USPTA World Conference Scheduled for September 2016

United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) Image: uspta.com
United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA)
Image: uspta.com

Allen Fitzsimmons serves as the CEO of Transitioning Forward, a fair market appraisal and resale service headquartered in Belchertown, Massachusetts. In addition to his responsibilities with Transitioning Forward, Allen Fitzsimmons is a certified instructor with the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA). The USPTA will hold its 2016 World Conference in September.

Considered the largest gathering of tennis professionals, manufacturers, industry leaders and representatives, and other tennis personnel, the USPTA World Conference serves as a premier educational event for the industry. Attending professionals partake in a variety of educational events, industry meetings, and evening parties. In addition, the conference features USPTA board and executive committee meetings and the nation’s largest tennis-only trade show. Participating USPTA members receive 10 continuing education credits for purchasing a full registration, plus additional credits for courses they attend. Session categories include teaching, business, sport science, and facility management.

Full registration for the event costs $440, although participants may register at the early-bird rate of $390 until September 10. Discount rates are also available for first-time attendees, new USPTA members, and groups of three or more USPTA members from the same club or facility. Specialty courses cost $50 per session to attend. The Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort and Spa in Indian Wells, California, will host the event September 25-29.

To learn more, visit uspta.com.

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