Entrepreneur Ein Makes a Racquet

Washington, D.C.-based entrepreneur and venture capitalist Marc Ein is bringing a World TeamTennis Pro League franchise to the nation's capital, reports Washington Post Staff Writer Liz Clarke.

The Washington Kastles team is exploring a handful of locations to serve as a temporary stadium for the season, which begins this summer.

Ein is the founder and CEO of D.C.-based Venturehouse Group and the majority owner of Kastle Systems, a security systems firm. Many metro area workers are familiar with the "Kastle Key" device enabling them to access their workplace office buildings.

Tennis legend Billie Jean King co-founded World TeamTennis in 1974.

By Sharon McLoone |  February 15, 2008; 1:08 PM ET
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