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Phil Parrish

Tennis Director

The Longfellow Clubs

HQ Phone:  (508) 358-7355

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The Longfellow Clubs

524 Boston Post Road

Wayland, Massachusetts,01778

United States

Company Description

Longfellow has been community and national leaders in the area of energy conservation. Working with BSR and the national group Climate Wise, Longfellow has developed a number of environmentally sound practices that have set standards for other clubs and busine...more

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RB CHAMPION PROFILE: Phil Parrish "Tennis players care about the environment" - Recycle Balls

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RB CHAMPION PROFILE: Phil Parrish "Tennis players care about the environment"
This is another in a series of interviews with Recycleballs Champions - tennis athletes that passionately care about the sport of tennis and the environment. These leaders are mobilizing their community to improve tennis by implementing the Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Program. One such athlete is Phil Parrish from Wayland, Massachusetts. Phil Parrish has served as The Longfellow Club Tennis Director for the last 15 years and manages a staff of 25 certified pros. As a UPSTA Pro, Phil has been recognized several times and awarded for his drive and commitment to the sport throughout his career. Phil signed up for the Recycleballs pilot program after meeting founder Derrick Senior at the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Phil operates eight courts and comprehensive programming for hundreds of tennis players. Due to the large volume of tennis balls in rotation, his team change out and dispose of 2,000 tennis balls every six weeks. Thank you, Phil, for all you do to protect the environment.


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Although the Perkins School provides some of the equipment, Vallabh approached her coach at the Longfellow Club in Wayland, tennis director Phil Parrish, who arranged with the Babolat equipment company to donate the nets.


May 2017 - Recycle Balls

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RB CHAMPION PROFILE: Phil Parrish "Tennis players care about the environment"
This is another in a series of interviews with Recycleballs Champions - tennis athletes that passionately care about the sport of tennis and the environment. These leaders are mobilizing their community to improve tennis by implementing the Recycleballs QUICKSHIP Program. One such athlete is Phil Parrish from Wayland, Massachusetts. Phil Parrish has served as The Longfellow Club Tennis Director for the last 15 years and manages a staff of 25 certified pros. As a UPSTA Pro, Phil has been recognized several times and awarded for his drive and commitment to the sport throughout his career. Phil signed up for the Recycleballs pilot program after meeting founder Derrick Senior at the International Tennis Hall of Fame.


The Tennis Recruiting Network

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Phil Parrish, Tennis Director, The Longfellow Club, National Tournament Director, Former College Coach


December Newsletter

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The director of The Longfellow Club, Phil Parrish ran the on court workshop.
He showed our volunteers how to teach children the game of tennis and included many fun ways to do it!


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