Re: Tennis nets
Nothing new here but on the RED and GREEN Show on public TV, their motto is
"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy!"
Well, the RED and GREEN Show would recommend duct tape. So would I...at least
temporarily. New nets obviously are the best answer. PUTTERMAN and Co. in
Chicago is an excellent supplier. PUTTERMAN used to carry EDWARDS nets, made
in Canada. EDWARDS were my personal favorite when I bought for park districts
in Mt Prospect, Ill and Arlington Height, Ill. EDWARDS nets are built to last.
Hope this helps.
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From: "Randy Stewart" <coach10s_at_tca.net>
Subject: Re: Tennis Nets
Date: Fri 8 Sep 2000 20:52:46 -0500
Use the black ty-wraps to secure the net to the cable and use white ones
to secure the net to the header. I use this method to secure worn nets
at the school I coach at in Texas
Received on Fri Sep 08 2000 - 12:31:40 CDT