Due to COVID-19, Hoop Hunter will be closed until further notice
A Note from Our Founder, Deon Hunter
Dear HHB/BBI Family & Friends:
On Tuesday, March 17th, after hearing about the impact and effects of COVID-19, we decided that it was too much of a health and safety risk to your children, family and our HHB staffers to keep our doors open, so we closed up shop and are abiding by CDC, state & local guidelines, in which they’ve now ordered all gyms to be closed.
HHB/BBI is considered a non-essential business, therefore our staff members aren’t allowed to travel to our HHB facility to work in any capacity. We respectively ask that you please pray and bear with us, as we make our way through these historically, unforeseen times.
For those participants who have paid (for a service) and who were in the middle of a program, small group and/or private training session(s), our goal is to honor & complete those training classes in a timely manner, even if we have to re-schedule some to be completed on a Saturday. In the event we must do that, you will be notified. Also, if, for some reason the CDC extends the closing of businesses beyond the time summer starts, we’ll revisit our options, and you will be notified by email.
With the closing of schools, social distancing and non-essential travel, being at home all day can become quite irritating & stressful for some and for others, very pleasant. My hope is that you find creative ways of interacting with each other (play board games, exercise, look at family pics, watch movies, go for walks & etc..) while also increasing your tolerance for one another during these times.
This too shall pass!
Prior to reopening our facility to the public, depending on CDC guidelines, we hope to host a volunteer Spring Cleaning Day, we hope you & your family considers becoming a part of this very special day!
Psalms 91:1-11 Our HHB/BBI scripture during these times.