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Stay & Play Social Club Offers 17 Options for
Co-ed Indoor Volleyball



Get Active. Be Social. Come Play!



 



 Royal Oak, Mich. (September 4, 2010) – Stay & Play
Social Club (SPSC) has added new volleyball leagues for their fall season,
offering 17 different options for adult volleyball players.  SPSC offers co-ed leagues all over the
Metro-Detroit area in flag-football, basketball, bowling, tennis, softball,
kickball, euchre, soccer, dodgeball and indoor volleyball.



New volleyball leagues added
to the SPSC line up include co-ed 6’s recreational, intermediate &
competitive levels in Warren and Wixom at the Blue Water Sports Centers on
Mondays and co-ed 6’s intermediate and upper intermediate level volleyball in
Rochester Hills at Avondale Meadows Middle School on Mondays and Tuesdays. SPSC
is also offering a new co-ed reverse 4’s indoor volleyball league in Lake Orion
at Lake Orion High School
on Sundays.



Fall leagues start as early
as the week of September 8th and last for eight to nine weeks depending on the
sport. The leagues play Sunday through Thursday and an average of 2500 people
play per season.



 



Aside from sports leagues,
SPSC participates in charity events and has social events every month. To learn
more about the sports leagues and other events you can sign up for email
updates on the website www.spscdetroit.com.



Stay & Play Social
Club
was founded January 2001 to
continue providing sports leagues, social events, travel and volunteer
opportunities to young professionals in Detroit
and surrounding areas.



 



Sports leagues are co-ed
with levels ranging from recreational to competitive. Past and present sports
offerings include: touch and flag football, sand and indoor volleyball, indoor
and outdoor soccer, floor hockey, softball, bowling, basketball, euchre, tennis
and bowling.



Any further questions
regarding leagues contact Stephanie Puertas 733-9999 or email at info@SPSCdetroit.com. 

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