VIDEO SPOTLIGHT: Kiwi Tennis Center
By Space Coast Daily // April 29, 2013
USTA Florida Member Organization of the Year
ABOVE VIDEO: Whether you are a casual player looking for some fun exercise or a serious challenger wanting to perfect your game, the Kiwi Tennis Club prides itself in its personalized “match-arranging” services.
BREVARD COUNTY • INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH, FLORIDA – Named the USTA Florida Member Organization of the Year in 2012, the Kiwi Tennis Center is a landmark facility in Central Florida.
Located minutes from the beach, the Kiwi Tennis Club features world-class tennis facilities as well as a relaxed social atmosphere.
Kiwi Tennis Club features 13 lit courts, nine of which are clay surfaced, casual fine dining at the Palm Cafe, a state-of-the-art fitness facility, pro shop, banquet facilities and much more.
Kiwi’s true essence lies in its ongoing group programs, social calendar and spirited playing environment, working to bring members and families together through a mutual love for the game. Whether you are a casual player looking for some fun exercise or a serious challenger wanting to perfect your game, the Kiwi Tennis Club prides itself in its personalized “match-arranging” services.
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Kiwi Tennis Center is a site for numerous charity and community tennis events including: Aces for Autism, which raises money and awareness for autism treatment; Girls Empowerment Tennis Workshop, benefiting the daughters of women that were the victims of domestic violence; Girl Scout Troop Tennis Badge fulfillment workshop; hosting college exhibitions and matches for the Florida Institute of Technology and Oxford University teams; hosting the To Serve with Love fundraiser for the Women’s Center Domestic Violence Shelter; and offering a full slate of USTA adult and junior leagues and tournaments.
“Multiple additional fundraisers are held year to year on an ad-hoc basis with local charities and schools,” said Holly Baney, director of special events.
“Besides events, the club supports the USTA mission with local school programs, after-school programs and Play Days, and both men’s and women’s USTA Pro Circuit events in concert with multiple community outreach events. Too numerous to mention are the events and programs supported by the club’s pros and staff, who strive to keep all ages involved in the sport of a lifetime,” said Baney.
For more information call 321-698-0888 or log on to KiwiProTennis.com