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Clubhouse @Accutech is the latest entertainment and dining venue in downtown Muncie — Muncie Journal

By Scott Smallstig, Director of Community Growth at Accutech —

Muncie, Indiana — — Clubhouse @Accutech, a family-friendly entertainment and restaurant venue, has opened on the ground floor of the Accutech Building on South Walnut Street, downtown Muncie.

Adam Unger, president of Acccutech, a leading software company in the wealth management industry, says it’s all part of a larger vision.

“My view of philanthropy is to create jobs, improve the quality of the place, and instill pride in our city,” says Unger. “Clubhouse is the first spin-off business we think will make it happen. We were very intentional about our vision. The profits from the clubhouse will be used for our next effort. increase.”-Adam Unger

The notion of influence and philanthropy as a means of facilitating “doing great things for others” is at the heart of Unger’s upbringing and his faith-centered philosophy. Adam, the son of the late Carol and Ray Unger, seized Accutech’s reins in 2010, focusing on finding ways to complement what’s already in downtown and catalyze future growth and investment. increase.

Accutech has invested $ 5.5 million to buy and redevelop the old Sears Building in downtown. The decision to stay in Muncie, where he grew up, is in favor of his confidence in the region’s renaissance and economic feasibility. Contemporaries sought to convince him that he would only succeed if he moved the software company from Muncie to big cities like Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Raleigh, and even Chicago.

Like many good ideas, clubhouses came from personal experience.

“I have a young child and I take him on a date once a week,” says Unger. “It’s easy to find something when the weather is warm, but it’s harder when it’s cold. We really want to make the clubhouse a family environment so that we can take part in solving that dilemma. I intended. “

With five digital bays, veteran golfers can play the world’s most famous courses, from St Andrews to Pebble Beach. Weekend hackers can tackle swings or push themselves by adjusting course conditions such as wind and rain. You can bring your own club or rent it at the clubhouse.

Digital Golf Bay is fun for everyone. Even the ambitious golf tycoon. Photo provided by Accutech.

Some are for children. Each bay simulator has carnival-like game settings that allow family and friends to bowl and play ski balls on putters, and darts and balloon pop on wedges. If soccer is faster, you can play a golf course with a soccer ball (foot golf) or play a training game where you hit a target that simulates a penalty or free kick.

Named after Ray Unger, the founder of AccuTech, Rays Bay is one bigger than the others and is, in fact, the largest commercial impact screen for digital sports, Unger said. Various alternative sports experiences.

“The simulator allows you to play more than 30 sports, including golf, hockey, soccer, archery, duck hunting and dodgeball.” It’s amazing variety to have a new experience every time a family or group comes. ” Said Unger.

And there is micro golf, and unlike traditional putt putt holes, there are 18 challenging holes. All designed and built by Acccutech employees.

The clubhouse is also a great place for private birthday parties, corporate team building and reward events, and family reunions. Over 40 events have already taken place and people have already booked Christmas gatherings.

Hidden behind the clubhouse, the full-service restaurant and full bar are accessible but not emphasized, providing families with the same comfort as a crowd of young professionals looking for cocktails during happy hour.

“We wanted this to be a place for community, family, business, and fun,” Unger said. “I really feel that this is the beginning of something wonderful.”

About Accutech Systems

Accutech Systems is a holding company for the brand family. Cheetah Wealth Management, Opendigital, FiCrowd, Insights, Moneytree, Intersection, and The Clubhouse. The brand family employs a total of 200 people and is headquartered in Muncie, Indiana.

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