TCA Promotes Mahoney To Senior VP
CHICAGO — Steven Schwartz, president of Chicago-based Tennis Corporation of America (TCA) has announced the promotion of Michael Mahoney, 52, to Senior Vice President and General Manager. Mr. Mahoney recently celebrated his 32nd year with the company.
As Senior Vice President, Mahoney will oversee tennis operations for nine Midtown Athletic Clubs in the U.S. and Canada, while retaining his role as general manager at the company’s flagship location, Midtown Tennis Club in Chicago. Mr. Mahoney recently coordinated and oversaw efforts for Midtown Tennis Club’s 40th anniversary celebration that featured an afternoon charity Pro-Am and evening party attended by more than 1,200 guests.
“Michael is a terrific TCA success story and one of the most knowledgeable and successful tennis managers ever to work in the industry,” said Schwartz.
Mahoney began his TCA career in 1978 as a tennis instructor at Midtown Athletic Club in Rochester, New York. In 1983, he was named assistant head pro and two years later, was promoted to head pro at Tri-State Athletic Club in Evansville, Indiana. In 1988, Mahoney returned to Rochester as director of tennis for Midtown’s Rochester and Syracuse clubs.
In January of 1990, he was promoted to general manager of Midtown Tennis Club in Chicago. In addition to that position, Mahoney was promoted to regional general manager in January of 1994 and to regional vice president in January of 1998. In August of 1999, Mahoney was named national tennis director of TCA.
A past president of the Chicago District Tennis Association, the Chicago arm of the United States Tennis Association, Mahoney is certified by both the Professional Tennis Registry and United States Professional Tennis Association and is a graduate of the University of Rochester.
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