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CJPB, Inc Professional Mixed Gender Sports Organization

Organized by: Kyle Humphrey

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My name is Kyle Humphrey and I am the New York Regional General Manager for a Professional Mixed Gender Sports Organization founded by Dr John Howard Jr currently named Centerjumpproball (CJPB). Last year the CJPB organized "The World's Original and First Professional Co-Ed Basketball League" which played the majority of its games in the Hudson Valley of New York and consisted of teams ranging from Troy and Berkshire to Montclair, NJ. The following is the intellectual property of myself, Kyle Humphrey and the CJPB and any attempt to use the following information without the consent of me, Kyle Humphrey or Dr John Howard Jr will result in legal ramifications: I have been given permission to give insight into some of the behind the scenes focus of the CJPB in hopes of creating a network of interested followers and much needed capital for expansion. The CJPB is looking to be an umbrella corporation into various types of mixed gender sports globally. The organization is staying away from gender competition and instead promoting mixed gender team sports (example being no singles tennis but instead doubles with each team being composed of a man and a woman). With licenses currently granted in Florida and New York and exhibitions being put on nationally the CJPB will move to any area where enough interest is being generated. Dr Howard has already done some logos for numerous sports like soccer, volleyball, and softball for example but I do not have his permission to share them at this time. My experiences as a basketball player and coach in the league this past summer were extremely enjoyable. I have played and coached on men's basketball teams as well as been a practice player for the Rutgers Women's team in college so I have seen both sides of men's and women's basketball. In CJPB's league having each team composed of both men and women playing at the same time created match up strategies and defensive spacing/recovery that were not identical to either men's or women's basketball specifically. The concept of playing as a team remained the same and I think personally from a societal standpoint it broke down a lot of the gender stereotypes that men and women can't coexist in competitive situations. The CJPB does not see itself in competition with men's or women's professional sports leagues nor is it opposed to working with any uni-gender sports league. The CJPB can harmoniously exist as its own form of unique sports entertainment. One of the ideas that I specifically have brought to the table is teaming up with Junior Colleges around the nation to base the professional sports league teams out of. This way the owners of the team can give back to the local community by adding funding to the Junior College recreation center and other sports facilities which will benefit countless individuals in that area. Money is necessary for any idea to grow so please contribute to the cause and spread the news on our behalf. With any questions or concerns please contact me. My email is


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