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Sacramento Area to Host Tennis Tournament

3 Oct, 2014


USTA Mixed 18+ District and Sectionals Tennis Tournament to be Offered at Johnson Ranch Racquet Club, October 10-12

Johnson Ranch Racquet Club is one of the three Sacramento area locations holding the USTA Mixed 18+ District and Sectionals Tennis Tournament this year. Players from all over the Western region will come to the Sacramento region to compete for the tournament title. The event will be held from October 10 - 12 where the best of the best come out and show off their tennis playing abilities. 

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Johnson Ranch Racquet Club is an extraordinary private club serving the cities of Roseville, Granite Bay, Rocklin, and nearby communities. The health, fitness and tennis club provides a variety of competitive, recreational, instructional and social programs for its members. The club consists of two 12-plus acre sites on the North and South sides of Eureka Road in the Johnson Ranch community of Roseville, California.

The website is located here

About Placer Valley: Placer Valley Tourism's mission is to generate incremental room nights in hotels within PVT's geographic footprint . . . the cities of Roseville, Rocklin, and Lincoln, California. We recruit a wide variety of events, from corporate to athletic to performing arts activities to our area. We provide grants to some events, depending upon how many room nights they generate, and when they occur. Email Kim Summers for information on how to apply for a grant.

South Placer Tourism, Inc., doing business as Placer Valley Tourism (PVT), is a Business Improvement District (BID), incorporated in 2004 by the City of Roseville under provisions in the California Streets and Highways Code Section 36500-36504, which is known as the "Parking and Business Improvement Law of 1989". The organization is classified for tax purposes as a 501(c)6.

The geographic footprint of PVT consists of the three cities of Roseville, Rocklin, and Lincoln, California. PVT exists to market the three-city region as a tourism destination in order to generate incremental room nights in hotels in the cities.

Each hotel property within the footprint pays an assessment into the BID for each paid room night in the respective hotel. In Roseville, the assessment is $1.50 per each room night. In Rocklin and Lincoln, the assessment is $1.00 per each room night.

Information is available on the website.

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