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RecCheck, your mobile app for organizing and discovering local pickup games

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Posted: March 23, 2014 at 10:49 am   /   by   /   comments (0)


Kevin Justin Hernandez, the CEO & Co-Founder of RecCheck, a mobile app for organizing and discovering local pickup games joins Entrepreneurial Fit Radio.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Kevin Justin Hernandez discuss the following:

  • Why did you start your company RecCheck?
  • How did you figure out that this was a problem and how do you know people want to use your service?
  • How did you get into a program like Draper University?
  • What lesson stood out to you the most while you attended Draper University?
  • What do you think about the effect that technology is having on the way we play sports and exercise?

Duration: 6:36

As a huge sports enthusiast, Kevin Hernandez prefers to spend his time outside and meeting people through a game of basketball, football, or soccer.  As a Bay Area native, Kevin grew up rooting for the SF Giants, SF 49ers, and the Golden State Warriors.

Kevin graduated Magna Cum Laude from Arizona State University in the Spring of 2013 where he majored in Entrepreneurship and Design Studies.  Kevin also graduated as a Super Hero from Draper University in the Fall of 2013.  Upon graduating from Draper University, Kevin founded RecCheck in the hopes of changing the way pickup games are organized and played everywhere.

Prior to starting RecCheck, Kevin was the first employee at NestGSV, an incubator located in the Silicon Valley.  As an undergrad Kevin also worked at EDSON @ASU, which is an incubator located in Scottsdale that works directly with entrepreneurs at Arizona State University.

If you’d like to challenge Kevin to a one on one challenge or have any questions for him you can contact him at


Web Site:
Twitter: @RecCheckApp & @KevinJustin

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