Bucks County Tennis Association - 2022 NPPTC Sponsors and Suporters
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2022 NPPTC Sponsors and Suporters

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The BCTA is showing its appreciation of all the support by highlighting these sponsors and supporters of the 2022 NPPTC. Each week, another organization/business will be highlighted:

 

Rodriguez Engraving

The Langhorne business is owned by Steve Rodriguez, who aces customer service! As the business’s website notes: “Rodriguez Engraving, Inc. is a full-service retail and wholesale company offering a full line of trophies, plaques and awards; custom printed and embroidered T-shirts, hats, jackets, and sports bags; tool and die services as well as engraved signs, truck lettering, site signs, and more.  With over 42 years of experience, Rodriguez Engraving can contract engraving in large and small quantities, and offers industrial and commercial services, including roll engraving; tool and die, mold work; and  engraving in stainless steel, aluminum, brass, tool steels, plastic and cast iron.”

Rodriguez’s engraving motto "Where our impressions last a lifetime" was on full display at the 2022 NPPTC with its generous and valuable support of supplying T-shirts and trophies.  For more information on how Rodriguez Engraving can help you, visit https://rodriguez-engraving.ueniweb.com.

 

 

Bucks County Community College

The college, founded on the former estate of George and Stella Elkins Tyler in Newtown, PA, in 1964, is an open-enrollment public institution that has been ranked the No. 1 online community college in the state by Niche for 2020–2021. In addition to its virtual community, the college has three campuses (Newtown, Perkasie, and Bristol) and around 80 programs of study, including associate degrees and certifications. The college also has 27 dual admission agreements, more than 100 articulation agreements, and 400-plus transferable courses.

            A number of programs at Bucks are trend-setting and award-winning, making the college a great place to start, enhance, or change your career or life. Bucks has a long and strong connection to the county community and continues to serve its residents socially and economically as well as academically. For further information about the college, visit https://www.bucks.edu/.

            In addition to hosting the “Original 9” tennis exhibit on its Newtown Campus, with the help of Director Student Life and Athletic Programs, Matthew Cipriano, the college’s Foundation and Executive Director Christina McGinley assisted with the BCTA’s hosting the 2022 NPPTC Player Picnic in historic Tyler Formal Gardens. The gardens were constructed in 1931 adjacent to the Tylers’ 300-foot long Norman mansion. The four-tier Italianate gardens contain numerous early twentieth century landscaping features such as expansive lawns, stone walls and staircases, tree espaliers, gravel walks, and fountains. Tyler Formal Gardens also displays a number of bronze sculptures created by Stella Tyler. For more information about the gardens, go to: https://www.bucks.edu/discover/history/gardens/.

 

Bucks County Parks and Recreation

The agency was established in 1953, has been working with the BCTA for over almost two decades to provide affordable, quality public park community tennis programs. It is recognized as one of the finest recreational systems in Pennsylvania. The adult division of the 2022 National Public Parks Tennis Championships (NPPTC) were held at county-owned Core Creek Park, in Langhorne.  The 8-court facility was recognized in 2013 with a United States Tennis Association (USTA) Facility Award for its high standard of construction and design. In addition to the tennis courts, players enjoyed shaded areas, bleachers, modern restrooms, and a picnic pavilion to rest between matches. The County’s 9-court Frosty Hollow Tennis Center (six with lights, plus a practice court with rebound wall and modern restrooms and other amenities) was also made available to the championships in the event weather created excessive match delays.

In addition to two premier tennis facilities, Bucks County Parks and Recreation owns, manages and maintains, nature centers, dog park, golf course, horse park, numerous sport fields, biking/walking/hiking/equestrian trails, boat rentals/moorings, a golf course, two community pools, various rental pavilions/cabins, and recreation areas for fishing, picnicking, camping and playgrounds for the kids.

Bucks County Parks and Recreation’s support of the 99th anniversary of the NPPTC continues the agency’s rich history utilizing of outdoor recreation to create a vast array of recreational amenities and opportunities for residents and visitors. For more information about the agency and all it offers, log onto: https://www.buckscounty.gov/162/Parks-Recreation.

 

Bucks County Tourism Grant Program

Visit Bucks County, in partnership with the County of Bucks, annually accepts grant applications for the Bucks County Tourism Grant Program. Beginning in 2008 and funded through a percentage of the county’s tax on lodging, the program aims to increase visitation from outside Bucks County, resulting in economic impact and supporting jobs.

As its website states: “In accordance with Act 18 of 2016, the Bucks County Tourism Grant Program provides grants for projects for tourism marketing, promotion, product development, enhancement of attractions, special events, exhibits and festivals that drive overnight travel to Bucks County, strengthen the vitality of the Bucks County tourism and hospitality community, result in increased economic activity, and do not compete with private sector tourism.

            “Visit Bucks County (VBC) is the administrator of the program and oversees the documentation process in compliance with the program guidelines. Awards are established on the basis of merit as determined by the Bucks County Tourism Grant Committee.”

            The 2022 NPPTC would certainly not have been the large, successful event it was without the generous grant from the Bucks County Tourism Grant Program. In addition to grant assistance, VBC staff offered valuable advice and assistance reaching out to the Bucks County hospitality community.

For information about the Tourism Grant Program and to see all that beautiful Bucks County has to offer, visit https://www.visitbuckscounty.com.

 

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