Help Keep the Sony Open in Miami
Dear Tournament Supporter,
On November 6, 2012, the voters of Miami Dade County will be asked the following question, the answer to which will have a profound impact on the Sony Open:
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 7 OF THE HOME RULE CHARTER, DO YOU APPROVE?
• ERECTION OF PERMANENT STRUCTURES AND EXPANSION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES AT CRANDON PARK TENNIS CENTER FOR PUBLIC PARK AND TENNIS TOURNAMENT USE, WHICH SHALL BE FUNDED SOLELY BY TENNIS CENTER AND TOURNAMENT REVENUES AND PRIVATE FUNDS; AND
• MODIFICATION AND EXTENSION OF AGREEMENTS WITH OPERATOR OF SONY OPEN TENNIS TOURNAMENT OR ITS SUCCESSORS?
As part of our Tournament Family, I wanted you to know why this question is on the ballot, what is at stake and, let you know what you can do to help the voters understand the importance of this matter. And we should not take it lightly as the significance of the Sony Open to South Florida cannot be overstated. It is to South Florida as Wimbledon is to London and as the US Open is to New York.
To cover a great deal of ground quickly, we have prepared answers to the questions that have so far, frequently been asked.
Get the VIP treatment and go behind the scenes with the 2013 Priceless Experiences Program Presented by MasterCard. Go
This exclusive venue features an upscale restaurant, trendy bar and lounge area which allow guests the opportunity to escape the heat.Go