reBounces is proud to introduce tennis professionals
to the Green Tennis Machine (GTM)
capital purchase that will generate you real, quantifiable savings
from the first days of use.
GTM is as easy as 1 2 3
1. Using the net provided, dump up to six cases of flat, zzlifeless
tennis balls into the GTM.
2. Close the GTM, initiate charge, and
3. Come back in three days, open the GTM
and zzretrieve your new tennis balls.
/ Dallas, TX
David Redding, Director of Tennis
"Northwood Club is proud to be a part of the growing number
of clubs that are going green. Our Green Tennis Machine allows
us to have fresh tennis balls in each of our six pro's teaching
carts and both of our ball machines on a constant and ongoing
basis at a much lower cost. We expect that the money we save
from not buying as many new teaching balls will allow us to pay
for the machine within the first year. The environment is happy,
the pros are happy, the members are happy, and the club is happy.
It's a beautiful thing."
Racquet Club / South Pasadena, CA
John Letts, Owner
"The Green Tennis Machine was exactly what I needed for
my business. Not only am I saving money on balls, but I also
feel great about helping the environment. This machine is amazing.
Why didn't anyone think of this before? I am getting 4 to 5 times
the life of my regular balls, and I have more money to spend
in other areas. I use my new recycled balls for my clinic carts
and my customers are completely satisfied with my new bouncing
balls. I haven't bought a new case of teaching balls since I
bought the machine - hats off to the inventors of the Green Machine.
Boca Raton Tennis Center
/ Boca Raton, FL
Jim Tearny, Tennis Centers
"The Green Machine has been in service for several months
now and I'm still surprised every time I open the lid after the
balls have been recharged. It is amazing! The balls are like
new. No more "squeeze test". If a ball has fuzz, it
can live again.
We have been using the Green Machine to rejuvenate lesson and
ball machine balls for two clay and one hard court facility,
53 total courts. I anticipate getting 3-4 extra lives out of
the clay court balls and 2-3 extra lives out of the hard court
balls. That's a tremendous savings over the course of a single
Academy / Atlanta, GA
Tim Noonan, Tennis Director
"The Green Tennis Machine is the most significant product
to hit the tennis world in years. As academy owners we see the
substantial financial commitment we make to keep quality tennis
balls in our teaching carts. The Green Tennis Machine ensures
that every ball that we feed bounces, and the savings we gain
from having multiple cycles with our balls has been tremendous.
In addition to our benefits, reBounces really strives to keep
old balls out of our landfills. It is good for the sport and
good for the planet, and that's a winning combination!"
T Bar M Racquet
Club / Dallas, TX
Doug Boyd, General Manager
"The Green Tennis Machine is helping us save money by allowing
us to take deflated balls, put them in the machine and get them
back like a brand new ball. I've already cancelled two companies'
practice ball shipments for the entire year - it's been a great
thing for us. I think you would have to be crazy not to get one
Doug Kruger, Director of Junior Development
"Our academy has been recognized as one of the elite tennis
academies in the country and we have more than 300 kids involved
in our group. Our juniors are aware that our practice balls are
being recycled and they not only appreciate the fact that we
have high quality balls to practice with but also that they play
a part in the whole recycling process. I could not be more pleased
with how the recycling has helped our academy and our club as
Bob Raedisch, Challenger of Dallas Tournament Director and reBounces
"We have several reBounces' ball collection bins placed
around the facility so that our pros and members can dump their
dead tennis balls into them. Our maintenance crew comes by every
few days, collects the balls and empties them into a larger bin.
At the end of each week staff members and junior players sort
the balls into two different categories. Balls that are in good
condition are reBounced and put back on the court. Balls that
are really bad are shipped back to reBounces so they can either
be ground up or sent out to schools to put on the bottom of chairs
to keep them from scraping the floors."
East Bank Club
/ Chicago, IL
Tom Wangelin, Tennis Director
"We love the concept of recycling and the PR aspect of being
a green club that's trying to contribute to helping the environment.
We have a lot of members who appreciate the effort and think
it is very creative that we are participating. The Green Tennis
Machine will cut down on our ball purchases up to 50% and they
work just as well as the fresh balls out of the can. I would
definitely recommend the Green Tennis Machine. It is working
very well for East Bank Club."
Circle C Tennis
Club / Austin, TX
Fernando Velasco, Owner & Tennis Director
"About four months ago, we were introduced to the [Green
Tennis Machine] at the Circle C Tennis Club. With all efforts
to save money and also the environment, we made the commitment
to purchase the unit.
One of the prides of our Club is that we always provide good
quality tennis balls for teaching to our sophisticated clientele.
Every six weeks, we purchase 16 cases of teaching balls and distribute
equally among our 8 tennis pros.
Since we have purchased the unit, we have been recycling the
tennis balls when needed, and have not received any complaints
from the members. They like the fact that we can provide them
with good quality bounce balls for their lessons. They not only
appreciated the efforts of saving money for the club, but also,
the fact that we are recycling balls that normally would be dumped
on the waste areas, thus causing more damage to the environment.
Since we purchased the unit, I already cancelled one shipment
of teaching balls. "
Racquet Club / Northbrook, IL
Jerry Morse-Karzen, Owner & Director
"We've been using the Green Tennis Machine and have been
very, very happy with it. It works on the quick start balls also.
You can get a longer life out of the quick start balls because
they don't get quite as beat up as the other balls so re-pressurizing
them using the machine is even smarter. I would highly recommend
the GTM to others in the tennis business. You're going to save
money and help the environment. There's really no downside to
AC Nielsen Tennis
Center / Winnetka, IL
Pat Fragassi, Manager
"I think the Green Tennis Machine is awesome. We have over
400 adults and 350 kids in our program and use it for first run
balls with them. We also use it for our kids' quick start program.
Everyone enjoys the philosophy of recycling the balls and the
consistency of the balls has been more equal across the board.
We're getting rid of the dead balls and recharging them back
to the pressure of the new balls which provides a better experience
for our programs."
Racquet Club / Little Rock, AR
James Strassle, Tennis Director
"We have really enjoyed our "Mean Green Tennis Machine".
Our ability to enhance our members' tennis experience either
during lessons or using the ball machine has been aided due to
the fact that we can eliminate the dead ball problem all clubs
face. Also, it doesn't hurt our reputation that we are a 'green'
club. Today's climate demands we be aware of our environment
and the consequences of our actions or lack thereof."
/ Denver, CO
Judy Anderson, Tennis Coordinator
"Ken-Caryl Ranch has been implementing sustainable practices
for many years now from retrofitting light bulbs to recycling
old used tennis shoes and was excited when approached by reBounces
to be the first in the state of Colorado (high altitude) to try
the Green Tennis Machine. We were a little skeptical about the
ability to revitalize used tennis balls but after a few trial
runs to dial in the correct amount of time we decided immediately
that we had to have one. We call our Green Tennis Machine "Raji"
(taken from Green Bay Packers nose tackle) and it is easy to
use and has become an important part of our program. We are able
to provide balls for lessons that have a consistent bounce while
keeping them out of landfills and with a substantial savings
to our budget. Not only do the balls not go to landfills but
also the number of empty cans is reduced tremendously. Every
club should be using a Green Machine."