People to People Sports Ambassador Program

So today my brothers and I received letters from People to People Sports Amabassador Programs. Has anyone heard of this before or have been invited too? The letter says something about an invitational tournament in Austria. Since I'm not a particularly good player, not enough to attract international attention, the letter becomes all the more mysterious. If anyone has done this before or has any information about this that we should know, please reply. Thank you.
 

mcutilize

Professional
igot this for grades and for tennis going into 8th ande freshman year (soph now). its pretty expensive the tennis one is short like one week only
 

scraps234

Hall of Fame
i got one and i went to one metting... it didnt really look very competitive but looked fun... the price was very high though
 
My son and daughter have received thsoe letters for years. My daughter's friend went to a soccer program in Amsterdam with P2P, she had fun but it was not competitive.
 

tennismom42

Semi-Pro
So today my brothers and I received letters from People to People Sports Amabassador Programs. Has anyone heard of this before or have been invited too? The letter says something about an invitational tournament in Austria. Since I'm not a particularly good player, not enough to attract international attention, the letter becomes all the more mysterious. If anyone has done this before or has any information about this that we should know, please reply. Thank you.
Yea, we got those too. We went to a big auditorium meeting. All kids from all sports were there. It's a business -- understand that. They are glorified travel agents trying to get you to europe to play your sport. It's very, very expensive.
 

woodfield824

New User
i got this going into eighth grade. Didn't go because my parents thought Austria was a bad country sice WW2. Heard its a lot of money for 2 weeks. like 10,000.
 
They just buy name lists of kids who play in any local sports program. Like someone said, it is a very expensive travel agency. Certainly a ton of better ways to spend that amount of money.
 

tennismom42

Semi-Pro
They just buy name lists of kids who play in any local sports program. Like someone said, it is a very expensive travel agency. Certainly a ton of better ways to spend that amount of money.
I think I know where they are buying the birthday list. When my son was a toddler, I signed him up for the "birthday club" at McDonalds, with my mom's address. So, all this age-specific junk mail has been coming to my mom's address including military recruiters, college planners. etc.

Note to self -- beware of McDonald's Birthday Club
 
I think I know where they are buying the birthday list. When my son was a toddler, I signed him up for the "birthday club" at McDonalds, with my mom's address. So, all this age-specific junk mail has been coming to my mom's address including military recruiters, college planners. etc.

Note to self -- beware of McDonald's Birthday Club
Ha, I hear that. My 4 year old gets more junk mail than I do!
 

Gmedlo

Professional
I'm sure you could get 2-3 years of twice-weekly private lessons for less than the cost of a p2p program.
 

Barfy

New User
i did the P2P program last year. 6 grand for italy france and europe. reason its so expensive is because europe is so expensive. i did the touristic one and i can tell you its worth the money. got tours of all museums we went to and got VIP entrance in the vatican. my trip included a homestay. i wish i could do the tennis one but they don't have it in the west coast.
 
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