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Tino’s ‘Won’t Quit’ Game: Fashion, Music, and Community Resilience

Prepare for an extraordinary event curated by the inspirational artist Tino – the second annual ‘Won’t Quit’ donation basketball game. Taking place at the Fredrick Douglass Recreation Center on Saturday, December 16, from 9 AM to 5 PM, this gathering transcends the boundaries of a traditional basketball game. It’s a celebration of resilience and a rallying cry to motivate others to overcome challenges.

Reflecting on a personal journey, Tino shares, “If you had asked me three years ago if I’d be doing something like this, my answer would likely have been no.” However, a divine calling and an unwavering commitment to serve have charted the course. The mission is clear: to be a servant wherever Tino’s journey takes them, advancing the kingdom through steadfast determination.

Distinguished by its emphasis on community involvement and philanthropy, the ‘Won’t Quit’ game collaborates with organizations such as the Cleveland AIDS TaskForce, Pizza Bogo, Sub City, and numerous other esteemed sponsors. Going beyond the basketball court, this event includes a giveaway raffle and the acknowledgment of impactful individuals with 12 awards, elevating its significance.

Crucially, the event is open to all, with no entry fees, promoting inclusivity and accessibility. Attendees are encouraged to contribute by bringing donations to benefit the youth of Cleveland. This collective effort seeks to make a positive impact on the lives of children and young adults in the city.

As the ‘Won’t Quit’ game unfolds, it stands as a testament to hope and a reminder that challenges are surmountable. This year’s theme, perseverance, echoes throughout the event, inspiring participants to persist in the face of obstacles.

Tino, through Drippin Culture News, extends an invitation to join this distinctive blend of sports, community engagement, and the indomitable spirit of perseverance. Mark your calendars for December 16 and unite with us to celebrate resilience, support the youth, and leave an enduring mark on the dynamic city of Cleveland.

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