The Slinger Bag company says its name change from Lazex Inc. to Slinger Bag and the change of ticker symbol to “SLBG” has been reviewed and processed by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). The name and ticker symbol change have been effective as of the opening of trading on November 21, 2019.
The French Tennis Federation and Wilson Sporting Goods have entered into a new five-year partnership for Roland-Garros and the FFT. The partnership will be based on working together to enhance the Roland-Garros experience for all tennis fans and on implementing tennis initiatives across France. The agreement is a perfect example of the FFT’s strategy of selecting innovative and dynamic partners in the tennis and tennis lifestyle space.
Do you have a new, innovative sports product or service? Enter it into the Racquet Sports Innovation Challenge, which showcases new products and services designed to grow the sport and business of racquet sports with players, consumers and fans.
The USTA announced that Michael Dowse, President of Wilson Sporting Goods Co., has been named Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the United States Tennis Association. The announcement was made by Patrick Galbraith, USTA Chairman of the Board and President, who led the search for current CEO Gordon Smith’s replacement.
The Tennis Industry Association's annual Tennis Owners & Managers (TOM) Conference headlines a comprehensive program of educational opportunities at the Racquet & Paddle Sports Show, Jan. 22-24, at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando, Fla.
In 2020, the SFIA's National Health Through Fitness Day will be March 10-11 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
The 2020 Racquet & Paddle Sports Show schedule of events was announced for the global racquet sport industry event taking place, Jan. 21–24, in Orlando.
Additional exclusions from the Section 301 additional 25 percent tariff on List 1, 2, and 3 goods from China have been announced by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. These exclusions cover a total of 437 specially prepared product descriptions that reflect 1,170 exclusion requests (see attached for complete lists of excluded items).
This year’s TIA Tennis Forum, held in New York on the opening day of the US Open, included a unique Tennis Industry “Discovery Challenge,” a collaborative effort designed to foster creative ideas and innovative thinking to grow the game and business of tennis.