Tennis String Theory’s new owner is Jenn Smith, effective immediately. Jenn, daughter of the original owner and founder, will take over ahead of the company’s 46th anniversary as it continues to focus on innovative trends in the tennis equipment industry. Establishing Jenn as its new owner, the company will maintain its high-quality standards in customer service.
Founded in 1970 and formerly known as Tennis & Fitness Sports, the company’s retail outlet is in the city of Falls Church, VA. Tennis String Theory’s original owner Bert Jose is a skilled tennis pro, has played established tennis icons, and is a well-respected member of the community. His passion for tennis attracted many customers, allowing the company to grow entirely through word of mouth. Through his client rapport and personalized touch, he created the store’s large customer base. He will continue his involvement in the business, lending his extensive knowledge and expertise.
Over the years, Tennis String Theory has provided in-depth expertise for all types of tennis players to help them find the best tennis racquets and strings to improve their game. The company features a wide selection of clothing, shoes, racquets (new/used tennis racquets), bags, grips, dampeners, and other accessories for all tennis needs. In addition to tennis gear, Tennis String Theory offers professional string guidance regarding string type, thickness, and tension to fit the customer’s playing style. The store provides personalized racquet stringing services for tennis, badminton, squash, racquetball racquets to keep players playing their best.
As part of its plans to celebrate Tennis String Theory’s 46th anniversary, the company has announced it will be holding a prize drawing to award lucky customers prizes and a tennis racquet. The anniversary celebration, together with the selection of Jenn as its owner, opens the way for an exciting new direction for Tennis String Theory and its customers.
To learn more about Tennis String Theory and its services, please visit: https://www.tennisstringtheory.com/