The ninth annual TIA Tennis Forum will be Monday, Aug. 29, on the Ballroom level of the Grand Hyatt New York City, right before play begins at the 2016 US Open.
Free to attend, the Forum will present the latest news about the state of the tennis industry, including participation, equipment sales data, grassroots initiatives, updates from the USTA, and more.
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The TIA's annual conference for Tennis Owners and Managers is headed to sunny Orlando, FL in 2017! Make sure to save the dates — March 27 - 29, 2017 — for next year in you calendar.
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The tennis industry became the first sports industry to endorse the new National Physical Activity Plan (NPAP) and the CEO Pledge for Physical Activity when the plan was unveiled on April 20 in Washington, D.C. >> Read More
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The Rally the Family campaign is this industry's largest collaborative campaign EVER designed to boost tennis activity and interest across the U.S. Rally the Family will attract more people,and more business, to your club, tennis center,or public park facility.
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Take a moment to learn more about what's happening in the tennis industry by watching this brief "State of the Industry Video." In the video you'll learn some of the key talking points around tennis and the tennis industry, and what the TIA is doing to help grow the economic vitality of the industry and bring more players to the game!
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This year the TIA has launched it's all new "TIA Knowledge Base" aimed at providing the industry with key market intelligence and resources to help grow the business of tennis. Whether its tips on strategic management, keeping you informed about industry initiatives, or access to the latest tennis industry research, the TIA knowledge base is a great resource for your tennis business!
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Cardio Tennis has slowly become known as the "third way to play tennis," rather than the traditionanl singles and doubles matches. Classes are geared towards keeping players in their target heart-rate zone so they can burn the most calories and get the best workout possible in the hour long sessions. Men can burn between 500-100 calories in one class, whereas women can burn between 300 and 500 calories. Rather than being about "playing" tennis, its more about training and the great cardiovascular workout the program provides.
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It's a very simple message—"play tennis!"—yet its impact throughout this industry can be huge. The new playtennis.com has launched to consumers. Playtennis.com is the site where everyone in the industry can send consumers and players to encourage them to get in the game and to play more tennis.
Please feel free download as many of the marketing items as you would like to help support this industry wide effort and to stimulate growth for your business and in the game! Click the respective links to download FREE playtennis.com marketing materials.Download Marketing Materials
The GrowingTennis™ System is the industry's largest database of tennis provider information. This system is a mass "storage center" of tennis data from tennis businesses, facilities, retailers, and teaching pros, and where tennis providers "get involved" in industry-wide initiatives.
Each month data from the GrowingTennis™ System is searched by tennis consumers more than 4 million times through popular tennis websites like playtennis.com, Tennis.com, TennisChannel.com, and USTA.com.LOG IN Now! Read More!