The TIA is developing an online Tennis Specialty Retailer Certification course that will cover key aspects of the tennis retail business and, upon successful completion, allow retailers to be recognized as a “TIA Certified Specialty Tennis Retailer.”
The ITF announced that it has relaunched the official website of its Technical department: www.itftennis.com/technical. The new-look website is part of the ITF’s redesign of its family of websites, following the relaunch of the official ITF website, and Davis Cup and Fed Cup websites.
In an effort to provide tennis industry retailers with additional business enrichment services and opportunities, the TIA has developed a comprehensive line-up of webinars for 2013. These webinars, presented by Gluskin Townley Group, a retailer consulting partner of the TIA, cover a vast array of topic areas and providing tennis retailers with practical knowledge they can utilize in their business operations. Each of the tennis retail focused webinars will be 30 to 45 minutes in length and also include time following the presentation for a question and answer session with Gluskin Townley Group at the TIA's Retail Development Manager, Marty Mohar. To sign up for these upcoming webinars and view the finalized dates, visit TennisIndustry.org/Webinars.
TennisIndustry.org, the central information source for the tennis trade, has recently been redeveloped and relaunched by the Tennis Industry Association. The new website not only focuses on providing specified content for the various segments of the industry, but it also consolidates much of the information that previously resided on ancillary sites hosted by the TIA—making TennisIndustry.org a true "one-stop shop" for industry information.
The USTA has released an all new website, YouthTennis.com, to connect tennis providers and consumers to play opportunities for youth tennis. For consumers, it's quick and easy to find an event or a facility in your area, simply by clicking the "find an event" photo and/or button on the homepage of the website. For consumers to find events in their area, such as a Free Tennis Play Day, all they have to do is enter their 5 digit zip code and those events being held close to them are displayed in an easy-to-view format. The sign up process for providers to get their events listed is quick and simple, too.
TennisIndustry.org, the central information source for the tennis trade, has recently been redesigned and is set to launch in mid- to late-November. The new website not only focuses on providing specified content for the various segments of the industry, but it also consolidates much of the information that previously resided on ancillary sites hosted by the TIA—making TennisIndustry.org a true "one-stop shop" for industry information.
The USTA and TIA announced the launch of the new playtennis.com site, designed to help all tennis players—whether regular, new or returning to the game—find out everything they need to know about getting into the game and playing more tennis.
Consumers looking to get into tennis or play more frequently will now have at their fingertips the most powerful tennis industry databases for finding courts, programs, instruction and more when they go to playtennis.com, a new free interactive website developed through a cooperative industry effort.
Cardio Tennis® has become one of the fastest growing fitness trends in the U.S., and now the program is expanding, with more benefits and services to providers so they can continue to bring a quality, fun fitness-oriented tennis workout to more consumers.