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Sports Facilities Companies selected as operating partner for Crown Sports Center

February 28, 2024

The Sports Facilities Companies (SFC) has been selected as the operating partner for the privately-owned Crown Sports Center.

Crown Sports Center is a 125,000-square-foot sports facility located in Fruitland, Md. The newly renovated facility now includes expanded turf fields, eight pickleball courts and five batting cages, in addition to its existing indoor turf fields, four volleyball courts, two basketball courts and a family entertainment center.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Crown Sports and bringing our expertise in sports facility management to the Eastern Shore,” Cole Lacy, vice president for SFC, said. “We look forward to creating a space that not only caters to athletes but also serves the local community and brings people together through the love of sports and recreation.”

SFC is a consultancy that plans, develops and operates sports, recreation, entertainment and events facilities nationwide. Its collection of managed properties, the SF Network, represents the largest and fastest-growing portfolio of managed youth and amateur sports and recreation destinations in the United States and includes facilities in destinations such as Gatlinburg, Tenn., Branson, Mo., Panama City Beach, Fla., and Sandusky, Ohio. SFC operates more than 50 properties nationwide in 20 states.

With this new partnership, the companies appointed Cody Revel as general manager. Revel received a masters in sports performance training from Concordia University in Chicago, Ill. He has spent nearly six years developing the Athlete Academy with two locations in Maryland that serve over 1,000 athletes annually.

“My vision has always been to improve the physical and mental capabilities of athletes and to create an environment that fosters growth in all areas of their lives,” Revel said.

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