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7 Jan 2014

Introducing...Leo the AAU Lion!

Introducing...Leo the AAU Lion!

We love to interact with our members and hear about your AAU experiences. The social media team at the AAU is always trying to come up with new ways to keep our members active in the AAU, whether it be with contests like Free Stuff Friday, or videos like Planet AAU. With that said, we are very excited to introduce you to Leo the AAU Lion! 

Leo is available to all of our members, from youth athletes to non-athletes. All you have to do is click the link below to create your very own Leo the AAU Lion! 

Simply print him out and color him whatever colors you’d like. After getting your parents’ permission, cut him out and take him with you wherever you go! He’s a great travel buddy to AAU tournaments and on long car rides. 

Make sure you snap a picture of him wherever you take him and share it with us! Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter @TheRealAAU

Post your pictures with the hashtag Leo the AAU Lion so EVERYONE can see where YOUR Leo has been! 

To create YOUR very own Leo, CLICK HERE!



 

 

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