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SGI, PHIT America Announce 'Get America Moving Challenge'

Do you have a program that increases sports & fitness participation in your community and helps Get America Moving?  Submit your program for consideration and enter the new SGI Get America Moving Challenge contest. To show support for the work of PHIT America, SGI Weekly Intelligence is launching the inaugural Get America Moving ChallengeClick Here for the entry form.

Providers: Get Involved with PlayTennis.com!

With the launch of PlayTennis.com and the industry's concentrated efforts to drive traffic to the site, it is more important than ever to get your tennis provider information posted or up-to-date in the GrowingTennis System managed by the TIA. The tennis industry is driving consumers to PlayTennis.com so they can quickly and easily find places to play, search for tennis retailers, connect with tennis teaching professionals, and find tennis programming in their area. The key portal to get listed on this consumer site is at www.GrowTennis.com.
 

Tennis Show, TIA Tennis Forum on Hiatus This Year; Will Return in 2014

The Tennis Show, which debuted in New York City last year just before the US Open, and tied into the 2012 USTA Tennis Teacher’s Conference, will not be held in 2013. However, the Tennis Show will return to New York in 2014.  The TTC, also on hiatus for 2013, will resume in 2014 with expanded plans to provide the best possible learning experience for tennis teachers and coaches.

Using TIA Research to Boost Your Biz

Like any business, you need to use all the tools you have to get ahead, including industry research, such as the recently released 2013 edition of the “State of the Industry” report. Here a few of the key findings of the report and what they may mean for tennis providers. (You’ll find more analysis of the research in a story in the upcoming July issue of Racquet Sports Industry magazine.)

To learn more about industry research and reports available, visit TennisIndustry.org/Research or email research@tennisindustry.org.

PHIT America Alliance Welcomes Grassroots Influencers

The PHIT America Alliance has created a new category to help support the health and fitness campaign. “Ambassadors” include grassroots influencers such as tennis teaching pros, fitness professionals, retailers, park & rec administrators, P.E. and school teachers or any individual who wants to help spread the word about PHIT America and healthy living.

For 10U Tennis Providers, the Formula for Success is Simple

Tennis director and former club owner Rick Vetter says it’s not rocket science: Fewer Courts + More Players = More Income. How do you put this formula into practice at your tennis facility? One of the most reliable answers is with 10 and Under Tennis, which brings more kids onto the court at one time. But there’s a bonus, adds Vetter: 10 and Under Tennis also helps you build your base of players for the future.

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