Sunland Park Mall just debuted a new volleyball court inside the mall in West El Paso.

Shoppers can now shop and watch a volleyball scrimmage game thanks to the all-new installation of a volleyball court inside the mall.

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As part of its customer experience focus, Sunland Park Mall has teamed up with the Wolf Pack Volleyball Club to announce their new indoor volleyball facility's opening.

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The new volleyball facility's launch is part of the mall’s customer lure, focusing on combining a multi-dimensional shopping experience and engaging in various activities and events.

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Wolf Pack Volleyball Club was founded by Keri Imperial and Pepe Rodriguez in 2016 and will use the private court inside of Sunland Park Mall to provide the volleyball club a daily practice location. Plans also include using the regulation court in future tournament games.

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The volleyball club recently shared their excitement on Facebook after finally having a place to practice:

“We did it! It’s been a long road, but these girls finally have a place to call home. A huge thank you to our family and friends who spent time helping us make this happen. To the mall staff for believing in our vision, allowing us to be in there until midnight some nights working, and even helping us when needed. Ernie, all your time and effort on this project made this happen, and we are forever grateful. Congratulations to our Wolf Pack families. This was all for you!”

The court is on the lower level of the mall near The Zalon nail and hair salon and is also netted in for safety.

Follow Wolf Pack Volleyball Club on Facebook for more information and their daily practice schedule.

As part of its community partnership initiative, Sunland Park Mall continues to provide various health and wellness options for El Paso residents.

Sunland Park Mall features several fitness centers inside the mall, including TruFit Athletic Club, Academy of Aerial Fitness, Screaming Eagles Martial Arts, and TKFitBoot Camp.


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