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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.

Wearable Technology Tops List of 2016 Top Fitness Trends

As we get closer to the end of 2015 and start getting ready for 2016, change is in the air for the world of fitness.  While recent participation studies by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA) indicate that the top five fitness pursuits in the U.S. are (1) walking for fitness, (2) running/jogging, (3) using a treadmill, (4) working out with free (hand) weights, and (5) using a stationary bike, there are some significant trends in fitness which are having a big impact on our approach to staying in shape.

TIA Conducting Annual Tennis Facility, Business and Retail Census

Verifying your facility, business and retail information for the industry’s annual census is an important activity of the TIA to keep current information on courts, program, retail and more. A “snapshot” of information was delivered to industry inboxes this week. For providers of programs, the information helps supply consumer search websites including PlayTennis.com, YouthTennis.com, CardioTennis.com and more.

2016 T.O.M. Conference Topics Focus on Growing Profits

The agenda for the 2016 Tennis Owners & Managers (T.O.M.) Conference, which will take place March 23-25 in Miami, includes topics focused on growing revenue for clubs and facilities. The third annual T.O.M. Conference, presented by the TIA, will bring together industry leaders and top experts in the field of facility operations and management. The event will include a separate session on the State of the Tennis Industry.

ESPN Coverage of US Open: Largest TV Audience in 4 Years

ESPN’s first exclusive US Open resulted in the tournament’s biggest TV audience in four years – capped by a Men’s Championship seen by 43 percent more people than last year – plus an explosion of live streaming on WatchESPN. The average audience across two weeks on ESPN and ESPN2 was 1,265,000 viewers (P2+), up 20 percent compared to 1,054,000 a year ago with a combination of cable and broadcast telecasts, according to Nielsen. It was the most-viewed US Open since 2011 (1,443,000).

Upgraded PlayTennis.com Website Streamlines Entry Into Tennis

With traffic on PlayTennis.com continuing to increase, the home page on the key industry-supported website devoted to getting people into tennis and playing more often is being streamlined and simplified. Visitors to the PlayTennis.com home page will be able to quickly and easily dive into searches that will return courts, program, players, retailers and much more in their local areas.

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