IMPACTING COMMUNITIES THROUGH QUALITY MANAGED ACTIVITIES
Awards and Achievements
-2018 USPTA National Community Service Award Lessons for Life Recipient
-2018 USPTA Texas Community Service Award Lessons For Life Recipient
-2016 President of the Dallas Professional Tennis Association
-2015 USPTA Texas Large Tennis Facility Manager Of The Year
-2013 USTA Texas Organization of The Year- Lifetime Tennis
-2013 Community Service Award for "Hitting The Books" underprivileged Kids Program
-2013 Coached 200 school teachers how to coach their 25,000 students in North Texas
-2012-Present. Coached over 15,000 children for non profit in North Texas
-2012 USTA Outstanding Large Facility Award, recieved at US Open
-2012 USTA No.1 Nationally Featured Facility Award recieved at US Open
-1994-Present Renewed every City Contract and increased revenues going every year
-Started new tennis programs in 6 schools accross the country
-Facilitated a 30% Tennis improvement expansion while managing the tennis facility at the Sheraton Harbor Island, San Diego
-Been involved with over 25 organizations, clubs, schools and tennis businesses around the US
-2010 Liason between USTA and Sheraton during their annual convention
-USTPA and USTA Longstanding members
-2006 Organizer of exhibition at $1.3 million WTA event Carlsbad, CA
2012 USTA National
No.1 Facility of the Year
Organization of the Year Award
2018 USPTA National Community Service Award Recipient
2018 USPTA Texas Lessons for Life Community Service Award
About Impact Activities
Impact Activities was established in 2011. With the first facility being The Courts of McKinney, Tx. (). This new 11 court facility added 12 more courts in 2019 making it the largest outdoor tennis facility in the region. In 2015 Impact acquired contracts with the City of Fort Worth (McLeland Tennis Center , 16 courts with 2 climate controlled indoor courts) and in 2018 with the City of Dallas (Fretz Tennis Center , 15 outdoor courts), Samuell Grand Tennis Center (18 courts), L.B. Houston Tennis Center (16 courts), and two facilities in 2019 with the City of Wichita Falls- Hamilton Park Tennis Center (12 courts) and Weeks Park Tennis Center (9 courts). In 2020 Impact invested in adding Pickleball court to all of the facilities.
Matt Hanlin is widely regarded as an expert in his field by his peers. As a player he was the former practice partner to Serena and Venus Williams, an All-American at the University of Washington, the Schools winningest player of all time, and a top #400 ATP world player.
His directing and managing experience was honed through mostly municipal tennis facilities. Matt has been a guest speaker at the Texas Recreation and Parks Society annual conference, the USTA annual Texas conference, and the Dallas Professional Tennis Association annual coaches workshop. He has also been an advisory staff member for both Head and Wilson racket companies and a liaison for the USTA during their national convention and a nationally selected "Mentor" for their inaugural mentorship program in 2019. After serving on the board for several years, in 2016 Matt was elected as the President of the Dallas Professional Tennis Association, a non-profit org. dedicacted to growing tennis throughout Dallas.
In 2012 Impact Activities received several national accolades including 2012 USTA Outstanding facility award and 2012 USTA no 1. Featured Facility award, which Lifetime accepted at the US Open with the Mayor of McKinney Brian Loughmiller. These awards were followed by USTA Texas Organization of the Year in 2013, and USPTA Large Texas Facility Manager of the Year in 2015, and the 2018 Texas USPTA Lessons for Life (community service) Award and then later that year the 2018 USPTA National Community Service Award.
Matt's vast experience stems over 20 years from him having been hands on at all his various tennis facilities, Matt and his seasoned team have a complete perspective of any tennis business, from managing the staff, retail, player retention, programming, marketing, budgeting, etc. Impact Activities is excited to serve your tennis management needs.