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Tennis Industry Comes Together For ‘State of the Industry’ Conference

More than 300 tennis industry leaders, who gathered recently at the 2016 State of the Tennis Industry Forum held in Miami, heard about the future of the sport, including key information and statistics that pointed out the challenges and opportunities tennis faces today.

2016 State of the Industry Forum Set for March 23 in Miami

Make plans now to attend the 2016 TIA State of the Industry Forum, which will be March 23 in Miami, in conjunction with the Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M.) Conference. The Forum will run from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Hilton Miami Downtown and is free to the industry to attend. The event is being held during the Miami Open professional tennis tournament.

2016 State of the Industry Forum March 23 in Miami

The 2016 TIA State of the Industry Forum will be March 23 in Miami, in conjunction with the Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M.) Conference. The Forum will run from 10 to 11:45 a.m. at the Downtown Miami Hilton on Biscayne Blvd. and is free to the industry to attend, however, space is limited, so registration is required (visit TheTOMConference.com).

State of the Industry Forum March 23 in Miami

Reserve your spot now for the 2016 TIA State of the Industry Forum, which will be held in Miami on March 23, in conjunction with the Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M. Conference). The Forum is free to the industry to attend and will run from 10 to 11:45 a.m. in the Symphony Ballroom of the Downtown Miami Hilton on Biscayne Blvd. The event is being held during the Miami Open professional tennis tournament.

T.O.M. Conference Attracts High-Powered Speakers and Presenters

Experts from all segments of tennis facility and club management continue to sign-on to present at the 2016 Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M.) Conference, which will be March 23-25 in Miami during the Miami Open pro tournament. The event will be held at the Downtown Miami Hilton on Biscayne Blvd.

Q3 ‘Bumpy’ for Equipment, But Some Optimistic Signs

The third quarter of 2015 was bumpy for the tennis marketplace overall, with only strings and ROG tennis balls growing in wholesale shipments. Racquet unit shipments continue to lag, although pro/specialty retailers showed minor growth in racquet unit sales. However, there appears to be some early signs of overcoming the rust from issues in the greater shipment environment that nagged the industry in 2014 and continued into 2015.

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