If you're looking for information on Community Tennis Associations (CTAs) in the Midwest, you've come to the right place. This page is a one-stop-shop to find information on the process of forming, managing and improving a CTA.
WHAT IS A CTA?
A USTA Community Tennis Association (CTA) is “any incorporated, geographically defined, not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization that supports or provides comprehensive programs.” As an association, the group works to establish, coordinate and maintain tennis programs and services; guaranteeing that they are open and accessible to all. Community Tennis Associations may act as advocates, program administrators, promoters or fundraisers. Fueled by local volunteers, they exist to promote and develop the game of tennis in the community. There are approximately 750 registered USTA Community Tennis Associations across the United States. These CTAs develop and promote tennis at the grassroots level, many of these organizations partner with other community organizations to help grow tennis at the local level.
CTAs, like many other community-based sports organizations, are “non-profit businesses” with the same challenges and obligations of other businesses including governance, administration, finances, IRS compliance, marketing, etc.
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