Clay court maintenance seminar at Randall's Island
Charlottesville, Va. — Har-Tru Consulting, a group within Har-Tru Sports, announced today that it will be collaborating for the third time with Sportime on holding a clay court seminar at Randall’s island in N.Y., June 19, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The clay court seminar, part of Har-Tru Consulting’s seminar series is designed to educate tennis teaching professionals, club managers, court maintenance technicians and tennis court builders about the importance of caring for and preserving their indoor and outdoor clay courts.
“We are very passionate about supporting the success of clubs and facilities by going above and beyond to share our expertise about how to preserve and protect tennis courts,” said Ed Montecalvo, Har-Tru’s Consulting Services Manager, “Partnering with Sportime on this particular seminar provides our participants with a holistic perspective about court maintenance and a hands-on learning experience at Randall’s Island.”
The upcoming seminar at Sportime Randall’s Island includes product demonstrations and interactive learning opportunities. The seminar will feature hands-on exercises for participants on operating new tools and products for court maintenance as well as new-product demonstrations. Attendees will also have an opportunity to participate in a dialogue with a panel of industry experts.
Har-Tru Consulting has held 28 seminars in the past four years and has three upcoming sessions scheduled. Har-Tru has a limited number of registrations available for the June 19 session at Randall’s island. Please register no later than June 16 by emailing Brandy Gentry, email@example.com. The registration fee of $150.00 includes a continental breakfast, lunch, educational materials, hands-on experience, 10% off court maintenance accessories ordered on-site and a 20% discount coupon good for one year on a Court Analysis Survey for your facility.
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