2016 Palm Desert Getaway Package
The Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation is excited to announce it has a 2016 trip available to Palm Desert, California. Enjoy a one week stay from March 13-20, 2016, in a spacious two-bedroom and two-bath full villa at the Marriott Desert Springs Villas II. Click here for more details regarding the amenities at the Desert Springs Villas II.
In addition to the one week Desert Springs Villas II stay, you have the opportunity to catch the best tennis players inthe world in sunny Southern California. You will receive two stadium box seats for March 15 and 16 to attend both the day and night sessions (four sessions total) during the 2016 BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells, California.
This package also includes up to $800 in travel money to Palm Desert. The USTA/Midwest Section will provide the travel stipend.
Total Value - The value of this package is $4,200 which includes the one week stay, tickets to the tournament, and trave money.
How to Buy this Package
Bidding Process - The starting bid for this package is $3,000 with a $250 minimum increment raise.
Buy It Now Price - The first person that bids $5,000 will secure this package for themselves and their guests.
Bids will be accepted until September 15, 2015, and to place a bid please email your name, address, phone number, and bid amount to Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each time an individual submits a bid those individuals who have been outbid will be notified, and offered the opportunity to raise their bid.
Please contact Kathy at the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation at 317-577-5127 with questions and/or to purchase this 2016 Palm Desert package at the 'Buy It Now' price.
All proceeds go directly to the Midwest Youth Tennis & Education Foundation (MYTEF) to achieve its mission 'to develop the life skills of youth through tennis and education'. The MYTEF provides grants to community programs offering tennis to youth, grants to individual junior players needing assistance to compete on the court, scholarships to high school seniors attending college, funding to select USTA events in which Midwest players compete as a team against other teams from around the country, and funding for junior camps led by various Midwest coaches.