Speaking on Business: Vortex Volleyball
Vortex Volleyball is dedicated to teaching volleyball to kids of all ages and skill levels.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
Chad and Pam Barrett believe any child can benefit from high-quality sports training, and they also understand that because of cost, some won’t get the opportunity. They created Vortex Volleyball two years ago to provide a way to extend sports training to kids from all backgrounds.
This is a non-profit club, based in Clearfield, is dedicated to teaching volleyball to kids of all ages and skill levels. It’s designed to be a competitive experience that provides participants with valuable skills that will last a lifetime. Since Vortex Volleyball launched, they’ve served nearly 200 kids in both the boys and girls leagues, and there’s now 10 coaches to fill demand, with a waiting list. There’s also a junior prep league for kids ages 5 to 12 to prepare them for when they’re old enough to join a club team.
The boys season starts in September and runs through December while the girls season runs from November until May. For the summer, Vortex Volleyball holds a summer skills clinic and provides conditioning so athletes are ready for tryouts and the new season.
Vortex Volleyball is sanctioned by the Amateur Athletic Union and they’re always in need of funds to help families who can’t afford the training and tournament fees. They offer discounts to military families.
Find them online at www.vortexvolleyballutah.org.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
848 W. 1600 South
Clearfield, UT 84015