Drysdale expands programs with In-Shape Health
California — Cliff Drysdale Tennis is pleased to announce that it has expanded its tennis management relationship with In-Shape Health Clubs to include 5 additional facilities in the In-Shape Health Clubs Family. Beginning November 1, Cliff Drysdale will offer its tennis management services at Millennium by In-Shape: Vallejo, Millennium by In-Shape: Rancho Solano (Fairfield), Millennium by In-Shape: Browns Valley (Vacaville), Millennium by In-Shape: El Dorado, and Millennium by In-Shape: Merced.
“We are very excited to continue to grow with the In-Shape Health Clubs Family,” stated Scott McCulloch, the National Director of Tennis for Cliff Drysdale Tennis. “Our relationship with In-Shape has afforded us the opportunity to bring our brand of tennis and services statewide in California, and we look forward to continuing our mission of introducing tennis to more people of all ages and establishing more players in this great game of a lifetime!”
Stated Paul Rothbard, In-Shape CEO, “Cliff Drysdale Tennis offers a world-class tennis experience that our members love. We are thrilled to offer their expertise at 5 additional locations in California and bring the game of tennis to so many more members.”
In November 2009, In-Shape partnered with Cliff Drysdale Tennis, and will now offer their signature tennis programs at 11 of its premier health club facilities - the 5 listed above plus In-Shape Sport: Dover (Fairfield), In-Shape Sport: Laurel Glen (Bakersfield), In-Shape Sport: Visalia, In-Shape Sport: Marina (Stockton), In-Shape Sport: West Lane (Stockton), and In-Shape Sport: Tracy.
For more information about In-Shape Health Clubs and Cliff Drysdale Tennis programs, please contact Michelle Clark (In-Shape Health Clubs) at 209-472-2231, ext. 1170, or Scott McCulloch (Cliff Drysdale Tennis) at 239-246-5303
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