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Posted on: January 5, 2022

Point Broadband presents a check for $100,000 for new pickleball courts

Taylor Nipper and Al McCambry of Point Broadband present Mayor Gary Fuller, Sam Bailey and Jim Young

At the Opelika City Council Meeting on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, Point Broadband presented the City of Opelika a check for $100,000 to support the construction of the 12 new pickleball courts at the Opelika Pickleball Facility. 

Construction of the new courts is currently taking place adjacent to the 12 existing courts and will feature a large canopy covering, 12 individually fenced courts and LED lighting. The 12 new courts will be known as the Point Broadband Pickleball Facility. 

Pictured in photo: Jim Young, President of the Opelika Pickleball Club, Sam Bailey, Director of Opelika Parks and Recreation, Mayor Gary Fuller, Al McCambry, General Manager of Point Broadband and Taylor Nipper, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Point Broadband.

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