Now is your chance to get your name on the US Open’s Avenue of Aces before the 2020 Grand Slam event, and you can do so while helping the USTA Florida Section Foundation grow Florida grassroots tennis at the same time.
Buy a brick and pave the way! 50% of net proceeds will help enhance the lives of young people who participate in tennis and education programs supported by the USTA Florida Section Foundation (photo courtesy https://t.co/LRGSsSbbF4).
— USTA Florida Section Foundation (@ustafloridafndn) May 13, 2019
The unique and limited Brick & Paver Program provides an opportunity to connect yourself to the game’s legendary champions and one of the world’s greatest sporting events, the US Open. You can create a lasting impression on the next generation who love the game and all its benefits, by helping “pave the way” for them both on and off the court. And as a Florida tennis supporter, when you cement your name in history on the Avenue of Aces, 50% of the proceeds will go toward the USTA Florida Section Foundation.
The Avenue of Aces is the eye-catching stretch of engraved pavers at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Ten “neighborhoods” are each “home” to a former US Open champion, including Andre Agassi (sold out), Billie Jean King, Chris Evert, Stefanie Graf, Ivan Lendl, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Pete Sampras, and wheelchair tennis pioneer Randy Snow. You can select where you want to reside — your new home away from home.
Since 2010 the USTA Florida Section Foundation has awarded more than $1,300,000 in grants for tennis programs serving people of all ages and abilities throughout Florida. To support Florida recreational grassroots tennis with a “Play Tennis!” plate go to www.ustafloridafoundation.com.
With a mission of “Changing Lives through Tennis,” the USTA Florida Section Foundation provides financial support to organizations that help people of all ages and abilities improve their health and quality of life through the great game of tennis.