KCTL is thrilled to have been selected as a 2019 Project Play Champion at the Aspen Institute’s annual Project Play Summit in Detroit, Michigan. KCTL founder, Michael McCasland, is joining in-person with leaders from a cohort of other organizations making new, meaningful commitments in alignment with Project Play’s 8 strategies.

The Project Play Summit is the nation’s premier gathering at the intersection of youth, sports and health and KCTL is honored to both share our expertise and learn more about how our commitment impacts the broader youth sports ecosystem while connecting to the Don’t Retire Kid campaign.

Click here to learn more about Project Play’s dedication to discovering why kids are quitting sports.