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Bryan Brothers headline Tennis Fest again at Spanish Hills Country Club July,19

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After reaching another Wimbledon Doubles final for the 7th time last week the Bryan Brothers will be in town on Saturday, July 19th, for their gala Tennis Fest at the beautiful Spanish Hills Country Club in Camarillo.

The event is headed up by Spanish Hills Director of tennis Dave McKinney and will feature All Star Tennis, some very special tennis and entertainment stars, wine, food and music with the participation of restaurants, wineries, breweries, caterers and specialty shops.

And as usual, it is all for a great cause. Thanks to immense local and national support, the Bryan Brothers Foundation has been able to donate over $530,000 to deserving tennis kids and youth programs in Ventura and Santa Barbara County and across the nation over the past few years.

Wayne Bryan, Mike and Bob's dad, says, "The best part of the day is that it brings together our area’s tennis community. And Mike ‘n Bob are happy to greet everyone and thank them for their friendship and help since Jump Street."

While all court-side VIP Tables are sold out, General Admission Tickets are still available for $100. General admission tickets allow you to enjoy the afternoon/evening of tennis exhibitions, wine and food tastings featuring some of the areas finest wineries and restaurants as well as a concert with the Bryan Brothers Band and other guest artists. Seating is space available in the general seating area.

The Pro-Am Doubles Tournament starts at 4:00pm.

The Tennis Fest web site is


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