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Zane Fulton named tennis director at Midtown Athletic Club

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  • Zane Fulton has been named Tennis Director at Midtown Athletic Club in Palatine.

      Zane Fulton has been named Tennis Director at Midtown Athletic Club in Palatine.
    Courtesy of Midtown Athletic Clubs

 
Dave Silbar

Midtown Athletic Club in Palatine, a leader in the suburban Chicago tennis and fitness industry, has announced the appointment of Zane Fulton as Tennis Director. Mr. Fulton served in this same capacity at Midtown Athletic Club in Willowbrook since 2009.

At Palatine, Fulton will be responsible for executing a comprehensive tennis program including nearly 20 adult USTA and local leagues teams, 10-and-Under junior tennis programs, a junior development program, Cardio Tennis, youth and adult tournaments, social events, group and private lessons, while overseeing a staff of 10 professionals.

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Born and raised in Eugene, OR, Fulton attended Ferris State University in Big Rapids, MI, where he received a bachelor's degree in Business Marketing and Professional Tennis Management in 2003. He is certified by the United States Professional Tennis Association.

"We are privileged to have a professional of Zane's caliber to lead our operations here at Midtown Athletic Club," said Michael Mahoney, Senior Vice President of Tennis Operations for Chicago-based Midtown Athletic Clubs. "He will be an excellent teacher and mentor to our members and associates and will enhance the club's reputation as the premier place for tennis in the northwest suburbs."

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