Nike Tennis Camps Announces 12 New Locations for 2011 Summer Camp Season

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With the largest offering of summer tennis camps in the United States, the Nike Tennis Camps network now consists of 81 locations.

High quality venues and ease of access are two prominent benefits in providing the best possible tennis camp experience.

Nike Tennis Camps offer junior and adult overnight and day camps at 81 locations nationwide. The camps provide first-rate instruction, match play, diversified social activities, exposure to life in a university setting – and the chance to build lasting friendships. More than 220,000 athletes have attended the camps over the course of Nike Tennis Camps’ 35-year history.

“High quality venues and ease of access are two prominent benefits in providing the best possible tennis camp experience,” said Wendy Shpiz, national marketing director, Nike Tennis Camps. “More than 95 percent of tennis campers live within a three-hour drive of our summer camps, so it’s great to be able to provide more opportunities for more tennis players.”

The new 2011 summer tennis camps are based in the following locations: University of Denver, Robbie Wagner’s Tournament Training Center in Glen Cove, Purdue University, Charlotte Latin School, Colgate University, The Hampton’s Montauk Racquet Club, The New Hampton School, Soka University, The Citadel, Main Sail Hotel in Tampa, Ocean Reef Club and Red Pine Club at the Canyons Resort.

About Nike Tennis Camps

Founded in 1975, Nike Tennis Camps is a division of US Sports Camps. Headquartered in San Rafael, CA (just outside of San Francisco), US Sports Camps is America’s largest sports camp company, also offering Nike softball camps, running camps, soccer camps, and numerous other sports. What began 35 years as one tennis camp is now a national network with more than 500 camps across the country in a wide variety of sports.

For more information on Nike Tennis Camps and US Sports Camps, please visit the company’s website at or phone 1-800-NIKE-CAMP.

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