Tennis Show Set for Aug. 27 in New York City
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC — The Tennis Show will debut Aug. 27 in New York City at the 2011 USTA Tennis Teachers Conference, and will feature exhibitors, a cocktail reception, prizes, a DJ and more. The Tennis Show will kick off at 2 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt New York at Lexington and 42nd Street.
The Tennis Show will include the 5th Annual Tennis Industry Association (TIA) Tennis Forum and the 4th Annual Tennis Industry Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Those events will be followed immediately by the Opening Session of the 41st Annual USTA Tennis Teachers Conference. All events for this one-day celebration of tennis will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt.
Companies currently registered to exhibit at The Tennis Show include:
10-S Tennis Supply/Fast Dry Courts Babolat USA Connor Sport Court International Copeland Coating Co. Courtside Market LLC Dartfish USA Donnay USA Dunlop Sports Group Foerster Bhupathi Sports International Gamma Racquet Sports HEAD Penn Racquet Sports Hybrid Tennis International, LLC Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) NGI Sports Perfect Pick Up / Tenn Tube Prince Sports Professional Tennis Registry Quick Lining System Rebounces RiteWay Tennis Court Crack Repair Rocky Mountain Sports Skillastics TenCap Tennis Industry Association TennisConnect he Active Network TRX United States Professional Tennis Association Wilson Sporting Goods Co. World Class Athletic Surfaces
Following the first three hours of The Tennis Show, the exhibitor booths will close at 5 p.m. for the TIA Tennis Forum with TIA President Jon Muir (beginning at 5:30 pm), the Hall of Fame Award Ceremony, and the USTA TTC Opening Session. At 7 p.m. the Tennis Show will reopen and remain open until 9.
The USTA Tennis Teachers Conference is scheduled to run from Aug. 27 to 30 and will feature keynote speakers Rick Macci, Nick Bollettieri and Jim Courier. (The US Open tennis tournament, the last Grand Slam event of the year, begins Aug. 29 in nearby Queens, N.Y.)
For more information on The Tennis Show visit TennisShow.com. Visit USTA.com/ttc for additional information regarding the USTA Tennis Teacher’s Conference. For any additional questions regarding The Tennis Show attendance and information, contact the TIA at (843) 686-3036 x.223.
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