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New England

Innovation Challenge Community Vote

December 07, 2020


For the past month, five teams have been working diligently towards enhancing tennis in New England as part of the Innovation Challenge. Now it's time for you to vote on your favorite idea! 

Please watch each group's one-minute video below and choose the idea that you believe is the most innovative and will have the greatest impact on New England tennis. This community vote counts for 20% of each team's final score, so please choose wisely!

 

The winning team will win $5,000 collectively, and the idea will be implemented into USTA New England's 2021 plans. 

 

The deadline to vote is on Thursday, December 10th by 5 pm. 

 

Vote now!

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