Skip to main content
Other
How to Plan & Execute Your Own Charity Tennis Event: The Aquinas League Model
(2010)
  • Beau James Brock
  • H. Barry Searles
Abstract
Aquinas League is a volunteer community organization whose goal has been to plan and execute community tennis fund-raisers over the past eight years in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. During this period, Aquinas League has organized over twenty events and our community has risen over $1 million dollars in net donations for area charities Hopefully through this guide, you and your committee can pick some helpful points to enhance your event. The revenue and quality of each part of your tournament should be viewed as a showcase for the marketing of the next year’s event. The best sales tool we can offer is a satisfied customer. There is nothing more rewarding than working hard with other volunteers to produce a quality tournament to benefit local charities. Please do not hesitate to call if you have any questions or concerns regarding your tournament. Aquinas League is here to help you and you can find much more information on our web site at www.aquinasleague.org and can contact us through the site. We believe this manual can help you if you are a beginner, somewhat experienced or a seasoned tennis fund-raiser.
Keywords
  • charity,
  • event organization,
  • tennis,
  • volunteer,
  • volunteerism,
  • Aquinas League
Publication Date
2010
Citation Information
Beau James Brock and H. Barry Searles. "How to Plan & Execute Your Own Charity Tennis Event: The Aquinas League Model" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/beau_brock/24/