Big Money Challenge Response

A fellow racquetball enthusiast posted a challenge about what should be done with a large sum of money to best improve, support, sustain, and grow the sport. His challenge came with a Go Fund Me, asking for $100,000, with no specificity on how he would spend that money (in any way, shape, or form). He … Continue reading Big Money Challenge Response

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Facebook Plan For City/State/Regional Associations

On August 11th, USA Racquetball published an article about the Illinois State Racquetball Association. Their social media changes and plans were part of that article.—IL I made a post on Facebook that got some reaction about how I felt that their goal wasn’t going to be met by their strategy. In addition, the goal … Continue reading Facebook Plan For City/State/Regional Associations

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Rebuilding Courts In Mississippi

There is a group that is looking to rebuild two racquetball courts in Mississippi. The flooring and glass front walls are already in place. They need to rebuild the wall separating the space back into two courts (taken down previously to make one large space) and to redo the front and side wall panels. What … Continue reading Rebuilding Courts In Mississippi

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Make An Impact For Racquetball This Fall

Where is the possibility to make the biggest impact on the game currently? USA Racquetball Instructor certification and insurance (and SafeSport vetting) taken to college courts. Every community college and university that I have lived next to has “adult continuing education”. If that college or university has racquetball courts, then a certified and insured instructor … Continue reading Make An Impact For Racquetball This Fall

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Save Our Courts

The LA Fitness locations in Florida have filled their racquetball courts with equipment (first day post COVID-19 reopening). When asked when the courts will reopen for racquetball: at one south Florida facility, the manager was quoted as “it may be permanent”. at another north Florida facility, the front desk was quoted as “per CDC guidelines, … Continue reading Save Our Courts

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