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Key Tennis Research Trends to be Released In Upcoming State of the Industry Report

The Tennis Industry Association (TIA) is set to release its second annual “State of the Industry” report, which compiles key research from the trade association’s dozens of in-depth annual research studies and surveys into a top-line document that helps to “narrate the story of the tennis industry” for the past year. Key findings include data on the value of the overall tennis economy, participation and play frequency trends, equipment sales, and pro events.

Sign Up for a Cardio Tennis Training Course Near You

This spring and summer Cardio Tennis® Manager Michele Krause, along with members of the National Cardio Tennis Speakers' Team, will be delivering Cardio Tennis Training courses and TRX Cardio Tennis Pilot Training Courses across the country.  These 7-8 hour courses are designed to teach the fundamentals of Cardio Tennis and everything you need to know to make it a sucess at your facility.

Attention Tennis Providers:Update or Add Your Information Now at GrowTennis.com!

With the soft launch of the PlayTennis.com consumer site, all tennis providers—teaching pros, facilities, retailers, tennis organizations and more—should go to GrowTennis.com now to update or add their information, so consumers can find them. It’s a free and easy way to help drive traffic to your business—and to help consumers get into the game and play more tennis.

Tennis Retail a Key Focus of Recent Industry Meetings

The TIA held key meetings last month during Tennis Night in America and the BNP Paribas Showdown in New York City.   The meetings were organized to update groups on various initiatives, programs and objectives.  The following day, a retailer focus group met first with manufacturers and TIA's Retail Consulting Specialists, then separately to discuss challenges affecting the retail sector and ways for greater involvement with the industry.

10 and Under Tennis Gains Extensive Coverage in Q1

The USTA recently shared a report on national media attention that the 10 and Under Tennis initiative has been receiving. Among the highlights were a media tour of TV stations by 10 and Under Tennis spokesperson Christine Taylor, local coverage of “March Into Tennis” events in top markets, TV segments on youth programs, and extensive coverage of First Lady Michelle Obama playing tennis for the “Let’s Move!” initiative.

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