John Hernandez of Spicewood, Texas was the lucky winner of the Grand Prize presented by the Village of Time during the USTA Open Tournament, hosted by Euro Red Clay Tennis at the Village of Time. He will receive 7 nights free accommodation in Paris, a $1900 value.
“Thank you for the Paris prize, this is wonderful. My mom is excited! Great venue, great tournament,” John said after receiving his Grand Prize certificate.
All registered tournament participants qualified to enter to win the Grand Prize. Hundreds of participants visited the Village of Time during the three day tournament. Visitors enjoyed Mediterranean fare provided by Tipsy Pizza, and watched Open Division tennis matches being played on the European red clay courts. Hernandez competed in the Men’s Open Division of the tournament.
“We are so happy for John and want to congratulate him on winning the Seven Nights in Paris Grand Prize. Celebrating the Mediterranean lifestyle by sharing stories and experiences is central to the mission of the Village of Time, and we look forward to hearing all about John’s visit to France.” said Rachel Dory, marketing director at the Village of Time.
Euro Red Clay Tennis at the Village of Time is a Mediterranean tennis & social experience on cool red clay in the Texas Hill Country, 29 miles from Austin and its airport. It offers tennis weekends, socials, camps, clinics & tournaments on state of the art and true EuroRed clay tennis courts surrounded by Mediterranean terraces of lavender, rosemary and olive trees.
About the Village of Time Where the Best Things Happen The Village of Time invites you to experience enriching cultural experiences along the route of the olive tree from the Mediterranean to California. Village of Time was planned at the Grove of the Village of Time; its boundaries have grown to another location on Bell Springs Rd, to Paris France and continues to expand to include other choice sites. It will offer a family experience & discovery of the Mediterranean culture, history, stories & legends, cuisine & countries along the journey of the Beladi Mother olive tree from the Village of Bechealeh to the Texas Hill Country and to the wine country of California in Santa Rosa.