Feb 09, 2014
Nike Tennis Camps Announces Babolat as Official Racket Sponsor
(PRWEB) January 28, 2014 – Nike Tennis Camps is thrilled to announce Babolat as the official racket sponsor for the 2014 summer camps.
Founded in Lyon, France 1875, Babolat invented racket strings and is the oldest company specializing in racket sports. The Babolat "Double line" logo is easily identifiable (white, black or yellow on frames and black or red on strings). Babolat has built its reputation by offering products at the forefront of technology and by supplying equipment to generations of champions who have won the most prestigious competitions.
Today, Babolat can be found in more than 100 countries, 20 000 sporting goods stores and 20 000 partner clubs. Babolat offers a complete range of products for tennis players, with an offer to suit every style of play.
"Babolat continues to drive the game of tennis forward with its innovative products," says National Director of Nike Tennis Camps, Wendy Shpiz. "It's a perfect fit for our camps as we strive to provide the best environment for our campers to grow and get better."
The goal of Nike Tennis Camps is to provide an unparalleled summer camp experience for growth and development of youth tennis players by immersing them in the sport and giving them the kind of focused, intensive training essential for their improvement.
More information about Babolat can be found on www.Babolat.com . For camp information, please visit www.USSportsCamps.com .
About US Sports Camps, Inc.
US Sports Camps (USSC), headquartered in San Rafael, California, is America’s largest sports camp network and the licensed operator of Nike Sports Camps. The company has offered summer camps since 1975 with the same mission that defines it today: to shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement. Players, coaches, parents and others interested in Nike Ultimate Camps and US Sports Camps can visit the company’s website at www.USSportsCamps.com.
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