Lubbock, Texas, will soon be home to a new, 60,000-square-foot facility, Lubbock Indoor Courts, LLC, which will host sporting events and other activities for the community and surrounding areas. During Tuesday morning’s groundbreaking, the team from Lubbock Indoor Courts revealed renderings and blueprints for the new facility, which will be located just north of 82nd Street and Marsha Sharp Freeway. Completion is expected in November 2013.
With eight basketball courts and up to 10 volleyball courts, the new building will have the capacity to host large sporting tournaments such as volleyball and basketball and accommodate multiple classes, camps or clinics for various sports. Around 26,000 square feet of the facility can also be used to host nonsporting events including conventions, trade shows, reunions, birthday parties and more.
“Our goal is to provide Lubbock and the surrounding communities with a high-quality, Christian-based, indoor facility, focusing on activities for individuals of all ages,” Scott and Tressa Adams, co-owners of Lubbock Indoor Courts, LLC, said.
As with many sports facilities, Lubbock Indoor Courts will offer a full-service concession area consisting of traditional concession food as well as healthy options that include deli sandwiches, grilled chicken and fruit smoothies. The plans also include a pro shop containing sports apparel for purchase as well as a T-shirt press for customizing individual gear. In addition, there will be a meeting room which will serve as a lounge area for players and family members to relax between games or as an additional area for nonsporting events.
“We are excited that our facility will host any event, sporting or otherwise that can benefit from the large space we offer,” Scott and Golden Nettles, co-owners of Lubbock Indoor Courts, LLC, said. “Along with the event opportunity, our goal as owners is to help build teamwork and support for our patrons.”
The new facility will create additional opportunities for sporting events and tournaments to be held in Lubbock on a larger scale.
“We continue to notice that sports planners want to come to Lubbock to host their tournaments,” Scott Harrison, director of Lubbock Sports, said. “The more facilities Lubbock can house, the better chance we have to bring in outside events and tournaments that positively impact our local economy.”
For more information about the facility, please contact Tressa Adams at email@example.com and 806-549-4469 or Golden Nettles at firstname.lastname@example.org and 806-789-4890.