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An entrepreneurial, pickleball-playing couple and a group of private investors have signed a lease with May | Riegler Properties for 15,000 square feet of space at 9179 Red Branch Road in Columbia, MD. As a result, Dill Dinkers, the first dedicated indoor pickleball facility in Howard County, will open this fall.
Fox 5 News, North Bethesda Joins Pickleball Craze with Newly Opened Space
Indoor Active Brands, the platform company that operates and franchises more than 80 Altitude Trampoline Parks worldwide, is getting into the pickleball business with the launch of a new family entertainment concept called The Pickle Pad.
The indoor pickleball playground will feature a full-service restaurant and bar, along with more than 20 gaming options in a designated social area on the second level, said Mike Rotondo, CEO of Indoor Active Brands, a portfolio company of NRD Capital…
The 16,500 square foot space will include six courts, bathrooms, private event space, a pro shop, a ball machine, a state-of-the-art reservation system, and a wide variety of programming, including open play, clinics, classes, lessons, and leagues. The shop will be open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. weekly.
Spearheading the expansion of the Dill Dinkers club in the southern region are the husband-and-wife duo, Karen and Brian Birdy, the brand’s first regional developers. As established owners of PMI Birdy Properties, a three-generation family business with a deep-rooted reputation, they are well-suited for their roles as regional developers of Dill Dinkers in San Antonio.
Dill Dinkers™ Enters Two New Territories with 10-Unit Regional Development Deals for Coastal South Carolina and Connecticut
The brothers, Scott Johnson, Max Johnson, Zach Larichiuta, and Dr. Wayne Johnson are a team composed of two mortgage lenders, an engineer, and a physician, who are dedicated to bringing indoor pickleball to their communities..
A pair of brothers who grew up in Connecticut are hoping to open 10 Dill Dinkers pickleball venues in their home state, with two more in the family to lead an expansion in South Carolina where they live today..
Manassas, Virginia (July 2023) – Dill Dinkers, the leading provider of dedicated indoor pickleball in Maryland, has signed a 10-year lease with Spinoso Real Estate Group for its first location, Manassas Mall. The facility will be located at 8300 Sudley Road, Manassas, VA 20109, in spaces A3 and A4, across from Autobahn Indoor Speedway, and is scheduled to open in early 2024.
The Maryland-based pickleball concept has struck a regional development deal with former physical education teacher Mandy Cash, along with her parents, John and Donna Sieverts..
Indoor pickleball concept Dill Dinkers expects to open its first location in the Charlotte market in the first half of 2024..
Spearheading the franchise initiative in the nation’s capital are highly regarded business partners, Travis Andrews and Jonathan Boateng, who are committed to empowering and supporting entrepreneurs as franchisees, in establishing thriving Dill Dinkers state-of-the-art facilities and spreading the joy of pickleball. Possessing a background in technology, cybersecurity, and infrastructure architecture to form comprehensive solutions tailored towards government entities and large-scale institutions in both the public and private sectors, Andrews and Boateng take on ownership of Dill Dinkers in the region through an engineering lens.
Another new player has emerged in the pickleball space, and the married owners of one of the latest franchise concepts believe there’s plenty of room for them to play in the country’s fastest-growing participation sport.
Two local businessmen, Travis Andrews and Jonathan Boateng, have partnered up to take the Dill Dinkers pickleball brand to Washington, D.C. The duo have signed a regional development deal with Dill Dinkers to open five indoor pickleball facilities in the District over the next five years…
Dill Dinkers Celebrates First Anniversary with Explosive Growth: 65 Locations Under Development Nationwide
Made by pickleball players for pickleball players, founders, and co-owners, Will and Denise Richards discovered it was hard for them and their friends to find court time, especially in the winter. Succumbed by a lack of programming and professional court space they opened Dill Dinkers in November of 2022 in Columbia, Maryland. In less than a year, the brand has opened four corporate locations in Maryland with a club in Manassas, Virginia set to open in early 2024.
Have you heard of Pickleball? In all likelihood, someone you know—whether it be an older relative trying to stay active or your friend who found a fast-paced paddle sport with a social element—has either told you about it or asked for you to come play.
I hope you imbibed as much of the autumn atmosphere as I did this weekend. Autumn cocktails, hikes in the hills, maple-infused coffees and some Halloween movies have me dreading next weekend’s warmer temperatures.
Dill Dinkers, founded by avid pickleball players and husband-and-wife duo, Will and Denise Richards, who were determined to find a solution to the woes of outdoor pickleball by transforming America’s most favored sport into a year-round phenomenon…
Dozens of Dill Dinkers courts are coming to three cities across the country. Read on for more about the Howard County company’s expansion plans.
Dozens of Dill Dinkers courts are coming to three cities across the country. Read on for more about the Howard County company’s expansion plans…
Born on the East Coast, Dill Dinkers Pickleball has quickly risen in the indoor pickleball industry with continuous praise for its fun, welcoming and pickleball player friendly environment. As a sport and recreation industry trailblazer, Dill Dinkers has captured the hearts of pickleball players from across the country, regardless of skill level, through its vision to spread the joy of pickleball to all.
A Maryland-based company looking to take a bigger swing at the booming pickleball business is expanding
westward, and it’s struck a deal for the development of several new indoor facilities in the San Antonio market.
East Coast-based indoor pickleball chain Dill Dinkers will open at least 20 clubs in the San Antonio area over the next six years, according to the company.
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and Dill Dinkers will hold the grand opening of its second Montgomery County location in Rockville, just six miles away from its recently opened North Bethesda location, on Monday, September 25th. The Rockville facility is located at 40-C Southlawn Court, next to ZavaZone and near the Sportsplex and Ice Arena…
Unless you’ve been off the grid, you’ve probably noticed the swell in pickleball play. I, too, am part of that wave. But last night, my undefeated VOLO pickleball squad (4-0) lost a nail-biter in three sets, thus demoting us to defeated status (4-1)..
Columbia-based Dill Dinkers Pickleball has partnered with Strategic Factory, a single-point provider for printing, signage, branding and marketing. The integrated collaboration comes as Dill Dinkers continues to experience exponential franchise growth.
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