The BDS Agency President, Brian D. Stanchak, announced today that Dr. Dish, makers of the world’s fastest growing shooting machine, will be return as a sponsor of the Head Coach Training Center in 2017. Dr. Dish will be the sponsor of the Networking Cocktail Mixer, which will take place on Sunday, May 21st. The Head Coach Training Center is an innovative conference designed for basketball coaches who desire to become a college Head Coach or a Head Coach at a higher level. HCTC17 will be held Sunday, May 21st to Tuesday, May 23rd at Mohegan Sun Pocono Casino & Resort in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

“I could not be happier to have Dr. Dish return as a sponsor for HCTC17,” Stanchak said. “Nick Bartlett and Dr. Dish have been tremendously supportive of HCTC since the beginning and we are happy that they will play a larger role with sponsoring the Networking Cocktail Mixer in 2017. What makes this partnership truly beneficial is my sincere belief in the quality of their product.”

“The Head Coach Training Center is truly a first-class and one-of-a-kind event for anyone looking to advance their coaching career,” said Nick Bartlett, Marketing Manager for Dr. Dish. “After being a sponsor at the inaugural event in 2016, it was an easy decision for Dr. Dish to come back in a larger capacity in 2017. We’re always seeking ways to provide value to coaches beyond our shooting machines, and this event is the perfect way to support growth in the industry. We’d like to sincerely thank Brian Stanchak and The BDS Agency for the opportunity and their hospitality.”

In 2016, Dr. Dish awarded one HCTC attendee with a iC3 Basketball Shot Trainer, valued at $349.99. The winner was new SUNY Canton Head Men’s Basketball Coach, Ben Thompson, who said, “The Dr. Dish iC3 was a huge help to our program. It was very easy to use and our guys bought in to the development acceleration it provides. I would recommend it to any coach, player, or program that is looking to improve their efficiency in player development.”

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The 2017 Head Coach Training Center will teach coaches strategies to obtain a coveted college Head Coach position and be successful in that role, whether their goal is to become a Division I, II, or III Head Coach. Current Head Coaches from all levels will share stories about their individual career path to becoming a Head Coach, as well as what they learned during the search process and in the role. The HCTC will also feature Athletic Directors and other athletic administrators from all levels who will share with attendees how coaches can thrive in pursuing a Head Coach position and be successful once the position is obtained.

For more information on and to register for the Head Coach Training Center, visit