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2011 RSH Real Estate Tennis Open Benefit


held at the

University of Pennsylvania


featuring the


Penn Park Development



Tennis Lady
Become a Sponsor for the 2011 RSH Real Estate Tennis Open Benefit!


Penn Park - $42 million project development located at 31stStreet, between Walnut and South Streets. The planned construction will feature 24 acres of development with athletic venues such as sprint turf fields, a softball stadium, tennis center, and enclosed season air structure. The fields will be framed and subdivided by patches of canopy trees, similar to the landscape throughout the campus.


About the Tournament

The 2011 RSH Real Estate Tennis Open will be held at the University of Pennsylvania as a benefit for Racquets Serving Hope. The Benefit will include a daytime tennis tournament, which will include singles and doubles draws and an evening event, which will include a silent auction, mini-tennis, 1-point tournament, speed-serve challenge, dinner, drinks, and a brief presentation by the University of Pennsylvania Facilities and Real Estate Services featuring the development of Penn Park!

Please come join us for a fun-filled evening featuring the Penn Park development, music, socializing, and tennis!

See Benefit Website
 

Event Agenda – Friday August 26th, 2011

Dinner, Silent Auction, Tennis Challenges, and Presentations

5:00 – 6:00 PM Evening Registration
6:00 PM Presentation by UPenn Facilities and Real Estate Services featuring Penn Park
6:30 PM Dinner and Tennis Challenges Begin
9:00 PM Silent Auction Ends

Saturday August 27th, 2011

Tennis Open

9:00 AM | Tennis Tournament Start (Singles, Doubles, and Mixed Doubles Only)
5:00 PM | Tennis Completion

Note: If matches are not completed, players may choose to continue competition into the evening and/or Tuesday morning.



REGISTER NOW


The University of Pennsylvania has transformed the community with its various community initiatives and neighboring Commercial Real Estate developments. It was not too long ago when students of the University of Pennsylvania did not dare to venture past 40th Street due to its notoriously unsafe neighborhoods. However, as the Penn community stretched its influence further towards West Philadelphia, we have seen these areas make remarkable changes.

With Penn Park moving towards completion and the South Street Bridge reconstruction finally completed, we look to forward to discussing how these developments will impact the east and west sides of the Schuylkill River and Philadelphia community.