The United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) has partnered with TGA Premier Youth Tennis (TGA) to introduce TGA’s business ownership opportunity and school-based activation model to USPTA members. The partnership will help grow tennis at the grassroots level and attract new business for USPTA Professionals.
TGA, which stands for Teach Grow Achieve, pioneered a school-based youth sports franchise model that makes tennis accessible to youth and families through a five level, instruction-based program for elementary students, and a play-based program for middle school students. Its specialized curriculums were developed in partnership with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and focuses on instilling a passion for youth tennis while promoting advancement, achievement and the attainment of life skills on and off the court.
The USPTA recognized that a relationship with TGA would positively impact its membership through the creation of new business ownership and job opportunities.
“TGA has developed a new generation model that could change the way we grow the sport of tennis,” said USPTA CEO John Embree. “To be able to provide a proven business model and increase the offering of full and part-time job opportunities to our members is critical for the future of our association and for our sport.”
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