Salem, N.J. -- Recently, it was “love all“ at Mannington Mills’ Salem, N.J., headquarters as local tennis enthusiasts gathered to compete for the fourth annual Ranch Hope Wrangler’s Tennis Tournament. Proceeds from the event benefit Ranch Hope, a local nonprofit, that helps at-risk children and families throughout the Delaware Valley.

The round robin competition was limited to 24 players who competed in men’s, women’s and mixed doubles. “This event combines fitness and fun for a cause that’s very special to our company and community,” said Jim Smith, manager of Mannington Fitness Center.

David Bailey, Jr., Ranch Hope, CEO, added, “We’re thrilled to have just completed the 4th Annual Ranch Hope Wranglers Tennis Classic with a sell-out crowd. Ranch Hope is so grateful for our partnership with Mannington Mills for hosting the event each year. Mannington’s ongoing support of Ranch Hope is truly a blessing to our youth and staff. We also sincerely thank this year’s sponsors, The Memorial Hospital of Salem County and The Lions Club of Wenonah. We look forward to 2019.”

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