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Mercedes-Benz is proud to be the “Official Vehicle” of the US Open and the Presenting Sponsor of the US Open Men’s Singles Championship, one of the most prestigious tournaments in tennis.

Beyond the prominent three-pointed star that graces the courts and nets, Mercedes-Benz has been an avid supporter of tennis since 1996 and continues to actively support the game through a range of initiatives. This dedication starts in communities throughout the country with the Mercedes-Benz Dealer Championships, a national amateur tennis program. The commitment continues with the Laureus Foundation and its activities during Arthur Ashe Kids Day, and through fan experiences on the grounds at the US Open.

As the Official Vehicle of the US Open, Mercedes-Benz provides a fleet of luxury vehicles essential to transporting players, special guests and other VIPs safely and in-style during the tournament. However, the players aren’t the only ones getting the VIP Treatment. Mercedes-Benz will offer complimentary parking to all 2015 US Open attendees who arrive in a Mercedes-Benz vehicle. This benefit is offered at general parking lots during every session of the tournament from Monday, August 31 through Sunday, September 13, 2015.

Tennis fans and auto enthusiasts can check out the newest Mercedes-Benz vehicles on display throughout the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Brand Center visitors will be among the first to experience the newest products Mercedes-Benz has to offer.  For those craving horsepower and distinctive style, Mercedes-AMG high-performance vehicles will be on display in South Plaza. The Mercedes-Benz vehicle displays will continue in the food court with the all-new 2016 smart fortwo.

The passion, precision and persistence required on and off the court to become the US Open Men’s Singles Champion are characteristics shared by Mercedes-Benz. We believe in the best or nothing and that drives our success on and off the road.

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