Max Eberle’s ProPoolAcademy.com Raises Money for American Junior Players

American professional pool player and preeminent Instructor Max Eberle, has just launched his new dynamic pool coaching membership website called ProPoolAcademy.com. From now through the end of the year, the former Junior National Champion will be sharing his proceeds with junior players through the Billiard Education Foundation (BEF).

Students can join the coaching site with a 3-day SILVER MEMBERSHIP $1 trial. Every dollar raised from that free trial will go directly to the BEF. Eberle will also be matching each dollar himself. Memberships after the initial trial period are only $9.95 per month. Students can save by signing up for an annual GOLD MEMBERSHIP for $99, in which $4 will go to the BEF.

Eberle is even offering a 60-day money back guarantee (excluding the funds raised to the BEF), “so players of all levels looking to improve their game have nothing to lose and everything to gain, including participating in a much needed shot in the arm to the Junior Billiards Program in the United States,” added Eberle.

The two-time National ACU-I Champion believes, “the future of pool is with the kids, and it is up to us to welcome them into the sport, nurture their development, encourage them to advance, and even show them the prospect of a promising future should they choose to pursue the sport professionally.”

Mission of the Pro Pool Academy:  To improve the skill of over one million pool players of all ages around the world.  To have PPA player members winning more pool events and match-ups than they ever have before.  To help bolster the future of the sport.  For more information, visit ProPoolAcademy.com.

The Billiard Education Foundation (billiardeducation.org) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that produces the annual Junior National Championships, provides scholarships for young players, sends junior players to the World Junior Championships and promotes Pool in School programs to encourage lifelong participants.

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