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Get To Know Coach Mo, A Pickleball Living Legend

Have you tried pickleball? Chances are, you will! It is the fastest growing sport in the country. It is played by over 4.8 million people and growing in leaps and bounds each year. There is an unprecedented demand from players of all experience levels to find coaches who can help them improve, and one of the best in world is a man known around the world as, “Coach Mo.”

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Get To Know Coach Mo, A Pickleball Living Legend

Have you tried pickleball? Chances are, you will! It is the fastest growing sport in the country. It is played by over 4.8 million people and growing in leaps and bounds each year. There is an unprecedented demand from players of all experience levels to find coaches who can help them improve, and one of the best in world is a man known around the world as, “Coach Mo.”

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Samantha Brown has been around the block more than a time or two. She’s an Emmy Award-winning world travel host featured in more than 400 episodes of TV shows on the Travel Channel and PBS. She has visited more than 250 cities, 60 countries and spent more than 26,000 hours traveling.

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