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Sneak Peak: Photo Shoot at the Historic Butler Street YMCA

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The POINT 3 team loves hitting the hardwood. Today we didn't get to lace up our own kicks, but we were out in force at a photo shoot for some new product. 

The shoot location couldn't have been more appropriate: the historic Butler Street YMCA in downtown Atlanta. The Butler Street Y was the first YMCA in the United States to admit African-American members, and it is where Dr. Martin Luther King, Andrew Young, Vernon Jordan Jr., and John Lewis, among others, stayed during the Civil Rights Movement. The Y itself has been closed for years, but the affiliated Community Center has a sweet gym that we were able to access.

We'll have more "Behind the Scenes" content from the shoot, but here is a quick taste from this morning.

#GameOn #LiveAction #Point3 #PhotoShoot @bdotadot5 @lildshawdi @cjw3rd @n_domineck_0 @admire_my_solez @__cysstate__

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@bdotadot5 @lildshawdi @n_domineck_0 @cjw3rd warmin' up at the historic #ButlerStYMCA in downtown #Atlanta

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#Point3 #PhotoShoot @bdotadot5 #GreenFlash #NewColorway

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