WESTBOROUGH, MA – USTA New England has announced a strategic partnership with Grand Slam Tennis Tours as the Official Travel Partner of the section.
Grand Slam Tennis Tours takes thousands of tennis fans annually on tourism experiences to major events around the world. As a New England-based company, Grand Slam Tennis Tours is aligned in our commitment to create tennis players and fans for life through best-in-class experiences.
“Grand Slam Tennis Tours is a company that curates one-of-a-kind travel experiences for tennis enthusiasts. With over 30 years experience delighting their customers, we are excited to further bring those experiences to our New England tennis community through exclusive discounts, experiences and rewards,” said Lindsey Keeler, CEO and Executive Director of USTA New England.
Throughout the partnership, the two organizations are working together to provide special deals on tennis trips for USTA New England members and craft unique experiences, including a US Open watch party at the taproom of USTA New England’s Official Beer Partner, True North Ale Company.
In addition, Grand Slam Tennis Tours is supporting the USTA League program, the largest adult recreational sports league in the country for players of all skill levels. They will provide a select number of complimentary tour packages as a way to reward and recognize some of our USTA League captains.
“We’re thrilled to continue our long-standing work with USTA New England, which creates a powerful dynamic of tennis passion and unparalleled experiences both within the New England community and the global tennis community. Grand Slam Tennis Tours is excited to serve up unforgettable moments with USTA New England and take our partnership to new heights,” said Andrew Chmura, President of Grand Slam Tennis Tours.
With more than 1.1 million tennis players in New England and interest continuing to rise, this two-year agreement comes during National Tennis Month as the USTA drives additional awareness of the growth and unique health benefits of tennis.
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