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Partnership Expands Athletic Floor Offerings


Two new product collections and an Ecore Athletic catalog, offering surfaces for all athletic training and performance needs, are now available from Ecore, a company that transforms reclaimed materials into performance surfaces that make people’s lives better.

Ecore Athletic has partnered with Surface America, one of its subsidiaries, to feature a trio of installed systems for indoor and outdoor use. These systems complement Ecore’s existing offerings and feature two poured-in-place systems and an outdoor turf system. The three new products in the Surface America collection include Evertop, an outdoor poured-in-place system used in play areas without equipment, ElastroFloor Roll-Pour, a poured-in-place system for indoor courts and tracks, and RecSport Turf, a durable outdoor turf system.

“We are excited to introduce our customers to three new installed systems from Surface America,” said Bo Barber, Vice President of Sales with Ecore. “Surface America, along with Spectra Turf and A-Turf, is one of three subsidiaries that have been part of Ecore for more than 20 years. The indoor and outdoor installed systems we are now promoting complement our existing athletic surfaces really well. Surface America’s experienced installers and management team provides a complete skill set, from concept to completion.”

The collection formerly referred to as Stacked has been renamed as the Performance Collection and offers everything an athletic director or facility manager needs to create an ideal training and performance environment for athletes. The four composition rubber surfaces feature at least two layers of recycled engineered rubber, providing an ergonomically advanced surface. Available in a variety of colors, the products also feature sound and shock absorption, are fade resistant, durable, easy to clean and slip resistant wet or dry. The fifth product, Speed & Agility Turf, features a dense, textured nylon wear layer fusion bonded a composition rubber base layer, resulting in an ideal surface for footwork drills and sled work.

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