Ace Pickleball Club to Expand in Michigan as Part of National Rollout

Ace Pickleball Club, an operator of indoor pickleball facilities, is expanding with more than 50 franchise locations throughout the United States, including one in the Detroit/Ann Arbor area. An exact location was not released.
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The Detroit-Ann Arbor area will be the home to a new pickleball arena from the Ace Pickleball Club, a national franchise. // Photo courtesy of Ace Pickleball Club

Ace Pickleball Club, an operator of indoor pickleball facilities, is expanding with more than 50 franchise locations throughout the United States, including one in the Detroit/Ann Arbor area. An exact location was not released.

Other franchises will be opening in Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

Pickleball has been named America’s fastest growing sport and Ace Pickleball Club, which launched franchising in February, states it is now the fastest growing pickleball franchise in the world.

Pickleball combines elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong, creating a unique experience for players of all ages and skill levels. According to the SFIA, demand for pickleball courts is going to require $900 million in construction and over 25,000 new courts.

Ace Pickleball Club seeks to grow the sport by attracting new players and providing enthusiasts of all skill levels access to a community, optimal playing conditions, and opportunities for growth.

The company looks to operate in available flex and retail big box spaces across the country to provide indoor courts for year-round play in optimal playing conditions.

Ace Pickleball Club has a streamlined membership pricing model, available premium courts, and opportunities to learn, compete, and socialize with other players.

The company hosts an active schedule of clinics, leagues, camps, and tournaments and offers free pickleball 101 clinics which teach the fundamentals of the game to anyone willing to learn.

“Our goal is to make pickleball accessible to everyone, from beginners looking to try something new to experienced players seeking top-notch facilities,” says Brianne Carter, COO of Ace Pickleball. “We’ve carefully selected our new locations to ensure that we can cater to the diverse needs of pickleball enthusiasts nationwide.”

The company expects to open a minimum of five new clubs by the end of 2023 and more than 40 new clubs by the end of 2024.

For more on Ace Pickleball Club, visit AcePickleballClub.com.