About the Try Tennis Promotion - Sign Up Now to participate in May 2015 Industry-Wide Campaign
The TIA, in conjunction with our industry partners and the USTA, USPTA and the PTR, is building on the success of the Try Tennis Free promotions last year to focus on a major campaign during the month of May 2015 to get more players on your courts and into the game. Industry research shows that 65% of players who begin tennis in introductory programming continue with the sport! Getting consumers “hooked” on tennis by “trying” it is half the battle. As the game of a lifetime, we’re confident that if we can just get consumers “foot on the court,” that as an industry we’ll have a tremendous opportunity to grow our player base and ultimately, the number of frequent tennis players. A simple click and few seconds of your time is all that is needed to highlight yourself and your business! Thanks for your support of the tennis industry and its efforts to grow the game and our sport.
The Focus & How to Get Involved (see collateral materials below)
- Getting new players into the game by having them take an introductory lesson, clinic, or other instructional program, with a certified teaching professional
- Plugging the leaky bucket of participation, increasing player retention
- Providing an industry supported “entry program” and messaging for consumers wanting to try tennis
- You make the Rules! Type of "Try Tennis program" offered is up to you (i.e. Play Days, Cardio Tennis class or any other intro format, subject to availability, advanced reservations required, etc.). You can have them email, call, or even contact you directly when they find your information at PlayTennis.com.
Register for Try Tennis Free
Does the potential of increasing your business and bringing new players to your facility interest you? If so, sign up to participate in the Try Tennis Free promotion! When you sign up to participate, consumers looking for places to take advantage of the promotion will be able to find you or your facility through a distinguished icon in the PlayTennis.com searches where you can list your introductory programs. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to call us at (843) 686-3036.Teaching Pro Sign-Up Facility Sign-Up
Tennis facilities and certified teaching pros around the US have signed on to offer free introductions to tennis to new and returning tennis players. Use the searches provided and look for the "Try Tennis Logo."