In this episode of the ‘So You Want to Start a Business’ podcast, Ingrid Thompson interviews Chris Meade, founder CROSSNET
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Putting Woodstock, Connecticut on the map.
It’s not every day that a new sport is created – but that’s exactly what happened when three friends from a small town in Connecticut combined an old game called four square and volleyball and called it CROSSNET. Growing up together in the “Quiet Corner” of CT, brothers Greg and Chris Meade constantly sought new sports and activities to keep them busy with their childhood friend Mike Delpapa.
The three friends struck an idea for a four-way volleyball game that merged traditional volleyball with the four square. By dividing the court into four quadrants, rather than in half, they envisioned a new game. After creating a prototype, inviting their friends to come play and not being able to turn them away they knew we were onto something! That something is CROSSNET.
Since that moment over 2 years ago, the trio has made it their mission to spread the game of CROSSNET throughout the world.
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