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Eastern Exposure Premiere Invite

This seems to be more of an anyone can pay and go if you're from a certain birth year...but some people traveled far for it.

Looks like its practices/games that occur over a 3 day period with coaches from schools in the area.

https://www.thepremierinvite.com/en/page/venue.html

$485.00 for 3 days

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90 views and no responses...hmm

Re: Eastern Exposure Premiere Invite

MM = moneymaker….dude is red hot…tourneys attracting the best teams in the country and getting crazy 2014 parents to spend money on a combine is legendary stuff.

Re: Eastern Exposure Premiere Invite

Looks like MM saved some money on the fancy jerseys this year. Elite for sure.

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Only dude that charges gate fees for tournaments justifying it with unkept promises of a well run event. Meanwhile games missing refs, parents having to run the clock…

Re: Eastern Exposure Premiere Invite

Like everything else. Started out good, but average talent going now.

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Anon
Like everything else. Started out good, but average talent going now.
A coach got his hands on the 9 and 10 group and that ruined those age groups for MM

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Anon
Anon
Like everything else. Started out good, but average talent going now.
A coach got his hands on the 9 and 10 group and that ruined those age groups for MM
What coach

Re: Eastern Exposure Premiere Invite

The western exposure is the one you want to be at. No invites just a secret handshake to get in. Or just pay and they will let you in

What's the Point of This?

What is the point of this for 9 and 10 year olds? Is this for prep recruiting, which seems bonkers if it is. These kids can be dumb as rocks, burn out on hockey by crazy parents who sign them up for this stuff, get injured, not grow once they hit puberty, etc... Is this actually a recruiting tool at this age or is this just to supplement parents' social media on non-tourney weekends?