Posts tagged with 'Tennis'

Tennis Award!

This week the Tennis Industry Association presented the Industry Champions of Tennis 2019...Congratulations to the City Park/Pepsi Tennis Complex!

The national award is issued annually to honor those who are making a difference in the Tennis Industry.

City Park / Pepsi Tennis Center was named Public Park of the Year.

Arguably one of the best tennis complexes in the state, the facility offers 26 lighted courts (16 hard courts, 10 clay...

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City Park/Pepsi Tennis Center Wins National Award

Pictured: Patti Todd, Director of Tennis for the City Park/Pepsi Tennis Center

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has announced that City Park/Pepsi Tennis Center is one of 25 winners in the 38th annual USTA Facility Awards program, which recognizes excellence in the construction and/or renovation of tennis facilities throughout the country. City Park/Pepsi Tennis Center was honored at the USTA Semi-Annual Meeting at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City on August 29, 2019. City Park/Pepsi Tennis Center was the original home of...

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What happens to the Tennis Balls? Funny you should ask!

Reblogged from this page.

City Park / Pepsi Tennis Center is one of our largest partners, and another great example of a public facility focused on offering premiere tennis courts while staying committed to sustainability! Johanna Gundlach, the Sustainabilty Coordinator for City Park tells us that the public reaction to seeing Recycleballs bins on their courts is one of enthusiasm and curiosity. “People actually get excited about recycling their tennis balls, rather...

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Return of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Tennis Tournament

After nearly two decades the Allstate Sugar Bowl Tennis Tournament is returning to New Orleans City Park. Considered to be the finest tennis facility in the state, the event will be played at the City Park/Pepsi Tennis Center.

The Allstate Sugar Bowl Tennis Tournament is sanctioned by the United State Tennis Association and is expected to draw top players, 14 to 18 years old, from around the nine states of the Southern Section....

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