Billiard Expert Starts New Website in Google, Kansas

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Announcing a new way to shop billiards, new website strives to educate consumers before selling them.

Sounds silly, right? Well, it’s actually true. The city of Topeka, Kansas, home of, has changed its name to “Google, Kansas” for the month of March. This means they are actually shipping products from the town of Google for a limited time. A new website has been started in this Midwest town with a very important mission, to educate the public about all of the nuances of the sport of billiards. Topics of interest will range from equipment to tips on actually playing the game. The Mayor changed the city's name in an attempt to sway Google to bring their experimental “Fiber for Communities”program to Topeka. This program is meant to test a new super high speed connection that Google is developing, it could mean internet speeds up to 100 times faster than elsewhere. Speeds like this could prove very useful to a new billiard website. is operated by long time billiard mechanic and pool player, Rich Brown. Besides delivering quality products, one purpose of the site is to provide a resource for all things billiard. Everything from, How to hang a pool table light to how to choose a pool cue will be included. There is even an ”Ask an expert” section in which visitors can submit a question and have it answered online. Years of experience installing all brands of pool tables, as well as playing billiards with some of the finest pool players in the country is being added to the site weekly in the form of free articles and tips. Other items such as pool table lights, and pool cues are also available.

So consumers now have a place to gain all the insight they need about billiards and their home gamerooms, just search “Google”, Kansas that is.

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