Grand Slam Stringers (GSS) is pleased to offer a unique learning experience for those interested in racquet stringing and customization – the GSS Racquet Service Seminar, October 28-29, 2012 at the Raintree Swim & Racquet Club in Richmond Virginia.
GSS is based in Roanoke, Virginia, and is the first and only company of its kind that specializes in training racquet technicians from around the world. GSS is owned and operated by Tim Strawn, a veteran tour stringer who has worked for the best players in the world at tournaments like Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, and the Sony Ericsson Open in Key Biscayne, Florida. Strawn and his associate, John Gugel from Orlando, Florida, are both Master Racquet Technicians with the United States Racquet Stringers Association.
GSS Racquet Service Seminar participants will learn how to improve the quality, consistency, professionalism and profitability of their racquet services, and learn the latest methods used on the pro tours to customize racquets and stringing to optimize player performance.
The GSS Racket Service Seminar is designed to benefit all racquet stringers whether they are home stringers (non-retail), shop owners, pro shop stringers or tour stringers.
Sponsored by USTA Virginia, Babolat and Wilson, the GSS Racket Service Seminar is an abbreviated version of the international 5-day GSS Symposium which offers 16 different courses from the very basics of stringing to a pro tour simulation stringing room for those interested in stringing at the tour level.
To register for the GSS Racquet Service Seminar or for more detailed information please go to: http://www.regonline.com/ustavirginiatrainingseriesgssracquetservice
For more information on GSS, including video testimonials of their trainings, please go to www.grandslamstringers.com
This seminar will cover: