2018 MTEF Tennis Ball Dinner

The Milwaukee Tennis & Education Foundation (MTEF) is gearing up for its 20th Annual MTEF Tennis Ball, which will be held on Saturday, October 27th, 2018 at Harley Davidson - Chrome. The event will bring together many special guests including partners, supporters, local dignitaries and community leaders.  We are honored to have The Premiere Match Sponsorship this year from Joel and Caran Quadracci.

The Tennis Ball, MTEF’s largest fundraiser of the year, supports all aspects of MTEF’s nationally recognized TEAM programming. This year’s committee, headed by Turqoise Welch-Loera, has set a goal of at least $130,000 profit and 300 attendees.

MTEF is one of more than 400 National Junior Tennis & Learning (NJTL) chapters in the US. NJTL, originally called National Junior Tennis League, was founded in 1969 by tennis legend Arthur Ashe, his UCLA tennis teammate, Charles Pasarell and a good friend, entrepreneur Sheridan Snyder to promote the sport among urban youth who might otherwise not be exposed to the game.


What: 20th Annual MTEF Tennis Ball Dinner
Where: Harley Davidson - Chrome
400 W. Canal Street
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Directions - click here     
When: Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018
6 p.m. - Cocktails/Silent Auction
7:30 p.m. - Dinner/Evening Program 
9:30 p.m. - 11:59 p.m. 
Why: To raise money for youth tennis and education programs
Chair: Turqoise Welch-Loera
Honorary Chair: Brandon Currie, PhD
Emcee: Doug Russell of WTMJ 
Cost: Registration is now closed - Please call the office for assistance.
Goal: $130,000 Profit & 300 Attendees
Auction Donation Letter: Donation Letter 
Auction Donation Form: Auction Form / ONLINE Auction Form
Corporate Benefits Package: Sponsorship Opportunities
Reservation Form: Sponsorship Reservation Form 
Invitation: Save the Date / Invitation Card
Online Registration: Registration is now closed - Please call the office for assistance.

We look forward to welcoming you to our 20th Annual Event,

The Tennis Ball Dinner and Auction


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