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TOM Conference to Feature New Products, Tech, Demos

ennis facility owners and managers will get a glimpse of the future during the award-winning TOM Conference, which will be April 8-11 at Wild Dunes Resort in Charleston, S.C.

Tennis Industry Rallies For ‘Play Tennis Month’ in May

Tennis industry partners are working together to promote May as “Play Tennis Month” to help showcase the sport of tennis and associated health benefits. Thousands of tennis programs and events will be held around the country, with a goal of helping to get people moving and playing tennis, the No. 1 sport for a long and healthy life.

TI Publisher, TIA Prez Jeff Williams Named USTA Eastern Man of Year

Jeff Williams, president of the TIA and publisher of Tennis Industry magazine, was awarded the prestigious 2017 Leslie J. FitzGibbon Tennis Man of the Year Award by USTA Eastern at its Annual Awards Dinner on Jan. 28. Williams was recognized for his sustained involvement in growing the game through his pioneering, entrepreneurial pursuits and leadership over several decades that have made significant contributions to the sport locally, nationally and internationally.

Register Now for Fifth Annual TOM Conference in Charleston

Register at TheTOMConference.com for the fifth annual Tennis Owners & Managers (TOM) Conference, which will be April 8-11 at Wild Dunes Resort in Charleston, S.C. The TOM is for tennis owners, managers and industry decision-makers with a focus on innovation, growth, business leadership and development.

Doug Conant, Stephen Tharrett Among Top Speaker Lineup at TOM Conference

Business and sports industry leaders Douglas Conant and Stephen Tharrett will be among the keynote presenters and moderators at the 2018 Tennis Owners & Managers (TOM) Conference, which will be April 8-11 at Wild Dunes Resort in Charleston, S.C. Presented by the TIA, the TOM Conference targets tennis owners, managers and industry decision-makers with a focus on innovation, growth, business leadership and development.

'Supersize' Cardio Tennis Fills the Courts, Burns Calories in Wichita

What happens when you put 175 people onto eight tennis courts for an hour, playing with red balls and shorter racquets, under the direction of trained Cardio Tennis instructors? The players burn a combined estimated total of 102,000 calories (that’s an average 582 calories per participant!), they have a ton of fun—and you have one of the largest single Cardio Tennis events in the U.S.

Play Tennis Month to Rally the Tennis Industry!

Industry partners are working together to promote May as “Play Tennis Month” to help showcase the sport of tennis and associated health benefits. Thousands of tennis programs and events will be held around the country, with a goal of helping to get people moving and playing tennis, the No. 1 sport for a long and healthy life. Visit RallyTheIndustry.org.

Williams Reappointed as TIA President in New, Expanded Role

The Tennis Industry Association Board of Directors voted in early December to reappoint Jeff Williams as the ongoing TIA president in a new and expanded capacity. Williams will become the first president as a staff position since Jim Baugh held that position 10 years ago. This newly created role will allow Williams to further focus on the industry’s specific challenges and opportunities by working closely with TIA staff and industry partners.

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