Want more city courts? Raise your voices and your rackets to be heard. Below are 6 reasons why!
The Raleigh Tennis community is booming. The number of players and leagues in Raleigh are growing faster than any of the other Southern region cities second only to Atlanta. Unfortunately, with no new courts built since 1997, the City of Raleigh's courts have not kept up with that growth.
Stagnant growth of courts has lead to above average wear and tear on existing courts, safety concerns, and staggered league matches. Without new courts, we have limited our ability to continue to grow programming or welcome large, revenue producing tournaments to the area. Join us in raising a racket at city council to petition for more staffed courts in Raleigh.
Raleigh N & O News!
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FACTS! READ BELOW:
-Last year we booked over 16K courts for spring league play
2nd only to Atlanta in the Southern Section when it comes to growth
-Leagues and players continue to grow by 10% each year
-Number of Courts have remained…No Courts built since 1997
-Pickleball has converted 2 tennis courts into Pickleball courts
-A Large Staffed Facility
-Enough courts to accommodate multiple matches and tournaments
-Indoor facilities / restrooms
-Maintenance to the courts
-Working Court Equipment
MORE COURTS IN RALEIGH!