US Sports Camps and Nike Tennis Camps Announce Ten New Locations for Summer 2015

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Nike Tennis Camps, the largest sports camps network in the U.S., currently offers junior and adult overnight and day camps at over 80 locations nationwide. They are proud to announce the addition of ten new sites for summer 2015.

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We are thrilled to partner with such high quality venues, renowned directors, and to be able to provide more opportunities for more tennis players.

Nike Tennis Camps provide first-rate tennis instruction, match play, diversified social activities, exposure to life in a university setting – and the chance to build lasting friendships. More than 275,000 athletes have attended the camps over the course of Nike Tennis Camps’ 40-year history.

“We are thrilled to partner with such high quality venues, renowned directors, and to be able to provide more opportunities for more tennis players,” said Wendy Shpiz, Vice President, Nike Tennis Camps.

The new 2015 summer tennis camps are:

Junior Overnight and Day Camps:
Xavier University - Cincinnati, OH
Gonzaga University - Spokane, WA
Florida Gulf Coast University - Ft. Myers, FL
MB Sports Camps - Florida International University - Miami, FL
Charleston High Performance Camp - Charleston, WV

Junior Day Only Camps:
Carlos Goffi's Tournament Tough Camp - Disney's Wide World of Sports - Orlando, FL
Morgan State University – Baltimore, MD
El Paso, TX
Martha’s Vineyard -
Laurel School – Cleveland, OH

About US Sports Camps and 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, offering Nike softball, basketball, running, soccer, and numerous other sport camps. What began 40 years ago as one tennis camp, is now a national network offering more than 500 different sport camps across the country.

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

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