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Best place to get a racket strung in Northern Alberta?

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by brady6, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. brady6

    brady6 Regular Member

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    Just curious if anyone here would know.
     
  2. ghooga

    ghooga Regular Member

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    LOL...you're like the only Northern Albertan that I know who plays badminton :)
     
  3. druss

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    Not really, Grande Prairie College has a badminton team which plays in the Alberta College Athletic Conference (ACAC) which is pretty good.

    Cold Lake??? not sure, you might be stuck with a Sport Check or something... too bad.

    Maybe buy your own machine?
     
  4. arodragonr

    arodragonr Regular Member

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    Lol. North Alberta -.- so not Calgary? Hmmm. I guess u can try Edmonton. Any specialized badminton store should be able to string. Search up google, if ur coming to Calgary then just go to "what's your racket and ski". Friendly place. Do not string any decent racket with sportcheck, most of their employees can't string and will probably string it wrong as to void ur warranty
     
  5. cappy75

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    I used to go to Sweet Spot in Edmonton. They were pretty decent although they specialized in tennis and squash.
     

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