| By Long Island Tennis Magazine Staff
Last year, the New York Tennis Expo brought together more than 5,200 people for this one-of-a-kind event, and we expect an even bigger turnout when the event returns on Sunday, February 9.


Last year, the New York Tennis Expo brought together more than 5,200 people for this one-of-a-kind event, and we expect an even bigger turnout when the event returns on Sunday, February 9.

The Expo has something for the whole family, and activities for the non-tennis fan.

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For companies and brands looking to introduce itself to thousands and thousands of people, there is no better event. But don’t take it from us; here is what some of our 2019 exhibitors and attendees had to say about last year’s event and why they are returning in 2020:

“The events were carefully planned, lively and had the feel of being both an intimate community event, as well as a major tennis happening. Every other vendor I spoke with, as well as the people I had encouraged to attend, were very pleased. Bravo to Long Island and New York Tennis Magazines. The local area needs your unifying presence.”—Steven Kaplan, Managing Director, Bethpage Park Tennis Center

“The Expo was again a huge success. It’s a great opportunity to network with the community and the other vendors. Thank you to David Sickmen and his staff for organizing this incredible event.”—Kathy Miller, General Manager, Carefree Racquet Club

"Thanks again to Long Island Tennis Magazine for welcoming us to the New York Open and the New York Tennis Expo. Each year, we develop valuable new connections with local tennis clubs and players, and are able to re-establish ties with our existing friends and travelers. At the 2019 Expo, we were thrilled to have the chance to be interviewed on the Broadcast Plaza, which helped us to spread the word about our upcoming international tournaments. We'll see you all in 2020 for sure!"—Lisa Scholtes, Managing Partner, Elite Tennis Travel

“The New York Tennis Expo was clearly the place to be for tennis enthusiasts. The atmosphere was exciting, with lots of family-friendly activities and exhibitors from all facets of the industry. A well-attended event, providing us the exposure and brand awareness we were hoping for.”—Ian McCormick, Vice President Sales and Marketing, The Farley Group

“The Expo created a lot of excitement around the Long Island tennis community, and it was a great time for everyone, offering tennis fanatics and casual fans alike the opportunity to bring their families to a free event where you can meet professional tennis players with tons of activities, on-court demos and off-court information sessions is great for the game of tennis. SPORTIME is always looking for opportunities to engage with the local tennis communities of New York.”—Jason Wass, Regional Director of Tennis, SPORTIME

"Our participation in this year’s New York Tennis Expo gave us the ability to engage and interact with a very meaningful tennis audience. The New York tennis community embraced the event, so it was a great opportunity for us to expose the Evert Tennis Academy and give face-to-face details about our programs! Congratulations on a well-run event!"–Ricardo Acioly, Tennis Director, Evert Tennis Academy

“The New York Tennis Expo provides a unique opportunity for tennis players from around the Tri-State Area to gather and explore the latest in sports innovation. At the AceSpace booth, we were able to introduce our court-booking app to a diverse group of players looking to improve their everyday tennis experience. We had a great time meeting everyone, and the AceSpace team is already looking forward to next year's Expo!”—Chris Sabaitis, Founder, AceSpace

“The USTA Eastern LI Regional Council was proud to participate and be a part of the 2019 Tennis Expo. Our volunteers participated in all facets of the Expo, including volunteering at the USTA Membership Appreciation table where we handed out thank you gifts to hundreds of USTA members and informed them of Net Generation programming and upcoming events. USTA Eastern was also proud to sponsor the Net Gen Court, which was filled throughout the day by children who were able to pick up a racket and play red and orange ball tennis, many for the first time. It's this type of fun, grassroots tennis which helps us to grow the game.”—Jonathan Klee, USTA Eastern LI Regional Director

You can secure your FREE Expo ticket by visiting 2020NYTennisExpo.EventBrite.com, and be sure to contact info@usptennis.com with any questions.