reBounces | Tennis Ball Recycling
reBounces is leading the global green tennis movement from its northwest Arkansas headquarters. The patented technology behind the first-in-world bulk tennis ball repressurizing device - the Green Tennis Machine - allows tennis facilities to increase the life of their tennis balls while simultaneously generating significant savings and reducing their landfill impact.
Additionally, reBounces has begun the first recycling program targeted at the 100+ million tennis balls consumed annually in the US. With the help of partners such as FedEx Ground, BNP Paribas and Bank of the West, reBounces has presented its recycling program and technologies to hundreds of thousands of tennis patrons at some of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world.
For more information on the Green Tennis Machine or tennis ball recycling options, please go to www.rebounces.com.
- Business Product
- Contact Information
- 1313 Highway 62-65N
- Suite F
- Harrison, AR 72601
- (888) 630-5696
- Management Team
- Bill Dirst
- Cannon Fletcher
- Grant Garland
- Eric Korita
- 5/3/2013 - rebounces: @priceline thanks for not helping out during a hotel booking gone bad... #lostcustomer
- 3/11/2013 - rebounces: @BrentSGambill dingers in the Spring.... Hope they continue until the Fall... Ms and dingers in same sentence is odd, no?
- 3/11/2013 - rebounces: @DevinBritton good luck tomorrow won't be able to be over there till the evening hope you #win
- 3/11/2013 - rebounces: @deniskudla nice win today in Dallas hopefully we can catch up tomorrow good luck in the final round of the Qs
- 1/6/2013 - rebounces: @skysportsnfl very refreshing versus here in States... How do you project Andy Murray? Wide Receiver, Safety, Punter?
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