About Mike Kenney &
N  E  T  C  O
New England Tennis Courts
Michael Kenney
Dear Tennis Enthusiast:

I would like to introduce myself and the services we offer.  New England Tennis Courts (NETCO) was started by my
father, Jack Kenney, in 1952.  At the time he was among the first group of teaching professionals in New England.  My
family still owns Tamarack Tennis Camp in Franconia, New Hampshire, where we play on twelve clay tennis courts.  We
are a family of serious tennis players, and we know what tennis players need and expect from their courts.

'Netco' is one of the few companies that specializes exclusively in soft court surfaces, i.e. Red Clay and Har-Tru tennis
courts.  The focus of my knowledge and expertise has been directed at developing equipment and techniques to suit the
particular demands of porous surfaces.  I believe soft courts are the most appropriate surfaces for weathering the
temperature extremes of our Northern climate, not to mention beneficial playing characteristics such as longer rallies
and less impact on ankle, knee, and hip joints.  We have adapted laser grading technology to our resurfacing and
construction procedures, resulting in unsurpassed accuracy while saving labor costs.

My crew and I recondition and resurface over 250 courts anually at clubs, camps, and private tennis courts in the New
England region, in addition to designing and building new construction projects.  This volume allows me to spread out
overhead expenses and pass cost savings on to you.

Our work is guaranteed and I am glad to offer free telephone consulting on any technical problems you may have.  We
also deliver surfacing materials and sell equipment and accessories, including used rollers  Please feel free to call,
e-mail, or write me if you need references or a proposal.  I look forward to hearing from you and serving your tennis
court needs.