Hip-Hop Chess Federation Seeks Brand Alliance in 2009 Urban/Extreme Event

Hello, My name is Adisa Banjoko. I am the CEO of the Hip-Hop Chess Federation. (HHCF). Our organization fuses music, chess and martial arts to promote unity strategy and non-violence to American youth of all backgrounds. On February 28th 2009 in San Francisco, some of the worlds best known rappers, chess masters and martial artists will gather for the HHCF Chess Kings Invitational.

RZA from Wu-Tang Clan, GZA, Chess icon and author Josh Waitzkin (the movie Searching for Bobby Fischer is about his life), DJ QBert, Rakaa from Dilated Peoples, MMA fighter Ralek Gracie, UFC Fighters Jeff Monson, Rich Franklin and many others are on board for a fantastic celebrity chess tournament, Hip-Hop Dance and DJ Battles and Grappling exhibitions.

Our events are covered by countless press outlets that include, but is not limited to New York Times, XXL Magazine, SF Chronicle, Allhiphop.com, Current TV, BET, MTV, The Wake Up Show, KMEL Radio, KPFA Radio, KPIX News, NBC 11, ESPN and Howard Stern among others. We expect approximately 1,000 kids and parents in the building.

Sponsoring and HHCF event guarantees no less than 3 million impressions for your brand. Our demographic is a tech savvy, group from the urban and extreme sports demographic. They come to our events texting, myspace, friendster and twitter fanatics who post frequently on youtube and other Web 2.0 networks. We also have a coveted HHCF belt that gets photographed and reposted all over the planet. One lucky sponsor will be able to have their company’s brand co-branded on the belt!! Please click the link below and see what the power of being an HHCF Brand Ally can get your company. In a time where you want to be accurate in your spending your branding dollars. Working with the HHCF is a sure way to know you made the right move.



Adisa BanjokoCEO408.449.9810 Direct 877.208.5758 ext 10 Office

Media ContactMeko Gaborski323.335.4497 Direct 877.208.5758 ext 8 Office

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