BATON ROUGE – Marucci Sports announced last fall that a new Marucci Clubhouse site would be opening in Austin. They have now been open since last October 2019.
“Austin is an area that prides itself on developing top notch baseball and softball players as the weather is perfect for year-round training,” Marucci Co-Founder and CEO Kurt Ainsworth said. “The Marucci Clubhouse will be another way players can continue to improve their game with an indoor training location as well as access to a specialty retail store.”
Marucci Clubhouse Austin is housed inside a 13,000-square-foot, climate-controlled indoor facility. The inside features seven cages, a bullpen and a 24/7 member area and lounge with TVs, couches, private offices and a business center.
Marucci Clubhouse Austin provides customers with the full Marucci Experience, including a retail shop filled exclusively with Marucci and Victus products that customers can learn about and purchase directly from Marucci’s seasoned staff. Consumers also have opportunities to demo new products, test new innovations and purchase products first.
The facility is located at 11160 Circle Drive. This will be one of multiple Marucci Clubhouse locations opening within a year, joining Lafayette, Midwest and Orlando. There are currently 3 Marucci Clubhouse sites in Louisiana, located in Baton Rouge and Covington and now Austin.
Stay up to date by visiting the Marucci Clubhouse website or following Marucci Clubhouse Austin on Twitter and Instagram @Clubhouse_atx.
Based in Baton Rouge, Marucci was founded by two former Big Leaguers and their athletic trainer who began handcrafting bats for some of the best players in the game from their garage in 2004. Fast forward to today, that dedication to quality and understanding of players’ needs has turned Marucci into an All-American success story. Today, Marucci is the Number One bat in the Big Leagues.
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