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Reframe-the-World Productions, Highlights SWC Owner, Samantha Stukes for Youth Program in El Paso

Southwest Cats Owner, Samantha Stukes, has been a pillar to the youth in her community and was recognized by People Magazine and Arm & Hammer for it. She was featured in the September, October, and November issues of People Magazine as Arm & Hammer released their "Thank You Coach" campaign.


Stukes is the Founder of Bonafide Basketball, a non-profit youth basketball organization. Since the first graduating class in 2014 to 2020, Bonafide has had 34 graduates. Of those 34, 28 have gone on to utilize their basketball talents to play at the collegiate level, three received full-academic scholarships, and the other three went on to join the military to serve our country.


We asked our owner how she felt about this accomplishment and she replied, "It is humbling. The kids work so hard and knowing they are going into the next stages of life prepared to conquer anything in their way, it just makes you proud to have been a part of their early journey."


Click the link to check out the Director's Cut feature:

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