Make QST Permanent at Your Facility!
QuickStart Tennis courts are popping up all over the country, as pros and facilities realize that permanently lined courts are helping to drive interest in this revenue-generating play format for kids aged 10 and under. With permanently lined courts, you’re not only able to put more students on a court at one time, but you’ll be creating—and growing — the next generation of tennis players. So far, there are about 120 permanent QST courts in the U.S. Join this growing trend.
- The Lexington County Tennis Complex in South Carolina recently added permanent lines to some of its courts. The facility also is hosting its second QST tournament.
- American Legion Tennis Center in Elizabethtown, KY, painted permanent QST lines on their courts.
- Cotton Creek Club in Fort Worth, Texas, hosted a Kickoff Celebration in August for its 12 QST mini courts.
- Spellerberg Park in Sioux Falls, SD, built eight permanent QST courts.
- Harrison Tennis Center in Atlanta recently started construction of six permanent QST courts.
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