Mark your calendars and make your reservations today for the 40th annual Music City Tennis Invitational (MCTI). This exciting tennis event will be held at the state of the art Brownlee O. Currey, Jr. Tennis Center at Vanderbilt University on Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21 in Nashville, TN.
This charitable event, founded by the Nashville music community to help raise funds for the Center for Child Development (CCD) at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, is the longest-running music-related tennis tournament in the country. The tournament provides an opportunity for doubles team tennis for players of all levels. Teams are assigned by level of play. Players may sign up with a friend, or be assigned a partner prior to match play. (Players under age 18 need Tournament Director approval.)
The event features a private pre-match Kick Off-Party, auction, and Saturday Night Party. The weekend is packed full of activities and is guaranteed to be the hit of your spring calendar.
MCTI registration for the two-day tournament is $240 and registration for the one-day tournament is $175. A portion of the entry fee is tax deductible and includes: kick-off cocktail reception, loaded goodie bag, 2 days of tournament play (with breakfast and lunch), trophies to the winners, Saturday night party (with dinner and music by special guests).
The Center for Child Development provides screening, evaluation and referral services for children with a wide variety of developmental concerns, including developmental delay, cognitive impairment, and intellectual disabilities (mental retardation), autism, cerebral palsy, ADHD and other behavior problems. To learn more about the CCD, visit www.ChildrensHospital.Vanderbilt.org.