We are thrilled to be working with Nicole,” said Qranc founder and CEO, Parker Marquis. “She exemplifies the next generation of tennis players that Qranc is looking to reach. She’s dynamic on the court, and is a strong and positive role model for players of all ages and skill levels.
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (PRWEB) January 26, 2023
Tennis and pickleball equipment manufacturer Qrac is excited to announce that they have partnered with doubles champion Nicole Melichar-Martinez, who has signed on to act as the company’s new ambassador.
“We are thrilled to be working with Nicole,” said Qranc founder and CEO, Parker Marquis. “She exemplifies the next generation of tennis players that Qranc is looking to reach. She’s dynamic on the court, and is a strong and positive role model for players of all ages and skill levels.”
Melichar-Martinez has won one Grand Slam title, winning the mixed-doubles crown at the 2018 Wimbledon Championships, and is also a two-time Grand Slam finalist in women's doubles, finishing runner-up at the 2018 Wimbledon Championships and the 2020 US Open. She has also reached three WTA 1000 finals; two at the Cincinnati Open in 2020 and 2022, and one at the Canadian Open, also in 2022.
Melichar-Martinez will be helping Qranc roll out its one-of-a-kind subscription tennis ball service. Consumers will have the option to subscribe to a set ball order that will be placed and shipped to them every 30 days.
“A can of balls will last between one and four weeks of recreational play, with balls used in competitive tennis lasting as little as one to three hours,” said Marquis. “There is a high demand for tennis balls. The online marketplace has definitely added a level of convenience for consumers, but we’re looking to take that convenience one step further.”
Qranc’s tennis balls are designed for all skill levels and approved for the most competitive play by the ITF, so they’re confident that they can stack up to their competitors in terms of quality. “Our goal is to ensure that our customers don’t have to worry about purchasing new balls, and can instead focus their efforts on their tennis game,” said Marquis.
For more info, visit Qranc.com.