Marlton partners with Rothman Orthopedics and Local App Developer for Youth Sports

Officials in Marlton gather for press conference about the three-way partnership for a youth sports app between the township, Rothman Orthopedics, and NextGameTime, the app developer. Rothman is underwriting the cost of providing the app to the township's sports programs. (Steve Lubetkin Photo/

EVESHAM TOWNSHIP, NJ—(SBN)—Evesham Township unveiled a three-way partnership today between the township, Rothman Orthopedic Institute, and local app developer NextGameTime that will provide a sophisticated online environment for youth sports participants, coaches and parents to monitor and share young athletes’ performance, while learning best practices in sports training to avoid orthopedic injuries.

Rothman is underwriting the costs of providing the app’s functionality to the township’s youth sports programs.

Learn more in the video news report below.

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