PTR's TennisPro Magazine Wins Apex Awards
PTR announced that its TennisPro Magazine was presented with two 2011 APEX Awards (Awards for Publishing Excellence). This is the 23rd Annual APEX Awards, a competition for writers, editors, publications staff and business and nonprofit communicators. The selection of the 2011 APEX award recipients was based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the success of the entry in achieving overall communications effectiveness and excellence. TennisPro is the official publication of PTR tennis teachers and coaches.
The 2011 APEX awards were presented to TennisPro for the September/October 2010 issue for Design & Illustration in the category Covers, and for the November/December 2010 issue for Magazine & Journals in the category of Print Over 32 Pages.
PTR Director of Communications and Editor of TennisPro, Peggy Edwards said, “It’s always nice to be recognized for your work, especially at the national and international level. Everyone at PTR feels strongly about providing our members with the very best educational materials, including TennisPro. Many thanks to our friends at HEAD Racquet Sports for providing the photo that gave us the winning cover, and to all the teaching pros and experts who write the articles that make TennisPro so successful.”
PTR is the largest global organization of tennis teaching professionals with more than 14,000 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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