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Squash Engine, Inc. specializes in creating visionary event promotions with a focus on unique sports events in extraordinary venues, like the ToC. By bringing the action of live athletic competitions to non traditional settings, Squash Engine brings new excitement to a variety of sports events. The end result is an unparalleled spectator experience and spectacular sponsor value.
Squash Engine is globally recognized as the leading international promoter of professional squash and has operated several high profile squash championship events. In conjunction with these championships, the company conceived and executed first-ever sports competitions in the following one-of-a kind venues:
Grand Central Terminal, New York City
Tournament of Champions (1995-Present)
Justin Herman Plaza South Lawn, San Francisco
NetSuite Open ( 2012 – present)
BCE Place, Toronto Canada
Canadian Squash Classic (2000-2005)
Symphony Hall, Boston Massachusetts
U.S. Open Squash Championships (2002-2005)
Showdown at Symphony (2010-present)
Squash Engine also created the first-ever, multi-event, television broadcast relationship for squash in the U.S. (The Tennis Channel, 2003.)
The list of sponsors with whom Squash Engine has worked includes: Accenture, American Express, CapitalSource Bank, Citibank, Dunlop Sports, First Republic Bank, J.P. Morgan Chase, Lexington Partners, Natixis, NBCUniversal, NetSuite, New York Sports Clubs, Sea Island, ThermoFisher Scientific, UBS and more.
The portfolio of events produced by Squash Engine. includes the Grand Slam Cup of Squash, Legends of Forest Hills, Legends of Squash, NetSuite Open, Showdown at Symphony, Tournament of Champions and the Nicol Champions Academy. The Boston-based company is led by US Squash Hall of Fame member John Nimick.
Squash Engine is available to create and execute your visionary event.
President, Squash Engine, Inc.
United States Office
Event Engine, Inc.
56 Spooner Road
Boston, MA 02467
phone: +1 617 731-6874
fax: +1 617 277-1457