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We wanted to introduce an all-new intimate discussion style event designed to motivate, uplift, and spark forward thinking here in Philadelphia—and that is what we did at our first edition to The Inspire Series. Starting off with our good friend, author, poet, and overall entrepreneur Alex Elle, this event was a success. Judging from the crowds response and checking the hashtag #TheInspireSeries, the event served its purpose of making people feel inspired and rejuvenated—and that is the goal Yusuf of Veteran Freshman and K.R.T. set out to achieve. Each edition will host a different guest speaker from varying career field including, but not limited to: authors, philanthropists, fashion icons, film makers, and poets having candid conversations about life, success, business, branding, and love.
We teamed up with our good friends over at Veteran Freshman to introduce an all new intimate discussion style event designed to motivate, uplift, and spark forward thinking called the “Inspire” series. Each edition will host a different guest speaker from authors, philanthropists, fashion influencers, film makers, poets, etc–having candid conversations about life, success, business, branding, and love.
Fashion and basketball are some of the leading trends in the urban community, so why not create something special for the two to coexist? Every year, Kings Rule Together hosts a ‘Tees Vs. Tanks’ brand basketball tournament for both established and upcoming brands. This event is not only a great networking outlet, but also creates an opportunity for the brands to showcase their craft in a competitive yet friendly environment- the basketball court.
” Three times a charm”
Kings Rule Together is proud to announce that we will be hosting our 3rd Annual Tees vs Tanks 3×3 Basketball Tournament on June 21st. The legacy continues at Parkside Evans Playground located at 53rd and Parkside in West Philadelphia from 12pm-4pm.
“A Circus of Like Minds”
I remember like it was yesterday, the first time I visited the Brooklyn circus store back in 2011. Since then I have built an organic relationship with Ouigi, Gabe, and some members the BKc staff. We also had the pleasure of showing the guys a bit of what Philly had to offer on a couple of occasions.