Many Community Tennis Associations (CTAs) across the country are faced with budget shortfalls forcing them to identify cost savings wherever possible, without eliminating key tennis programming and services for their community.
The USTA recognizes the need to identify low-cost solutions for community based organizations that promote and develop the growth of tennis. One of these solutions offered to eligible USTA Community Tennis Associations is the USTA Master Liability Insurance Program and the Directors & Officers and Employment Practices Insurance Program.
Each is a professional high quality insurance program offering substantial liability coverage with a discounted enrollment contribution. Read on to learn which program is right for your CTA.
Master Liability Insurance Program
The Master Liability Insurance Program offers up to $3 million in coverage against allegations of negligence resulting from bodily injury or property damage.
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The enrollee contribution level for each CTA $225 a year for those organizations with an annual budget of $25,000 or less and $600 for those organizations with an annual budget of more than $25,000. You simply will not find such annual coverage at this cost anywhere on the market. After enrolling in either program, organizations have access to a direct toll-free number with dedicated support and assistance with any of their insurance needs.
Directors/Officers/Employment Practices Insurance Program
The Directors and Officers and Employment Practices Insurance Program offers coverage through an “A”-Rated (Excellent) carrier for CTAs nationwide.
Policy features include: insurer will locate and provide the appropriate defense counsel; no deductible; $1,000,000 limit of liability with simple and inexpensive pricing (assumes assets of less than $1,000,000); and loss prevention services from a national law firm specializing in employment, labor and benefits law risk management assistance.
Community Tennis Associations are the driving force behind the growth of tennis in the United States. Your organization can’t afford to forego or overspend on insurance coverage. With budgets tightening, don’t allow your organization to be confronted by those bulging eyes from the Geico commercials.
More than 500 CTAs across the country have decided to enroll in a USTA-offered insurance program this year. Add your organization to that list and enjoy the peace of mind that comes along with insurance coverage.
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