WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. , Jan. 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Beginning January 2017, CourtHarbor, http://www.courtharbor.com , will kick off its giveback program, AdLove, which supports youth in under-served tennis communities.
Each quarter, CourtHarbor has committed to give 15 percent of its net profit to one deserving school or organization. Nominations are currently being encouraged and accepted at firstname.lastname@example.org .
As part of AdLove, CourtHarbor will also offer life skills sessions to high school students in North Carolina’s Triad focused on personal and career development. Successful business professionals from various lines of work will participate in these sessions, according to CourtHarbor Founder/President Jon McLamb.
“Creating and providing opportunities and resources to tennis programs that might not otherwise have them is extremely important to our team, as is giving back to our community with our own time and resources,” he says. “Through AdLove, we are able to do each of these and put our ‘why’ into action at CourtHarbor in meaningful and purposeful ways. We’re fortunate in the Triad to have so many sharp and talented professionals in various lines of business. So, we’re excited about these individuals sharing their career and life experience, along with their wisdom and insight, with high school students throughout the Triad. ”
For more information on AdLove, visit http://www.courtharbor.com/adlove/
CourtHarbor has created and developed free-standing tennis court dividers providing facilities a unique, on-court way to promote their brand while experiencing safer, less interrupted tennis. The court dividers are grabbing nationwide attention of tennis coaches and teaching professionals that are looking for a creative way to effectively promote their brand and enhance the look and feel of their courts. CourtHarbor is able to customize each court divider with logos or designs provided by the club, school or tennis center.
“The court dividers are quickly becoming popular at the college tennis level. Furman University , University of North Carolina-Wilmington , Boise State University , Oglethorpe University , Georgia Gwinnett College , University of Tennessee , University of Minnesota, Kennesaw State University and University of Wisconsin-Whitewater are among a host of college programs that have added the court dividers. Duke University , West Virginia University and Stephen F. Austin State University are CourtHarbor’s most recent additions. University of Kentucky , East Carolina University , Elon University and University of North Carolina will be adding court dividers to their facilities in the coming weeks,” McLamb says.
“It’s exciting for our team at CourtHarbor to see the value our product is bringing to tennis facilities throughout the country,” he says. “Our goal of providing a product that enhances the tennis experience by cutting down on the amount of interrupted play, and the added element of offering facilities a creative approach to branding, brings our team a lot of satisfaction. ”
CourtHarbor’s name is also spreading to the private and public tennis sectors. Concord Country Club (MA) recently added the court dividers joining West Side Tennis Club Forest Hills in New York (former host site of the U. S. Open); Field Club of Greenwich (CT); North Hills Club in Raleigh, North Carolina ; and The Clubs at St. James Plantation in Southport, North Carolina , as private tennis clubs that have added the court dividers to their facilities. Mecklenburg County Park & Recreation Department in Charlotte, NC recently increased their commitment and will soon have 22 court dividers at their public facilities.
CourtHarbor’s innovative products, which are 100-percent American made, provide tennis facilities the ability to maximize their home court advantage by promoting their brand in a variety of ways. In addition to their court dividers, CourtHarbor produces custom logo court number signs, net signs and windscreens.
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