Need Help Setting up a pro shop...

Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by altawolfe, Mar 8, 2004.

  1. altawolfe

    altawolfe Banned

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    I'm setting up a pro shop for a small seasonal tennis club. I plan to sell racquets, sneaks, clothing, balls & accessories -- spending less than $4000. I would not mind going exclusive, with one Sporting Goods Company. My main concern is cost and convenience. Any ideas on where I should buy this stuff? [I'm calling all the majors, Prince, Wilson, Yonex, ect, but I wanted to see if anyone out there has a strong opinion or suggestion. Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. Jerry Seinfeld

    Jerry Seinfeld Professional

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    Sounds exciting! Good luck to you. I don;t have much advice to offer, but I am envious of you.

    Best wishes for much success!
     
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  3. bfonz7

    bfonz7 Rookie

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    I think owning a tennis pro shop would be an awesome career, like helping out customers and findhing the right frame for their game. however tennis isnt a popular sport sadly so most of us saps have to deal with sports authorities little selection of wilson, prince, head, and yonex frames or visit the wonderful place that is Tennis Warehouse:)
     
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