Improve your game, reward your feet
PHOENIX, AZ — HEAD is rewarding tennis players everywhere with their newest promotion: Improve YOUR Game — Reward YOUR Feet. Throughout the month of May, tennis players can purchase a YOUTEK™ tour racquet and receive a pair of HEAD performance tennis shoes for only $25 - a retail value of up to $129.99! Tennis players can participate in the promotion by simply visiting a participating retail store in their area or an authorized internet retailer.
HEAD’s YOUTEK™ Racquets are designed to perfectly match each tennis player’s playing style and are currently being used on tour by top tennis athletes Novak Djokovic (YOUTEK™ Speed MP), Andy Murray (YOUTEK™ Radical Pro), Victoria Azarenka (YOUTEK™ Extreme Pro) and Tommy Haas (YOUTEK™ Prestige MP).
HEAD’s new Men’s & Women’s Speed Pro tennis shoes were recently rated #1 in the May Issue of TENNIS Magazine’s Shoe Guide, and the Men’s and Women’s Prestige Pro Shoes were rated as top performers in the May 2009 issue of TENNIS Magazine’s Shoe Guide. HEAD’s “Improve YOUR Game - Reward YOUR Feet” promotion gives tennis players the opportunity to try these top performing tennis shoes at a great value.
To find a participating retailer in your area visit headpromo.com and click on the Dealer Locator. The promotion runs from May 1 through May 31, 2010. Racquets included in the promotion are the YOUTEK™ Prestige, YOUTEK™ Speed, YOUTEK™ Radical and YOUTEK™ Extreme racquet lines. The HEAD shoes included in the promotion are the Men’s & Women’s Speed Pro, Men’s & Women’s Prestige Pro, Men’s Radical Pro and Women’s Extreme Pro. Contact a store in your area to make sure models/sizes are available.
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