RSI Magazine Publishes Ultimate Tennis Ball Issue
Racquet Sports Industry magazine’s July issue contains everything you ever wanted to know about Tennis Balls. It includes Lab Testing results of most of the tennis balls available on the market today. It also contains feature articles about the tennis balls business and how tennis balls are made. Racquet Sports Industry’s July issue is shipping to subscribers now and also contains the following great articles:
Industry News - All the latest news, announcements, and happenings in the industry
Selling Tennis Balls - Bulk purchases, consumer promotions, and new packaging all help to give your customers what they need
Ball Testing - We follow the bouncing ball from the lab to the court
The Ball Game - How a Tennis Ball is Made
Court Appeal - The latest tennis apparel features something for every player
Ball Machine Selector - Our exclusive guide to selecting the right ball machine for your business
String Playtest - Head Sonic Pro 17
Tips & Techniques - Reader’s Know-How in Action
Ask the Experts - Your equipment hotline
Recruit Volunteer Leaders - A Tennis Service Rep says bringing in more volunteers will unleash a giant sales force for the sport and vastly increase participation
Complete coverage can be found in the July 2007 issue of RSI magazine which is already shipping to subscribers.
Racquet Sports Industry, the only magazine covering the racquet sports industry, provides unmatched coverage of the business, equipment, apparel, and racquet service of tennis, racquetball, squash, and badminton. Each one-year subscription includes 10 issues filled with the kind of stories and information about racquet sports that can’t be found anywhere else.
To get more information about RSI magazine or to subscribe to RSI magazine, visit tennisindustrymag.com.
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