What have I not been up to lately, would be the better question. Keeping busy with work as always. On top of that, been spending a lot of time in paintball again, rebuilding Scottsdale Elevation and the AZPPL.
It feels great to be back. When we sold NXe, I took a step away from paintball. Wanted to spend time building our other businesses and focusing on me a little. Being back, and being involved again has been a rewarding experience. Couldn’t be happier to be back in the scene.
Elevation is doing good. In a short time span, we’ve built one of the largest paintball programs in the country. We got a late start this season, and our main focus has been building a strong foundation going into next year. I’m real excited with the people we have involved. We have over 50 players competing across most of the divisions, as well as a youth team.
What are some things you’ve been working on coming into the final stretch of the season?
We’ve been focusing on putting a good structure in place on our individual teams. It’s been no easy task, but we’re headed in the right direction. We will have three teams competing at WCPPL Vegas. Our goal now is to put each of them in a position where they’re capable of winning.
The AZPPL is back, can you tell us a little bit about the league?
Where and when is the next event?
Fort Adobe Paintball Complex hosts all of the AZPPL events. Our next event is Saturday, October 10th and our final event of the season is December 5th and 6th. All of the info is on www.azppl.org