Press Release (ePRNews.com) - KITCHENER, Ontario - Sep 28, 2016 - Kitchener RE/MAX realtor (https://www.kitchenerwaterloo-realestate.com/), Looey Tremblay, has become the first certified #Pickleball teaching professional in Canada. Certified by the International Pickleball Teaching Professional Association (IPTPA), the sports body consisting of the top Pickleball players and coaches in the world, Tremblay has joined their ranks as a top Pickleball coach and instructor in Canada (http://www.iptpa.com/training-centers/).
Silver medalist in the 5.0 level of play at the 2016 US Open Pickleball Championships in Naples, Florida, Tremblay has exercised his skill set both on and off the court in his achievements as an athlete, coach and #realtor. His distinguished 30+-year career in the bricks and mortar world of real estate sales mirrors his high achievements on the Pickleball court. He parlayed his sales skills into negotiating a bricks and mortar location for IPTPA-certified Pickleball instruction at the legendary K-W Badminton Club. This iconic club, located at 69 Agnes Street in Kitchener, Ontario, is home to “six world-class hardwood floor courts under 35-foot high ceilings and two large viewing galleries.”
Coaching all levels of Pickleball instruction including beginner, intermediate, advanced and tournament play, Tremblay is currently concentrating on coaching for the 2017 Engage Canadian Open Championships at RIM Park in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He is also actively cultivating high-end Pickleball games for higher echelon Pickleball players including 4.0+ player play and development. Find out more by emailing Looey Tremblay at email@example.com; cell: 519-241-1230.
About Kitchener-Waterloo Pickleball Association
Promotes the standardization and advancement of Pickleball through instruction; partnerships; administration; development; participation and awareness in the Kitchener-Waterloo Community.
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