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PRESS RELEASE: Tennis Industry to Pioneer Ball Recycling Program.

PRESS RELEASE: Tennis Industry to Pioneer Ball Recycling Program A first of its kind program launches at the T.O.M Conference ORLANDO, FL - March 15, 2017 - Derrick Senior and his 18-year-old son Ryan, co-founders of the non-profit Recycleballs, will address industry leaders at the annual T.O.M. Conference on March 27 to promote the mission of recycling all tennis balls in the US by 2020. Recycleballs will launch the national Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Program at the conference after months of pilot testing in New England. T.O.M. Conference attendees will be invited to create a positive change by partnering with Recycleballs and adopting their cost-free Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Program. This program features unique patent pending bins, posters and more as part of a comprehensive...

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CHAMPION PROFILE: Shaun Zemanek of Top Notch

CHAMPION PROFILE: Shaun Zemanek of Top Notch “This is such a great idea, we now have a solution” This is the first in a series of profile interviews with Recycleballs Champions - tennis athletes that passionately care about the sport of tennis and the environment. These leaders are mobilizing their community to improve tennis by implementing the Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Program. One such athlete is Shaun Zemanek from Stowe Vermont, who is pictured here on the right with Simba Happy. Shaun is Head Tennis Professional at Topnotch Resort and Spa, one of the Top Ten U.S. Tennis Resorts. Since the start of his career in Brisbane Australia, he has trained many successful USTA teams and competitive players, sharing his experience from working with...

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Recycleballs partners with  Kids on the Ball 

COURTSFORKIDS - KIDS ON THE BALL Happy to announce that Recycleballs has partnered with Jake Agna and KIDS ON THE BALL towards creating courts for kids from recycled tennis balls. This organization made recent history by installing new donated tennis courts at the national tennis center in Havana, Cuba....

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CRUSHING IT – A TENNIS BALL IS TRANSFORMED

Our first in-house attempts at transforming tennis balls into a cost effective storage and shipping medium. We estimate we can ship about 750,000 balls in one truckload instead of only 173,000 uncrushed. This may go a long way towards reducing overall costs in the "supply chain" of transforming tennis balls into state-of-the-art recycled tennis courts or surfaces....

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7,200 TENNIS BALLS KEPT OUT OF USA LANDFILLS!   

There is GREEN in tennis thanks to many players and our many new partners who have adopted the RECYCLEBALLS QUICKSHIP program. The bins make for a perfect shippable configuration. A pallet will hold 7,200 recycled tennis balls. We will need 34 pallets to meet our upcoming COURTSFORKIDS CHALLENGE that is still under development. BTW, we trash over 135 million non-decomposing tennis balls into US landfills every year. Tennis facility setup/replacement packages are shown at bottom right....

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