Extra Innings Leads Off With First Pennsylvania Franchise
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Extra Innings Leads Off With First Pennsylvania Franchise

May 12, 2008 // Franchising.com // - Middleton, MA: Philly fanatics will soon welcome a new kind of game to the area. Extra Innings, America's leader of indoor baseball and softball training centers, is taking its game to Northeast Philadelphia. Continuing its nationwide expansion, the Middleton, Massachusetts based franchise company announced the signing of its first franchise agreement in the state of Pennsylvania.

Extra Innings is expected to open later this fall in the Bensalem area. The new facility will showcase 13,000 square feet providing optimal space for all around baseball or softball training needs.

"I am thrilled to bring this exciting concept to the area," noted Mike Gospodarek, co-owner of the new Extra Innings. "To provide an outlet like this for all local ballplayers is something I am really looking forward to as we get ready to open our doors."

Extra Innings Training Centers are unique in the marketplace. Each facility, regardless of size, offers year-round practice facilities for ballplayers of all ages and ability levels, professional instruction, and a nationally recognized Pro Shop that carries the top brands of baseball and softball equipment and apparel available today.

About Extra Innings Franchise Company:

Founded in 1996 and based in Middleton, MA, Extra Innings provides practice facilities, professional instruction, and a nationally recognized Pro Shop to baseball and softball players of all ages and ability levels. Extra Innings Franchise Company is committed to providing these same opportunities and services to ballplayers across the country with its franchise initiative.

Extra Innings currently has 35 locations open nationwide. Additional locations are set to open soon in New Jersey, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Texas and Washington in 2008. For more information, visit www.extrainnings.us.

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