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Choosing the Right Surface for a Multi-Use Field

As an athletic director or business director for a school, it is your responsibility to keep your facilities safe for the players while maintaining the appearance and appeal of your school. Multi-use fields can play a pivotal role in a school’s

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Preventing Cracks in Your Tennis Court and Why It’s important

To ensure your tennis court maintains its beautiful look and quality playing surface, certain precautions need to be taken. For over 25 years, American Athletic Track and Turf has proudly provided beautiful tennis courts and tennis court

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Picking the Proper Mill and Overlay

When giving your running track or tennis court a make-over, it’s important to hire someone with the knowledge and expertise on what it takes to provide a surface that is safe for the people using it. A lot of owners and designers will cut

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Make Your Investment Count When Upgrading Your Sports Facility

It’s hard to know exactly what should and shouldn’t be upgraded when making a sports facility investment. It’s even harder to find a contractor who is not only competent about the rules and regulations that each sport requires, but can also

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The Importance of Repairing Cracks in a Tennis Court

Whether you’re an athletic director of a school, a business director for a tennis facility, or own a personal tennis court, making sure your tennis court is always in good shape is extremely important. For over 25 years, American Athletic Track

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    President, Kinsey Associations,
    Park & Recreation Consultants
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