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31st Annual Music City Tennis Invitational Returns to Nashville

March 11, 2004 10:47 AM
Mark your calendars and make your reservations today as Mercedes-Benz of Nashville presents the 31st annual Music City Tennis Invitational (MCTI). This exciting tennis event will be held at the state of the art Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Tennis Center at Vanderbilt University on Saturday, May 1 through Sunday, May 2 in Nashville, TN.

This charitable event, founded by the Nashville music community to help raise funds for the Vanderbilt Center for Child Development (VCCD) at Vanderbilt's Children's Hospital, is the longest-running, music-related tennis tournament in the country. The tournament provides an opportunity for doubles team tennis for players of all levels and features a private pre-match cocktail party, silent auction and mid-tourney player parties. The weekend is packed full of activities and is guaranteed to be the hit of your spring calendar.

RCA recording artist, Sara Evans, is the celebrity spokesperson for the event and Coyote McCloud, Nashville radio legend for Oldies 96.3 is the participating celebrity. Teams are assigned by level of play. Players interested in participating can sign up with a friend, or will be assigned a partner prior to match play.

Registration is only $225 (early bird registration is $195 until March 19), is tax-deductible and includes two tickets to the opening reception, a ticket to the Saturday night bash, breakfast and lunch during the two tourney days, plus a loaded goodie bag and free practice rounds on the outdoor courts of the Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Tennis Center April 28-30.

For more information contact Patsy Bradley at 615-401-2704 or download an online application and information packet (Note: Adobe Acrobat Reader required for download).

The Vanderbilt Center for Child Development at Vanderbilt's Children's Hospital is run by a multi-disciplinary team and provides screening, evaluation and referral services to children and young adults from birth to 21 years of age who are at risk for, or are experiencing learning difficulties. The center has been in operation since 1975 and this event is its only fundraiser.




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