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PHIT KIDS Tennis Charity Events Help You Make a Difference!

The tennis industry and PHIT America are joining forces to promote the sport of tennis and increase physical activity throughout the country. The TIA is encouraging any group that holds tennis events to designate PHIT KIDS as their designated charity to help increase awareness of efforts under way at PHIT America.

Tennis Participation and ‘Play Occasions’ Increase in the U.S in 2015

The number of people playing tennis in the U.S. and the number of tennis “play occasions” increased in 2015, according to the latest figures released by the Tennis Industry Association (TIA) and U.S. Tennis Association (USTA), which were part of the Physical Activity Council (PAC) Annual Participation Study.

Sign Up for Rally The Family; Receive Free Marketing Resources

How can you increase your business and promote tennis in your local area? By signing up now to participate in the industry-wide Rally the Family campaign, where you can take advantage of free promotional and marketing material that will drive consumers—and families—to your courts and programs.

POP Tennis Demos Continue to Drive Interest

POP Tennis, which recently adopted play on 36-foot and 60-foot courts using Red, Orange, and Green tennis balls, was demonstrated on-court at the PTR Symposium in February in Hilton Head. The sport will be demonstrated during the Tennis Owners & Managers Conference in Miami March 23-25, and in April, four Chicago-area Midtown clubs will hold POP Tennis pilot programs.

Club/Facility Owners & Managers: Attend 3rd Annual T.O.M. Conference

Tennis club and facility owners and managers, join your peers at the third annual Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M.) Conference, to be held March 23-25 at the Hilton Miami Downtown. The event will take place during the 2016 Miami Open pro tennis tournament. To register, visit TheTOMConference.com.

POP Tennis to Adopt 36- & 60-Foot Courts, Lower Pressure Balls

The tennis industry has promoted play on shorter 36-foot and 60-foot tennis courts for a number of years to help players of all ages get active, have fun and learn the game more easily. Now, the game of tennis played on 36- and 60-foot courts gets a major boost through the U.S. POP Tennis Association.

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