Premiere of Inside College Tennis With Tony Minnis Coming Tuesday
Press Release, 11 January 2014
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The Emmy award winning Bill Rodman Production Shoppe is partnering with Legendary Coach Tony Minnis and The Tennis Channel to bring you:
Inside College Tennis with Tony Minnis
A half-hour program is dedicated to promoting collegiate tennis. Each episode of Inside College Tennis with Tony Minnis will take you on an "official visit" to explore the University's aspiring super stars, elite coaches, and storied athletic programs. Inside College Tennis serves up countless remarkable stories of success, opportunity, and dedication to a game we all know and love.
The first two episodes will be premiering during the Tennis Channel's National live coverage of the Australian Open. The first features Texas Christian University (TCU) in Fort Worth, TX and the second features Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. The premiere broadcast for each show will be:
- TCU - January 14, 2013 - 9:00 EST
- Tulane - January 21, 2013 - 9:00 EST
For more information on the program, visit our Vimeo site.
For more information on who will be featured in future episodes or to ask any questions, follow us on our Facebook Page. We look forward to hearing from all the tennis enthusiasts!
Flo Ulmer, Executive Producer
2220 Oleander Street
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
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