SportsHealthNet Named Exclusive Sports Medicine Sponsor of Owl Foundation Tennis Challenge Featuring Venus and Serena Williams

Apr 05, 2001, 01:00 ET from PriMed Technologies, Inc.

    DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- SportsHealthNet, an
 interactive service of PriMed Technologies, Inc., has been named the exclusive
 sports medicine sponsor of the upcoming JPMorgan Chase Tennis Challenge,
 featuring Venus and Serena Williams.
     SportsHealthNet plans to launch www.sportshealthnet.com, an online
 resource for sports medicine information, during the festivities.  In addition
 to hosting an interactive information booth, SportsHealthNet will provide a
 physician for the event.
     The tennis challenge, which will benefit the OWL Foundation, will take
 place at the Delray Beach Tennis Center on Saturday, April 7, 2001.  The day
 will begin with an adult clinic at 9 a.m. and a Reebok/USA Tennis youth clinic
 starting at 10:30 a.m.; Venus and Serena will speak at both of these clinics.
 The matches are scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m., featuring a mixed-doubles
 match with Venus and Serena and brothers Luke and Murphy Jensen, another
 well-known set of sibling tennis stars.  A competitive singles match between
 the Williams sisters will begin at 2 p.m. and following this match, the tennis
 challenge will conclude with yet another singles match.  All proceeds from the
 event will benefit the OWL Foundation.
     The Oracene Williams Learning Foundation, founded by Venus and Serena's
 mother Oracene Williams, is a non-profit corporation that funds education
 programs for children and adults who are unable to learn in a traditional
 classroom setting.  Proceeds from the tennis challenge will be directed to the
 OWL Foundation primarily to provide grants for at-risk youths, enabling them
 to participate in educational remedial assistance programs.
     SportsHealthNet, an interactive service of PriMed Technologies, Inc., is a
 one-stop online resource for sports medicine information.  This interactive
 forum for sports medicine advice features around-the-clock access to medical
 professionals, exercise, nutrition and injury prevention tips, as well as
 links to other health-related sites and sports health-related products.
 SportsHealthNet also features the opportunity to chat online about sports
 injuries with physicians from sports-related specialties and provides a
 convenient way to find a doctor through the Sports Doctor Directory.  For more
 information about SportsHealthNet, call (954) 426-6056 or visit their Web site
 at www.sportshealthnet.com.
 
 

SOURCE PriMed Technologies, Inc.
    DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla., April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- SportsHealthNet, an
 interactive service of PriMed Technologies, Inc., has been named the exclusive
 sports medicine sponsor of the upcoming JPMorgan Chase Tennis Challenge,
 featuring Venus and Serena Williams.
     SportsHealthNet plans to launch www.sportshealthnet.com, an online
 resource for sports medicine information, during the festivities.  In addition
 to hosting an interactive information booth, SportsHealthNet will provide a
 physician for the event.
     The tennis challenge, which will benefit the OWL Foundation, will take
 place at the Delray Beach Tennis Center on Saturday, April 7, 2001.  The day
 will begin with an adult clinic at 9 a.m. and a Reebok/USA Tennis youth clinic
 starting at 10:30 a.m.; Venus and Serena will speak at both of these clinics.
 The matches are scheduled to start at 12:30 p.m., featuring a mixed-doubles
 match with Venus and Serena and brothers Luke and Murphy Jensen, another
 well-known set of sibling tennis stars.  A competitive singles match between
 the Williams sisters will begin at 2 p.m. and following this match, the tennis
 challenge will conclude with yet another singles match.  All proceeds from the
 event will benefit the OWL Foundation.
     The Oracene Williams Learning Foundation, founded by Venus and Serena's
 mother Oracene Williams, is a non-profit corporation that funds education
 programs for children and adults who are unable to learn in a traditional
 classroom setting.  Proceeds from the tennis challenge will be directed to the
 OWL Foundation primarily to provide grants for at-risk youths, enabling them
 to participate in educational remedial assistance programs.
     SportsHealthNet, an interactive service of PriMed Technologies, Inc., is a
 one-stop online resource for sports medicine information.  This interactive
 forum for sports medicine advice features around-the-clock access to medical
 professionals, exercise, nutrition and injury prevention tips, as well as
 links to other health-related sites and sports health-related products.
 SportsHealthNet also features the opportunity to chat online about sports
 injuries with physicians from sports-related specialties and provides a
 convenient way to find a doctor through the Sports Doctor Directory.  For more
 information about SportsHealthNet, call (954) 426-6056 or visit their Web site
 at www.sportshealthnet.com.
 
 SOURCE  PriMed Technologies, Inc.