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TNE_Admin
02-06-2009, 11:43 AM
Hey Tennis Warehouse boardees,

Tennis League Network, LLC is prepared to get you the tennis partners through our league format. Our product has been refined over the past 5 years and has a pretty strong following in these cities:

DC, No. VA: http://www.tennisdc.com/
Boston: http://www.tennisnortheast.com/
Chicago: http://www.chitowntennis.com/
Los Angeles: http://www.tennislosangeles.com/
Philadelphia: http://www.tennisphilly.com/

We also run 20 other cities whose communities are growing. Send us an email and we'll connect you with the local community. We've also been partnered with Tennis Warehouse over the past year.

Tennis.League.Network@gmail.com

-Steve Chagnon

Verno Inferno
02-12-2009, 11:53 AM
Here's my endorsement:

The reason I'm back to playing tennis after an eight-year layoff is because of the ChiTown Tennis program in Chicago. It was great! I wanted to get back to playing, but since I moved to Chicago, I only know one friend who actually plays. I wasn't ready to shed the coin for a private club (indoor private clubs in Chicago can be pricey---but I must say fairly priced because we have such horrible winters and unplayable spring and fall months... supply/demand). So their league was perfect. This program got me up and playing twice a week against new people every week. And then I learned all sorts of tips and tricks from my opponents: best places to play in the city and at what times; the fact that there's a public indoor facility; where the best lights are---all sorts of stuff that would take you forever to learn about the local tennis scene if you are new.

If you're proactive you can play as much as you want, in my experience. I had to cut back when my elbow and ankle went on the fritz, but I was trying to play twice per week. All winter I've been itching for the Spring Season to start and I'm excited to see if I can get back to where I was 8 years ago and then beyond!

So if you're in Chicago or any of these other cities, join up! It's a blast and you meet great people.

TNE_Admin
03-15-2009, 07:19 AM
Here's my endorsement:

The reason I'm back to playing tennis after an eight-year layoff is because of the ChiTown Tennis program in Chicago. It was great! I wanted to get back to playing, but since I moved to Chicago, I only know one friend who actually plays. I wasn't ready to shed the coin for a private club (indoor private clubs in Chicago can be pricey---but I must say fairly priced because we have such horrible winters and unplayable spring and fall months... supply/demand). So their league was perfect. This program got me up and playing twice a week against new people every week. And then I learned all sorts of tips and tricks from my opponents: best places to play in the city and at what times; the fact that there's a public indoor facility; where the best lights are---all sorts of stuff that would take you forever to learn about the local tennis scene if you are new.

If you're proactive you can play as much as you want, in my experience. I had to cut back when my elbow and ankle went on the fritz, but I was trying to play twice per week. All winter I've been itching for the Spring Season to start and I'm excited to see if I can get back to where I was 8 years ago and then beyond!

So if you're in Chicago or any of these other cities, join up! It's a blast and you meet great people.


Thanks for the extremely nice endorsement.

TNE_Admin
03-11-2010, 05:17 AM
We did things in reverse order, we established 34 individual tennis communities and now finally have our corporate website complete:
http://www.tennisleaguenetwork.com/

Most of you know us as:
DC, No. VA: http://www.tennisdc.com/
Boston: http://www.tennisnortheast.com/
Chicago: http://www.chitowntennis.com/
Los Angeles: http://www.tennislosangeles.com/
Philadelphia: http://www.tennisphilly.com/
Miami: http://www.Tennis-Miami.com
SF: http://www.TennisSF.com

or one of the 27 other communities.

del
03-13-2010, 07:41 AM
Tried several times over the past week, the links below do not work. Says cannot find sever, the page cannot be displayed.

We did things in reverse order, we established 34 individual tennis communities and now finally have our corporate website complete:
http://www.tennisleaguenetwork.com/

Most of you know us as:
DC, No. VA: http://www.tennisdc.com/
Boston: http://www.tennisnortheast.com/
Chicago: http://www.chitowntennis.com/
Los Angeles: http://www.tennislosangeles.com/
Philadelphia: http://www.tennisphilly.com/
Miami: http://www.Tennis-Miami.com
SF: http://www.TennisSF.com

or one of the 27 other communities.

skandy
03-13-2010, 03:37 PM
Too bad tennisphilly's spring season starts on April, 13th - it's already nice and warm here, why not start it a couple of weeks earlier?

TNE_Admin
03-14-2010, 05:05 AM
The tennis partner program will be pushed up two weeks and start next week.

The league date is plugged into people's schedules so its a little harder to move.

TNE_Admin
03-14-2010, 05:06 AM
We've had 99.9% uptime, with only software refreshes being our downtime. Not sure on the issue.