The Kennedy Funding Invitational Tennis Tournament for 2007 to Feature
Superstar Pete Sampras & Top-Ranked Players

Sponsorship Proceeds Will Benefit Two NJ Hospitals

Hackensack, NJ, May 11, 2007 Ė Pete Sampras, former World No. 1
player, will make his highly anticipated debut in The Kennedy Funding
Invitational for 2007, one of the most prestigious tennis events of
the year. The Kennedy Funding Invitational, presented by Cole Schotz,
Meisel, Forman and Leonard, PA is a benefit tournament for two area
hospital breast care centers. Co-Directors James Miller, Mitch Klein,
and Kevin Wolfer have put together one of the finest competitions in
the U.S. For 2007, the players who will be competing in The Beer
Family Menís Tournament include: returning 2006 Champion Paul
Goldstein from Rockville, Maryland; Justin Gimelstob from Morristown,
NJ, plus Robby Ginepri, Robert Kendrick, Amir Delic and many other
players from around the world who are ranked in the ATP top 100. New
for 2007 will be The Kaplen Family Womenís Tournament, featuring eight
of the top professional players in the world including Meghann
Shaughnessy, Ashley Harkleroad and others.

As a special added bonus for 2007, The Kennedy Funding Invitational
will feature an appearance by the legendary former World No. 1-ranked
Pete Sampras, playing in an eagerly awaited exhibition match. During
his 15 year career, he won a record 14 Grand Slam men's singles titles
in 52 appearances and finished the year as No. 1 on the ATP rankings
for six consecutive years, a record for the open era and tying him for
third all-time. Sampras won the singles title at Wimbledon seven
times, an all-time record shared with William Renshaw. He also won
five singles titles at the U.S. Open, an open era record shared with
Jimmy Connors.

The setting will once again be the prestigious Dellwood Country Club
in New City, NY, with its 12 Har Tru tennis courts, 18-hole
Tillinghast-designed golf course, sumptuous banquet facilities, and

Admission to The Kennedy Funding Invitational is free to the public,
and all proceeds will go to Englewood Hospital and Nyack Hospital.
The 2006 tournament resulted in over a $250,000 contribution to
Englewood Hospital & Medical Center, and 2007ís contribution is
expected to approach $400,000.

For more information about The Kennedy Funding Invitational, please
call James Miller at (917) 607-6477, or visit