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Western & Southern Life giving away free trip to W&S Open

wsopenJunior participants at next weekend's WESTERN AND SOUTHERN LIFE SC Open Junior State Championship at Pebble Creek will have the opportunity to walk away with much more than a trophy.  Tournament sponsor Western & Southern Life is offering one junior player the chance to win a family trip to the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati, OH. 
 
The winner will receive a VIP Prize Package that includes tournament tickets, round trip transportation and hotel accommodations for a family of four.  Tournament players can register to win at the Western & Southern Life information table at the tournament.  The drawing will only consist of players at this South Carolina Level II, Southern Level IV junior tournament.
 
"This partnership our tournament has formed with Western & Southern Life is truly a win-win situation," Tournament Director Mark Smith says.  "Western & Southern Life is able to get their name out into the South Carolina tennis community and our tournament is able to partner with a US Open Series title sponsor that is willing to provide our participants with some amazing prizes and opportunities."
 
The WESTERN AND SOUTHERN LIFE SC Open Junior State Championship at Pebble Creek will be held March 30 - April 2 in Taylors, SC.  Registration for this event closes Sunday, March 25th.  The Western & Southern Open will be held in Cincinnati, August 11-19.  Defending champions at this event are Maria Sharapova and Andy Murray.
 
USTA South Carolina sanctions over 150 adult and junior tournaments each year, with more than 20,000 tournament participants.  If you are interested in finding a way to partner with a local tournament in your area, contact Junior Competition Coordinator Jessica Amick or Adult Competition Coordinator Jamie Peebles.  For a full list of adult and junior tournaments in South Carolina, click here.
 

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