PlayTennis.com visitors have chance to win
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC — As the summer tennis season heats up in the US with the Emirates Airline US Open Series beginning in July in Atlanta and culminating in Flushing, NY at the 2014 US Open, visitors to PlayTennis.com have a chance to win tickets to one of the world’s largest annual sporting events.
Beginning July 7, 2014, and running through August 4, 2014, the PlayTennis.com website will be highlighting a sweepstakes offer from the Emirates Airline US Open Series which gives entrants a chance to win a grand prize of two tickets to the 2014 US Open. One-hundred other great Emirates Airline US Open Series prizes will also be given away in a random drawing. Entry into the sweepstakes is free for site visitors and requires only a simple form to complete, which includes signing up for the Emirates Airline US Open Series newsletter. Consumers who wish to enter for their chance to win should visit the PlayTennis.com website beginning July 7, 2014, click the homepage rotator image displaying the “Win Tickets to the US Open” message, and submit the completed form.
“We are excited to be working with the Emirates Airline US Open Series on a special PlayTennis.com sweepstakes. This is a great opportunity to help promote the exciting summer professional tennis season and at the same time help increase awareness of the one-stop portal at PlayTennis.com to get more people in the game,” says TIA Executive Director, Jolyn de Boer.
“The ultimate goal of the USTA is to increase the growth and popularity of tennis,” says Conley Downing, USTA’s Pro Tennis Brand Manager. “Through this promotion with the TIA and PlayTennis.com, we’re not only increasing awareness of the Emirates Airline US Open Series, but also directing consumers to a platform where they can learn more about the game and utilize the tools available through PlayTennis.com to play more tennis.”
Restrictions apply. To learn more about the sweepstakes and for official rules, visit PlayTennis.com beginning July 7, 2014 or contact the TIA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PlayTennis.com is a non-branded one-stop portal of tennis information for potential and current players to get and stay involved with the sport. On the site consumers can find people to play with, search for places to play, find local programs and events in their area, connect with a tennis coach for lessons, search for retailers, read gear reviews, and more.
About the TIA
The Tennis Industry Association, the not-for-profit trade association for tennis, is THE unifying force in the tennis industry whose mission is to promote the growth and economic vitality of tennis by working closely with the U.S. Tennis Association and industry partners to develop and implement initiatives to increase tennis participation and improve the health of industry businesses. Core TIA activities include producing 70+ research reports annually on participation and consumer/trade research, in addition to Grow the Game Initiatives such as PlayTennis.com, 10 and Under Tennis, the GrowingTennis System™, Tennis Welcome Centers, Cardio Tennis, Careers in Tennis and TennisConnect.com. Visit TennisIndustry.org or call 866-686-3036.
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International Management Group: Kevin Callanan
International Tennis Federation: Dave Miley
International Tennis Hall of Fame: Mark Stenning
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Prince Sports: Mike Ballardie
Professional Tennis Registry: Dan Santorum
Sports & Fitness Industry Association: Tom Cove
Tennis Channel: David Egdes
Tennis Magazine: Jeff Williams
U.S. Professional Tennis Association: John Embree
U.S. Racquet Stringers Association: David Bone
U.S. Tennis Association: Kurt Kamperman
Wilson Sporting Goods: Jon Muir
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