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Beach House Volleyball receives mayor’s award

Carlat presents business of the month for March

Posted 4/2/21

Beach House Volleyball has been named the Mayor’s Business of the Month for March 2021.

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Beach House Volleyball receives mayor’s award

Carlat presents business of the month for March

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Beach House Volleyball has been named the Mayor’s Business of the Month for March 2021.

Founded in 2018 by Brian Lambeth, Beach House Volleyball is a premier indoor beach volleyball facility, offering state-of-the-art training for all levels of play, according to a news release.

Beach House provides an exceptional play experience on more than 360 tons of washed and filtered southern-California beach sand in the comfort of an air-conditioned facility.

Growing up in Peoria schools, Mr. Lambeth’s passion for athletics began at a young age. While attending the University of Arizona, his love of volleyball expanded and over the past 30 years he has played, coached and hosted hundreds of games and tournaments. After watching how fast the sport continued to grow, Mr. Lambeth pursued the idea of bringing indoor beach volleyball to the Peoria community.

Beach volleyball is now one of the NCAA’s fastest-growing college sports.

Mr. Lambeth said sand volleyball leads to a better player, no matter the court.
“Sand volleyball is unique in that it only takes two people, but you have to have a lot of communication and you have to cover a lot of court in sand, which is hard to move in,” said Lambeth. “Learning that movement and learning to anticipate where the ball is going is valuable in beach volleyball, which carries over to the hard-court as well.”

With championship-winning coaches on staff, Beach House offers a premier experience to athletes and Peoria families.
Mr. Lambeth shares his appreciation to his wife, Tracy, who designed the logos for Beach House and the team clubs; and his pride in watching his children develop their own love for the game.

In addition to running Beach House Volleyball, Lambeth coaches at Sonoran Foothills Elementary and is the assistant varsity sand volleyball coach at Northwest Christian School.

“This center has been a favorite of mine since the ribbon cutting three years ago,” said Councilmember Bill Patena. “Beach House Volleyball serves a growing industry of athletes of all ages and skill levels, while providing a one-of-a-kind experience right here in Peoria. I can’t think of many other places where you can play sand volleyball in an air conditioned room!”

Throughout the year, Beach House offers sand and hard-court volleyball leagues, training, and tournaments for youth and adults. In addition, Beach House welcomes outside events such as birthday parties, team celebrations, and corporate and youth events.

Beach House Volleyball is located at 16681 N. 84th Ave. Call 623-234-3555 or visit beachhousevolleyball.com for additional information.

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