For anyone who loves tennis, Louisville, Colorado, may be the next hot spot to play. If all of the transactions go through smoothly, sometime next year the city may be home to the state's largest tennis club. The business plan includes 25 indoor and outdoor tennis courts, six smaller courts for children, a clubhouse and a highly qualified team of professional coaches and trainers.
The facility will be on a 13-plus acre parcel of land that the Rocky Mountain Tennis Center purchased last year. The site is located on the northeast corner of West Dillon Road and South 96th Street. Earlier in November, the city council gave its preliminary approval of the project. It is now hoped that final approval will come in the spring.
Many of those associated with the business plan have high hopes for the center. According to the business manager, "This will put Louisville on the tennis map." The center's director for tennis says he hopes to bring in top talent from around the world to play and practice at the new facility. The center's high altitude may even prove to be a selling point for those professional tennis players who may need acclimation practice.
The opening of the new tennis facility will certainly be a boost for other Colorado businesses, as well. For those who are working out the details of their own business ventures, a good, solid business plan that aims to account for all legal and financial matters will go a long way in getting that dream off the ground.
Source: dailycamera.com, "Colorado's largest tennis club could open in Louisville in 2012," John Aguilar, Nov. 20, 2011