PTR and HEAD will Celebrate 30 Year Partnership
*Hilton Head Island, SC - - *Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) and HEAD will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their partnership. HEAD has renewed its sponsorship agreement as an approved racquet and bag of PTR to 2013, which will mark 30 years together.
HEAD, a leading global manufacturer of technology driven premium sports equipment, will have prominent exposure in the way of advertising and trade show exhibit space through its sponsorship of PTR. HEAD’s relationship with PTR, the world’s most prominent tennis teaching organization, has been ongoing for more than 27 years, and is one of the longest sponsorships in tennis history. PTR members can take advantage of discounted prices on HEAD racquets and bags, as well as apply for exclusive racquet contracts through PTR’s Team HEAD Program.
“HEAD is a solid, progressive company with wonderful people and the best racquets on the market,” said Dan Santorum, PTR CEO. “We are thrilled to continue our longstanding relationship with HEAD and look forward to further growth with our partnership.”
“We couldn’t be happier about extending our relationship with PTR,” said HEAD Senior Director of Sales, Greg Mason. “Their members are on the front line helping grow the game of tennis at all levels and we’re proud to support their efforts. The 30 year history together shows what a great partnership this is.”
PTR is the largest global organization of tennis teaching professionals with more than 13,500 members in 122 countries. It has the greatest percentage of multicultural and women members of any such organization. PTR is dedicated to educating, certifying and servicing tennis teachers and coaches around the world in order to grow the game.
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