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MORE REAL ESTATE NEWS: WTA MOVING HEADQUARTERS TO CT
Published December 21, 1994
The State of Connecticut is expected to announce today that the WTA Tour Players Association is moving its headquarters to Stamford, CT, in February. Officials of the WTA Tour, which has been headquartered in St. Petersburg, FL since '90, said CT offers a "better business environment." The Tour will continue to maintain some offices in St. Petersburg. WTA Tour spokesperson Toni Woods said the move is part of an effort to restructure the WTA Tour through a merger with the Women's Tennis Council. Woods: "Because of this integration, we're streamlining the tour. It's more like the NFL now. There's never really been a league office in women's professional tennis. This makes it easier" (Roberto Gonzalez, HARTFORD COURANT, 12/21).