Robby Glantz Power Skating
Slots for these camps are located throughout the nation during the 2013 season. Robby Glantz is providing DTBL with 1 free slot per camp so get your submission form in now before the free slots are gone.
The Robby Glantz Power Skating supports DTBL by providing hockey camps for military children.
"At Robby Glantz Hockey, whether you are Power Skating or Stickhandling/Checking we will teach the foundations and fundamentals for how to SKATE FASTER!...and HOW to handle the puck and give and take proper and powerful checks...and that these skills will take players to the NEXT LEVEL OF CONFIDENCE..."
Robby Glantz Hockey School, based out of Sherman Oaks, California, has over 175 Power Skating Programs across North America. In 2011 they provided slots for DTBL military children in Plymouth, MN. In 2012, slots were provided across the nation.
1. Go to the Robby Glantz website to see if there is a camp near you. Write down the # (number) of the camp. (You can just select from the list at the bottom of the form on this page, however if you want to see what ages and type of camp they are offering you will need to go to the Robby Glantz web site. The submission form below only has the location and date.)
2. Return to this page and fill out the submission form. At the bottom of the submission form are the #'s of the camps. Select your camp by it's number.
3. If you qualify and there is a slot available for the location you selected, you will be emailed a certificate to use when signing up on the Robby Glantz website.
Contact email@example.com with any questions regarding camps.
The submission form below is only for Robby Glantz camps. Register to get your coupon code for these free camps. Hurry, they fill up fast! Only 1 free slot is available for each camp.
All questions with a * must be answered in order for submission to be sent to DTBL. If all required questions were answered, then you would be taken to a thank you page after hitting submit. If you remain on this page after hitting submit, then you will need to check your application for unanswered questions and resubmit.