Courtside USA is the Official Network of the USPTA
Courtside USA and the United States Professional Tennis Association have joined forces to give USPTA tennis-teaching professionals state-of-the-art tools to run their tennis programs online. Courtside USA provides tennis teachers and clubs access to a free website to build their business and connect with their members/players from one central location.
The site gives teaching professionals the technology they need to run leagues, ladders, tournaments, flex leagues and round robins. In addition, they can manage lesson bookings, court bookings and events, all from the convenience of their computer. Courtside USA also provides players with a free web page with interactive social networking capabilities, where they have the opportunity to organize their matches and connect with other players. They can also register for leagues, events and programs at their local club or in the community from their web page.
“In this day when online networking and social networking sites are all the rage and businesses are turning to them to build their brands and connect with consumers, it makes perfect sense for USPTA to partner with Courtside and Tenniscores, the second largest tennis league management software in the U.S. with more than 300,000 users annually,” said Tim Heckler, USPTA CEO. “The question becomes: Can tennis-teaching professionals afford not to be on Courtside USA if they want to grow their business successfully and communicate effectively with their members?”
“By partnering with the USPTA we are able to deliver our software directly into the hands of the teaching professionals and tennis organizers in each community, where it belongs,” said Nancy Biggs, president of Get Courtside Inc. “By providing the men and women who run tennis from the ground up with ability to manage a successful business online, we guarantee not only their future but the growth and development of the game.”
To find out more about Courtside USA, visit courtsideusa.com.
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