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Jeanne Murphy Public Relations was proud to participate in the New York Tennis Open at the Historic West Side Tennis Club
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Jeanne Murphy Public Relations was proud to be part of the New York Open, held at the historic West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, New York.  This tournament was held on Fourth of July Weekend and featured not only tennis, but a film festival, jazz music and authors and speakers. We were priviledged be involved.

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About Tennis in New York

Tennis in New York (TNY) is dedicated to increasing interest and participation in tennis in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.
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 About Dale Caldwell, Organizer of the New York Open Tennis Tournament
Dale is the author of four books, a former New Jersey School Board Member of the Year and a member of the Board of Directors of the United States Tennis Association (USTA).
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Mayor David Dinkins Enjoyed the Tennis 
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Mayor Dinkins came by to enjoy the tennis and to celebrate Family Fun Day. Pictured here with Dale Caldwell, Deepak Trivedi and Sandy DeShong.
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Players in the New York Open
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Winston Lin, Winner of the Men's Singles event 
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Sandy DeShong
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Sandy DeShong, the Executive Director and COO of Tennis in New York
 
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Mike Kuczala, Best Selling Author was asked to present on his Kinesthetic practices - Click on the video below.
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We got a chance to sit down with bestselling Author, Mike Kuczala who was asked to be a featured speaker at Tennis in New York and film a segment of "Talented People with Jeanne Murphy" for Princeton Televsion's Channel TV30.

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Tennis in New York Book
'The History of the Most Influential Sport in the Most Influential City in the World '
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