The tennis industry became the first sports industry to endorse the new National Physical Activity Plan (NPAP) and the CEO Pledge for Physical Activity when the plan was unveiled on April 20 in Washington, D.C.
The NPAP was announced in a press conference at the National Press Club, followed by a Congressional briefing at the U.S. Capitol. During the announcement, the sport of tennis was cited by Dr. Jack Groppel as “the first of hopefully many entire sports to endorse this pledge and this plan.”
The National Physical Activity Plan is a roadmap for actions supporting and encouraging physical activity for all Americans. “The Tennis Industry Association (TIA) Board of Directors represents all sectors of the tennis industry, and in our efforts to support the NPAP and bring more activity to all Americans, we are absolutely thrilled to have the backing of the sport of tennis,” Groppel said.
Groppel, the co-founder of the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance... Read More