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At 1:23pm on August 8, 2013, Brian Atkns said…

Looking to play casual, intermediate tennis. Willing to travel. Brian

At 6:54pm on January 14, 2012, Tom Avery said…

Hi Jason,

All is well, my website should be totally finished in 2-3 days.  Thanks for the help with contacting Jeff, I will be contacting him as soon as the site is done.

All the best,

Tom 

At 6:18pm on January 13, 2012, Jeff Salzenstein said…

Jason, Thanks for the friend request. Great website!

At 6:11pm on January 13, 2012, Jeff Salzenstein said…

Jason, Thanks so much for the kinds words. I really appreciate it. Looking forward to being a part of Tennisopolis.  What a cool site!

At 11:16am on August 22, 2011, Mark / The Mayor said…

Hi Jason,

Check this out, you might be a candidate. :-)

http://tennisopolis.com/forum/topics/anyone-in-ny-want-a-fun-tennis-gig

 

Mark
At 8:59pm on December 11, 2009, Jason Lampione said…
Dear Jonathan,

Thank you for spending time reviewing my online information. If I can be of any assistance that would give me great satisfaction. I'm not looking for compensation or anything of that nature the fact that I can give my time to a player dedicated in improving his or her own game is rewarding enough for me. This is my direct number as well and feel free to get in touch whenever you have a moment. I apologize for replying so late in the year I normally don't check my online "tennisopolis" account as often as I should when I'm traveling so often.

Kind Regards,



Jason Lampione
631-682-9894
At 11:52am on August 20, 2009, Jonathan said…
Hi, Jason. So sorry for replying to your message so late...my BlackBerry was destroyed so I'm just now catching up on messages/e-mails and so forth. I would like to play whenever you're available because I was absolutely FLOORED by your page. Your services sound extraordinary but I have a feeling just hitting some balls with you and being a sponge would help me immensely as I'm very interested in playing USTA Adult tournaments and such in the near future. Feel free to call me at (516) 205-4254 whenever possible so we can chat in further detail. Once again, thanks for your message and I hope to hear from you soon.
At 8:12pm on June 24, 2008, Vivek Thakur said…
Jason,

I am looking for specific help with my service. How much do u charge for a 1 to 1 session?

rgds,
Vivek
At 3:03pm on June 4, 2008, Jason Lampione said…
I had an idea, and I think it could benefit you and the parents of the children your trying to coach and mentor. The playing levels vary greatly from one source to another and it really depends on the coach, location, and the length the parents are willing to go to ensure the proper transition in playing ability as far as attaining new goals and ascertaining a higher playing ability level. As we all know, tennis is not affordable to most parents and this can become a problem...but I do know sources that you could get grant funding from to help extract money to help pay for the development of your child...but we can talk in greater detail later...I hope your doing well.

Sincerely,

Jason Lampione
At 9:00pm on June 3, 2008, Mary Nunaley said…
Hi Jason,
thanks! I look forward to speaking to you and will call in the next day or so.

mary
At 11:47pm on May 5, 2008, Mark / The Mayor said…
Jason, Have you noticed the Beginner Racqueteers group? One idea that would be cool is for you to join in there and offer online tips to the beginners. You have probably seen the Instruction section in the Forum too. This might be a good place to start a thread telling people about uploading videos of their shots. People do that on TW, but the critiques are coming from average joes not pros like you.
M
At 9:51am on April 9, 2008, Mark / The Mayor said…
Hi Jason! It's great to have you here! I think you have the right idea - use Tennisopolis to connect with other players, students and friends. Some ideas for you: You can start a Jason's Students group and invite your students - you can keep in touch with all of them through here. You can add photos, links, etc.

This is my *new* generic welcome message that, fortunately, is required due to the enormous growth. We're growing by 100 new members a day, and I just couldn't keep up. But that's a good thing. ;-)

Invite your friends too. We’re trying to reach 20,000 members by Wimbledon. :-)
If you need any help, let me know.
M
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You just joined a super fun and infectious "community-based" tennis social network which connects tennis players, fans, coaches, and you.

To get started, please upload a photo or avatar for yourself (if you haven’t already.) Whether it's of you, your dog, or your racquet it doesn't matter, but it helps people remember you. You can also personalize Your Page with pictures, links, RSS feeds, colors and more here.

If you are looking to meet people for tennis matches, Look through the Groups or create a Group of your own and invite your tennis contacts. It's a good place to keep in touch with everyone in your circle.

Here’s a primer on how to meet other players.

The Forum is really the hub of the online community. Other places to explore: post youtube videos, add your own photos, write your own blog.

…and just hang out and meet great people.

Welcome aboard,
Mark

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