• Indoor sports training facility seeking to open in Plymouth Meeting
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    Indoor sports training facility seeking to open in Plymouth Meeting

    Max Power Sports is seeking zoning relief to open a sports training facility at 105 Lee Drive in Plymouth Meeting (Plymouth Township). The application went before Plymouth Township’s Planning Agency on August 3rd. The zoning relief being sought involves impervious coverage and parking. During the August 3rd meeting, a representative of Max Power Sports shared that the plan is to construct a 70,000-square-foot building with 116 parking spaces. The indoor facility would be used as a youth sports training facility that offers intensive instruction for volleyball, basketball, baseball, gymnastics, cheerleading, and badminton. The facility would have eight courts that would be shared between volleyball and basketball. There would also be…

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    Pittsburgh Indoor Sports Arena in Harmar offers multisport fun, events, pub and meeting space

    While former Steelers player John Banaszak was enjoying retirement, the three-time Super Bowl champion and longtime college football coach was ready to make a return to sports in his own way. He recently became president of Pittsburgh Indoor Sports Arena in Harmar. He knew the owners, Karyn and Bob Brooks, for a long time before taking on the position. ”I was bored at home and was looking for something fun to do,” he said. The facility, open since 1999, offers sports enthusiasts and athletes a plethora of activities to experience, plus a drink and a bite to eat at the PISA Pub & Cafe. The space is run by Banaszak,…

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