The Tennis Industry Association’s (TIA) newest Supporting Member is Dalton Enterprises of Cheshire, Conn., a family-owned business that is the manufacturer of the Latex-Ite® brand of recreational coatings.
The Tennis Industry Association is accepting nominations for the Tennis Industry Hall of Fame for 2017, which honors individuals who have made a significant impact on the sport of tennis. Nominations, which are due by June 1, can be in any of four categories: Inventors, Founders, Innovators or Contributors.
The Tennis Industry Association (TIA) staged its own version of “March Madness” recently and even crowned a champion—in less than one hour. The TIA’s “March Madness” event was the Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge, a “Shark Tank”-like competition to identify the most innovative and creative product or service in the tennis industry. In the final analysis, the panel of judges picked Tennibot, a robotic tennis ball collector.
To help tennis providers manage and grow their businesses, including in the important areas of staffing, recruitment, management and leadership, the Tennis Industry Association (TIA) has formed its newest corporate partnership with Snodgrass Partners Inc., an executive search and management consulting firm based in Overland Park, Kan.
Key industry meetings March 27-29 in Orlando will bring together top experts and officials to talk about the future of this industry and how your business can benefit. Presented by the TIA, the meetings will be at the award-winning Rosen Shingle Creek Resort. Both full conference admission and day passes are available. Click here to register.
The spirit of innovation and creativity is alive and well in tennis, as some of the most brilliant new products and services in the tennis industry take center stage on Monday, March 27, at the inaugural Tennis Industry Innovation Challenge, held at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, Fla.
A national Tennis Health & Wellness Task Force, comprised of top doctors and sports medicine experts, has been assembled by the tennis industry to help reach and engage mainstream Americans with messaging on the health, fitness, wellness and life benefits of tennis.
The first day of tennis industry meetings in Orlando, Fla., at the end of March will open with a Future of Tennis Forum, a “Tennis Innovation Challenge,” and a Tennis Health & Wellness Panel. The meetings, March 27-29, are presented by the Tennis Industry Association (TIA) and lead into the fourth annual Tennis Owners & Managers (TOM) Conference, which will be at the award-winning Rosen Shingle Creek Resort.
Three sessions at the upcoming Tennis Owners & Managers (TOM) Conference in Orlando will focus on how tennis clubs and facilities can create new revenue through sales and marketing, fitness programming and retail operations.
Cardio Tennis Training Courses have been scheduled in March at the new, 100-court USTA National Campus in Orlando, Fla. A Level 1 Training Course will be held on Friday, March 3, and a Level 2 Training Course will be on Sunday, March 26.