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    Thumbs up Grand Slam Stringers Symposium

    Well I have finally recovered both phyically and mentally (if there is such a thing) from one of the most exciting and memorable symposiums I have ever attended.

    Last year was great but this years was even better. Tim Strawn has sucessfully created a racquet technicians mecca with incredible instructors, and vendors who are passionate about our Art. Lessons from Tim Strawn, John Gugal, Mark Gonzalez, Dave Bone (USRSA), Grant Morgan, John Elliot, along with Wilson and Prince reps was fantastic. As racquet technicians and if you are serious about your craft, there is no better place to go to improve yourself and to also meet other equally passionate participants and friends. The exchange of knowledge and camaraderie was simply amazing and a must for anyone who takes their craft seriously.

    Tim said that everyone needs a mentor and the Symposium is a cathedral of mentors. Thanks to Tim and all of the instructors and vendors who took the time to be there, we do really apprecaiate all of your efforts; hope you will keep coming back. Special thanks for Grant Morgan and John Elliot for everything. Richard Parnell was really missed, hope to see you next time. Looking forward to next years symposium already.

    Cheers, TennezSport
    USRSA-MRT; USPTA; USTA
    Yonex RDS002 Tour w/ Tecnifibre X1 Biphase 17 @ 60/57

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennezSport View Post
    Well I have finally recovered both phyically and mentally (if there is such a thing) from one of the most exciting and memorable symposiums I have ever attended.

    Last year was great but this years was even better. Tim Strawn has sucessfully created a racquet technicians mecca with incredible instructors, and vendors who are passionate about our Art. Lessons from Tim Strawn, John Gugal, Mark Gonzalez, Dave Bone (USRSA), Grant Morgan, John Elliot, along with Wilson and Prince reps was fantastic. As racquet technicians and if you are serious about your craft, there is no better place to go to improve yourself and to also meet other equally passionate participants and friends. The exchange of knowledge and camaraderie was simply amazing and a must for anyone who takes their craft seriously.

    Tim said that everyone needs a mentor and the Symposium is a cathedral of mentors. Thanks to Tim and all of the instructors and vendors who took the time to be there, we do really apprecaiate all of your efforts; hope you will keep coming back. Special thanks for Grant Morgan and John Elliot for everything. Richard Parnell was really missed, hope to see you next time. Looking forward to next years symposium already.

    Cheers, TennezSport
    And where might this take place?

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    Arrow Well............

    Quote Originally Posted by Lawn Tennis View Post
    And where might this take place?
    The first year it was held in Texas, but the last 2 years it was held in Orlando at the Disney Village hotel area. If you are a racquet stringer or technician, there is nothing better to attend to get better at your craft.

    Cheers, TennezSport
    USRSA-MRT; USPTA; USTA
    Yonex RDS002 Tour w/ Tecnifibre X1 Biphase 17 @ 60/57

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennezSport View Post
    The first year it was held in Texas, but the last 2 years it was held in Orlando at the Disney Village hotel area. If you are a racquet stringer or technician, there is nothing better to attend to get better at your craft.

    Cheers, TennezSport
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