There, he plans an outdoor bar and three sand volleyball courts along with space to have concerts and car shows.
“We’re going to do it right, that’s for sure,” Allbright says.
He says he already has 30 teams of six players each for the volleyball. There are beginner, intermediate and advanced leagues forming.
“This is a huge calling in Wichita,” Allbright says.
He doesn’t expect construction to take long.
“Oh, not long at all.”
The courts should open within three weeks.
The first concert is probably at least two months away. Allbright expects to be able to accommodate about 300 to 400 people.
“Oh, lordy, we’ve got plenty of room.”
That’s not the case everywhere, though. As Allbright looks for other Jerseys sites, such as in Tulsa and Manhattan, he’s having trouble finding enough space for volleyball and other activities.
“That’s the problem I’m running into now.”
Allbright says he won’t be deterred from having at least one volleyball court at every site.
“Now it’s going to be part of every Jerseys we’ll open.”