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The Escola Internacional del Camp and Tennis Salou H2O join forces to improve the range of sports activities for students and families

The Escola Internacional del Camp (EIC) and the Tennis Salou H2O club have signed an agreement so that the EIC students and their families can use the facilities of the club and enjoy great benefits.

 

Jaume Vilella, General Manager of the EIC, and Natxo Jacob, Manager of Tennis Salou H2O, signed this agreement coinciding with the Open Sport Day 2018 of the school, where students and parents signed up for a large number of extra-curricular activities and in which the tennis club offered extra-curricular tennis and paddle Friday from 5pm to 6pm. 

Thanks to this agreement, the school will have a family fee of zero euros, among many other advantages for the whole family.

The club and the EIC have already cooperated on other sporting events recently, such as a course for starters in paddle and the club tennis , Ferran Barceló (paddle) and Pablo Bustos (tennis) led activites in the school last year, an initiative which will also be held this year.

The objective of the agreement is to improve motor development of students in their curricular and extracurricular activities, give a greater variety of sports activities for EIC students and enable family members to benefit from exclusive advantages for sports.

With the new agreement, the EIC students and their families can enjoy the modern facilities of the club, including indoor 25 metre swimming pool, paddle and tennis courts, gym, fitness sessions, cycling, leisure lounge, restaurant and much more, all in an idyllic setting surrounded by nature and peace.

For more information, please call the club (977 370 012) or visit the website www.TennisSalouH2O.com.

 

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