Gamma Names Chuck Vietmeier as National Sales Manager
Pittsburgh, PA -June 18, 2009 - Gamma Sports, makers of the number one rated string product line in tennis, today announced Chuck Vietmeier as the National Sales Manager of the Year. Chuck will manage Gamma’s pro shop, consumer, large retail and distributor channels of distribution. “Chuck brings over 20 years of outstanding Gamma product management and sales experience to this role. We know he will do a great job and wish him continued success in the coming years,” said Matt Ferrari, President of Gamma Sports.
GAMMA SPORTS | The Fastest Growing Racquet Sports Company in the World Dr. Harry Ferrari, a nuclear engineer and avid tennis player, founded Gamma Sports in 1974 to create a synthetic gut tennis string that would embody the durability and playability of natural gut strings. Gamma synthetic string, engineered with a patented process, revolutionized the game of tennis and has been ranked the number 1 string for 23 years straight. Gamma Sports markets and sells an entire line of over 5,000 products including Gamma racquets, children’s tennis gear, tennis balls, Ballhopper® products, replacement grips, overgrips, vibration dampeners, court equipment, therapy products, and racquet accessories, all engineered to the same exacting standards as the award-winning string line. Gamma Sports is the official string, ball, accessory and court supplier of Professional Tennis Registry. PTR is the world’s largest international organization of tennis teachers & coaches, with over 11,400 members worldwide. Gamma Sports is based in Pittsburgh, PA. For additional information on Gamma Sports’ entire line of products, visit the website at www.GammaSports.com or send a written request to: Gamma Sports, 200 Waterfront Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15222, U.S.A.
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