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CTA Spotlight:

CORTA 

Erin Maher  |  March 31, 2018
<h1>CTA Spotlight:</h1>
<h2>CORTA&nbsp;</h2>
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Columbus Regional Tennis Association, also known as CORTA, located in Columbus, Ga., was originally founded in 1952. 

 

Their mission is "to promote and develop the growth of tennis." This non-profit organization has a current membership of over 2,300 and is located at Cooper Creek Tennis Center, the nation's largest public clay court facility.

 

They offer a number of programs for tennis players of all ages, including beginner tennis clinics, a junior program, cardio tennis and much more. 

 

Since the early 1990s, CORTA’s annual Awards Program has been acknowledging players, current sponsors, donors and has been an invaluable tool in generating publicity and spreading the sport to the Columbus community. 

 

“Our Awards Program has been beneficial in recognizing the successes of our tennis community. ADVERTISEMENT We believe it’s important to acknowledge players of all ages, for both their success on the court as well as their service,” said Judy Pearce, Executive Director, CORTA. “The recognition of these individuals not only shows our appreciation of the winner, but it allows us to celebrate their success in a public way.  We want them to know we are proud of them!”

 

For more information on CORTA, visit www.corta.org.  

 

Photo courtesy of CORTA

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