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Welcome to the Johnny III Truckers, who thanks to the wonders of technology inked (or pixelized, rather) the deal for the final 2011 WSEM franchise over a distance of 1,746 miles, while one side of the table sat in Marquette, MI and the other in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Don't worry we won't be changing our name to Wiffle in the Eastern United States, and both commissioner Carl Coffee and Truckers' captain John Ingamells IV will be back in southeast Michigan when the wiffling commences. Like the team from Manchester who briefly occupied the 8th slot before them, the Johnny III Truckers are expanding our wiffle footprint in this state. Ingamells is from Linden in southern Genesee County. Again, guys, don't worry he is not planning on building a field using the field he has built in his backyard, so you won't have to make the drive unless you want to take a field trip. Besides, after his trips home from Northern Michigan University, the drive will seem like nothing to John.

We now have players representing five counties: Monroe, Wayne, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Genesee. Truly giving us the rights to the name Wiffle in Southeast Michigan. This is why we changed our name last fall; we wanted to grow, broaden the reach of wiffle, and expand what we are able to do with the game. Now, with our first year's franchise slots filled, we can say that we are for sure accomplishing exactly that!