MSA-Livingston will be hosting an athletic equipment swap meet on Sunday, March 11 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. with proceeds going toward LACASA, the local organization working to eliminate domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. The swap meet will allow area residents to find inexpensive equipment for their children for their coming sports seasons.
“As parents of three growing boys, we fully understand that every year is a struggle to see what fits, what needs repair, and which will eventually find its way down to the youngest child,” said Karl Kling, co-owner of MSA-Livingston, along with his wife Debbie. “Our goal is two-fold: allow a place where parents can clear out their closets while also finding good deals for replacement equipment. Additionally, we will be able to help out in a small way a great local organization.”
Michigan Sports Academy-Livingston is Livingston County’s only indoor baseball and softball training facility. They are located at 760 McPherson Park Drive in Howell. For more information call (517) 552-9000 or send an email to email@example.com.