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Any new badminton gyms to open in Orange County, CA?

Discussion in 'USA West' started by dtzuang, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. dtzuang

    dtzuang Regular Member

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    Just wondering if anyone might know of any planned openings- would like to see if there are any other options besides OCBC. If not, the OC could use more gyms (kinda like whats going on in Northern California!)
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    did ocbc announce plans to expand or something? I know that other facilities are expanding...
     
  3. dtzuang

    dtzuang Regular Member

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    nope didnt hear anything about ocbc expanding. actually wondering if new gyms were opening to provide competition (and lower prices) while also providing additional places to play.
     
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    There's a couple dedicated clubs to play at in SoCal, including LABC, which just opened fairly recently. SGVBC, ABC, and OCBC are the others.
     
  5. dtzuang

    dtzuang Regular Member

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    thx

    ive actually been to a few of those in the LA county area- was just hoping someone had some info about any potential places in the orange county area (irvine, costa mesa, fountain valley, etc) that weren't just community clubs (like the irvine chinese badminton group) or based at high schools.
    very surprised no one is trying to expand to that area! clubs are poppin up like wildflowers here in n. cal!
     

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