RECYCLING TENNIS BALLS IN ORLANDO!

"Rich Walker and the Country Club of Orlando are new to the QUICKSHIP program but they have already saved 1000 tennis balls from our US landfills! A huge shout out to the pros and players at CCO for making this happen so quickly. You are inspiring us and others to recycle all tennis balls in our communities."

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Tennibot

"THIS BOT HUNTS DOWN ALL TENNIS BALLS!
We are hoping that this new BOT from our friends at Tennibot will be able to take older tennis balls and put them right into our QUICKSHIP bins and help meet our mission of recycling all tennis balls in the USA. For more information about the bot visit http://tennibot.com/. For more information about our, Quickship Program visit http://www.recycleballs.org/."

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Tennibot

" THE BOT THAT HUNTS DOWN ALL TENNIS BALLS!

We are hoping that this new BOT from our friends at Tennibot will be able to take older tennis balls and put them right into our QUICKSHIP bins and help meet our mission of recycling all tennis balls in the USA. For more information about the bot visit http://tennibot.com/. For more information about our QUICKSHIP Program visit http://www.recycleballs.org/."

 

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A SIGN BASE MADE WITH RECYCLED TENNIS BALLS!

The RecycleBalls team showcases the first portable sign base made from our partner facilities' recycled tennis balls! We could not be prouder to be working with Bill Robbins and his crew at RubberForm towards developing recycled tennis ball products that are not only socially and environmentally responsible but that may actually improve lives. Our non-profit mission? To recycle all tennis balls in the USA. Pictured from left to right are Amelia Weeks, Zoe Drummond, Julia Rodriguez, Derrick Senior and Erik Kernan. More information about Rubberform athttps://rubberform.com/ and more information about RecycleBalls at www.recycleballs.org

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A SIGN BASE MADE WITH RECYCLED TENNIS BALLS!

"The RecycleBalls team showcases the first portable sign base made from our partner facilities' recycled tennis balls! We could not be prouder to be working with Bill Robbins and his crew at RubberForm towards developing recycled tennis ball products that are not only socially and environmentally responsible but that may actually improve lives. Our non-profit mission? To recycle all tennis balls in the USA. Pictured from left to right are Amelia Weeks, Zoe Drummond, Julia Rodriguez, Derrick Senior and Erik Kernan. More information about Rubberform athttps://rubberform.com/ and more information about RecycleBalls at www.recycleballs.org"

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Recycling tennis balls as a profit stream? 

The Recycleballs Tax Deduction program allows partner facilities to leverage every tennis ball donated to Recycleballs. Recycleballs, a youth-powered 501(c)3 nonprofit, in partnership with a growing network of volunteers, is championing a mission to recycle all tennis balls in our communities, nationwide.

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RB CHAMPION PROFILE: JIM HARP

“I’m grateful for an organization that gives back to a game that gives so much to others. I think once you expand and get more partners involved, this will change the sport and its impact on the environment."

 

This is one profile in a series of interviews with RB Champions; tennis athletes and professionals who passionately care about the sport of tennis and the environment. These leaders are mobilizing their tennis communities to positively impact US tennis by recycling tennis balls.


One such Champion is Jim Harp from Cumming, Georgia.
Jim is the owner of Harp Performance Tennis Inc. at www.harptennis.com, and was introduced to the game at nine years old. He has now been involved in the sport for 41 years...

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RECYCLING TENNIS BALLS IN ORLANDO: Rich Walker

Rich Walker and the Country Club of Orlando have just started with the QUICKSHIP program yet have already saved 1000 tennis balls from our US landfills! A huge shout out to the pros and players at CCO for making this happen so quickly. You are inspiring us and others to recycle all tennis balls in our communities.RECYCLING TENNIS BALLS IN ORLANDO!
Rich Walker and the Country Club of Orlando have just started with the QUICKSHIP program yet have already saved 1000 tennis balls from our US landfills! A huge shout out to the pros and players at CCO for making this happen so quickly. You are inspiring us and others to recycle all tennis balls in our communities.

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