Tennis Industry News

Har-Tru is the Official Provider of Teaching Carts, Ball Mowers & Ball Baskets for the USPTA!

May 2017:  The United States Professional Tennis Association announced today it will enter into a three-year agreement with Har-Tru, the leader in clay tennis courts, court equipment and accessories. Under the terms of agreement, Har-Tru will become the official provider of teaching carts, ball mowers and ball baskets of the association.

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Upcoming 2017 Har-Tru Seminars

August 2017: Indoor Tennis Court Maintenance Seminar at Randall’s Island.  VelveTop and SportTime will join Har-Tru to demonstrate and discuss indoor tennis court maintenance techniques.  Call Har-Tru for more information and registration at 1.877.442.7878.

Supplier of Distinction – 2016

We are pleased to be selected by the American Sports Builders’ Association (ASBA) to receive the association’s Supplier of Distinction Certificate for 2016. The certificate is given to companies that illustrate their commitment and dedication to the construction and renovation of tennis courts, running tracks, sports fields and indoor sports facilities through involvement with the ASBA and related organizations. Har-Tru was the only supplier in the entire organization to receive the award.

 The award reflects the company’s broad and consistent involvement in the tennis industry across the globe.  Har-Tru was one of the founding member companies of the ASBA (then the US Tennis Court and Track Builders Association) in 1965, and continues to participate in the association by delivering educational content at conferences and serving as a long-time sponsor of the association tennis tournament. Additionally, in 2016, Har-Tru made a massive contribution to the development and completion of the New Home of American Tennis – the USTA’s National Campus in Orlando, Florida.

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Har-Tru is a proud member of the following organizations with whom we volunteer, serve in committee and board positions, provide educational content at conferences and events, and support specific projects or joint goals: the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) • the United States Tennis Association (USTA) • the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) • the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) • the Tennis Industry Association (TIA)