this event and its contribution allowed the HOF committee and myself the ability to implement a quality induction ceremony.

2024 was historical in the fact that for the very first time in the history of the NWBA, an all-female class was inducted. For decades, women have been underrepresented in the nomination and induction process. However, we changed that in 2024. As part of the evening’s festivities, John Doleva, President and CEO of the Naismith Hall of Fame provided our capacity crowd of over 200 at the Virginia War Memorial Coliseum a personal message congratulating the class of 2024 – Cheryl Vines (50 years of service to the NWBA), USA World Championship player/professor, Andrea Woodson-Smith, and Gold medalist player/professor, Darlene Hunter.

The Numotion Foundation is a valued partner of the NWBA Hall of Fame. We could not have done this without your generous support. Please keep up the great work!”

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