I hope everyone is doing well. We have been BUSY lately coordinating logistics for the Sports for Nature event in Alajuela, Costa Rica on March 4th, 5th and 6th featuring tennis star Juan Antonio Marin at the Conejo Tennis Academy. This will be a very exciting event with tennis clinics scheduled for three days in a row directed by Mr. Marin, and then every night we are planning on having a true party with great exhibition matches between Juan Antonio Marin and the best tennis players from Costa Rica. There will be a singles match and a doubles match played every night and in between we will be running lots of contests on the main show court interacting with the spectators and giving away cool tennis merchandise as prizes. We will also have a DJ playing everyone’s favorite tunes and a daily show performed by Costa Rica’s top dancing models. You will not want to miss this!

Press coverage for this Sports for Nature event has been outstanding so far and we expect lots more to come before the start. And on the last day, we will be formally thanking Mr. Marin for his outstanding tennis career as an ATP Tour player, reaching a top ranking of # 55 in the world in 1999.

Let’s also not forget Tennis for Nature at Worldgate Sport & Health Club on Saturday, February 13th. An event open to all Washington, DC Metropolitan Area tennis players (register now at: www.sportsfornature.com). This event includes an after party at Jackson’s in the Reston Town Center, a place with a fun atmosphere and great food.

Please support Sports for Nature by participating in any of our events, joining our Facebook group or simply making a small donation to any of the charities that we support. By doing this you will be helping all of us live in a healthier planet.

On behalf of the Sports for Nature team, I would like to express our gratitude to all the people that in some way or another support our efforts. Also, without our sponsoring companies, this initiative would not be possible, so a big thank you!

I’ll be in touch next week with more updates.

Go green!

Kindest regards,

Jorge Morera