Due to his discipline and personal development he was recruited by The Original Harlem Globetrotters, the most recognizable entertainment team in the world. Traveling the world and entertaining hundreds of thousands, Choo is recognized as one of the greatest ball handlers in the world.
Choo provides specialized basketball training to athletes of all ages. He regularly meets with corporations, organizations, politicians, civic leaders and individuals from all walks of life in hopes of continually improving communities in Baltimore and nationwide.
Examples of this include:
- May 2001 Fed 6,000 Families on Fayette Street with the Baltimore Ravens & Heaven 600
- January 2002 Mentoring for troubled children at Cross Country Elementary School
- June 2002 Guest Speaker at Deer Park Middle Commencement
- July 2003 Spoke at Camp Antrum and Performed at Wilbur Cross High School in New Haven, Conn
- June 2004 Keynote Speaker for Community Sponsored by Johns Hopkins Hospital
- June 2006 1st Annual Choo Smith Basketball Camp
- November 2007 Fundraiser & Birthday Party at Eubie Blake
- December 2008 Provided toys and food to 8 children and 4 families
- March 2009 Harlem Globetrotters honored Choo Smith
- October 2009 Mentoring Program for Middle School Students
- February 2010 and 2011 Participated in the Coat Give-a-way with the Baltimore Ravens at the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore, MD
- April 2010 Performed at the ESPN Rise National High School Invitational Championship at Coppin State University
- June 2010 Sponsored the ‘Crunch Bunch’ radio program geared towards the interest of the youth where the children conduct the interviews of celebrities and other radio guests.
- June 2010 Sponsored ‘Crunch Time’, a hour long radio talk show focusing on the challenges that face young people today.
- September 2010 Keynote speaker for Family Conference for Homicide Survivors.
- November 2010 and 2011 Read to a first grade class at Pimlico Elementary/Middle School’s “Book for Breakfast” program during American Education Week.
- December 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Participated in feeding the homeless in Baltimore City
- June 2012, 2013 and 2014 sponsored 15 kids from the Sandtown Community to attend the Choo Smith Summer Basketball Camp
- July 2012 Renovated the McAbee basketball court
- August 2012 donated items for the annual Sandtown Community Youth Basketball tournament and book bag give a-way in Baltimore, MD
- July 2013 led the shoe drive for the homeless in Baltimore, MD. Provided hundreds of shoes for the homeless men, women and children.
- July 2013 replaced the backboards at the McAbee Basketball court with new fiberglass backboards in partnership with Downtown Locker Room
- July 2014 Donated at 42″ Flat screen television to the annual Sandtown youth basketball tournament