NEW OUTDOOR BIN 

A new outdoor bin is in the design phase and may be made available as soon as this summer....

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Bill Riddle – Temple Hills

Excited to now have @recycleballs on site at Temple Hills Country Club. You can now recycle and repurpose your old tennis balls. Just drop them in the boxes provided and we will take care of the rest. #yellowisthenewgreen #recycleballs #tennis #recycle — with Recycleballs in Temple Hills Country Club....

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Recycleballs – Home

RECYCLEBALLS TAX DEDUCTION PROGRAM FOR PARTNER FACILITIES It's in the works and we hope to release some very good news soon!...

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RECYCLEBALLS IMPACT REPORT – 1st Quarter 2017

Recycle balls, a 501(c)3 non-profit, is inspiring a youth-powered movement to improve tennis and our planet with a mission to recycle all tennis balls in the US. Since January 1st, 44 facilities have now adopted the Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Program, which will see approximately 300 tennis courts recycling tennis balls that will not impact US landfills. This should account for approximately 30,000 balls per month. Programs & SolutionsObtained a patent pending on our Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Bins.Developed and rebranded our signature Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Program.Redesigned Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Bins for increased impact and functionality - these have been well received by the industry. Took delivery of 6,000 of these bins for initial distribution.Launched Pilot Program with 18 facility partners.Created a 10 bin facility setup/replacement package protocol...

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THE RECYCLEBALLS QUICKSHIP PROGRAM FOR TENNIS FACILITIES

The Recycleballs "no cost" QUICKSHIP program This image shows the setup package we provide all new facility relationships. This is also what we send to replace full bins that have been sent in. We are using inventory software to track all of this and are maintaining about 40 of these at all times - ready to ship....

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MISSION: Recycle all tennis balls in the US by 2020

RECYCLEBALLS PRESENTATION AT TIA CONFERENCE Ryan Senior (shown on left standing next to Derrick Senior) asking the nearly 250 Tennis Industry Association attendees in Orlando last week the following: "But regardless of whether you use our program or not. I am here today to ask you to take a PLEDGE and help start a movement in this country. How many of you would pledge to encourage recycling of tennis balls in their community this year? (most hands went up!) Recycleballs would love to be your partner in meeting this commitment and start a movement to inspire our youth. In closing, we want to give thanks to the TIA for their help in supporting these efforts." www.recycleballs.org...

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