SnapSports® Named Official Playing Surface Provider of USA Team Handball

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USA Team Handball introduced Utah-based SnapSports® as its official playing surface provider today.

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As one of the most popular Olympic team sports, we knew it was important for our company to establish a strong relationship and global presence with the U.S. national governing body. We look forward to getting world class athletes of this exciting sport on our new Bounceback® ShockTower® suspended game courts.

With SnapSports® accepting a seat on the USA Team Handball National Board of Directors and providing its premium sports flooring system in customized red-white-and-blue for USA Team Handball's signature events, they have committed to a four-year comprehensive alliance with a great organization. The first competition to take place on "National Court" will be the 2009 Club Championships in Elgin, Illinois.

SnapSports Vice-President of Sales, Dan Wollman, is currently with the USA Team Handball directors and management at the 21st IHF World Championships in Zagreb Croatia, where he is hosting some of the company's European distributors.

"Snapsports is excited to team up with USA Team Handball. We feel the sport has great potential for growth in the United States with the development plan and outstanding leadership they've assembled at USA Team Handball," said Wollman. "As one of the most popular Olympic team sports, we knew it was important for our company to establish a strong relationship and global presence with the U.S. national governing body. We look forward to getting world class athletes of this exciting sport on our new Bounceback® ShockTower® suspended game courts."

SnapSports' multi-patent athletic surfaces simply "snap" together and assemble easily in just a few hours. The flooring provides both lateral and vertical "give" - reducing injuries to athletes. SnapSports is a worldwide leader in residential and commercial athletic surfaces. SnapLock Industries and its SnapSports®, RaceDeck®, DuraGrid® and SnapLock® brands have been recognized among Utah's 100 leading companies and as one of America's fastest growing companies by Inc. Magazine. CEO, Jorgen Moller, was also among Utah's Entrepreneur of the Year finalists in 2008.

"SnapSports is providing a top performing state-of-the-art product that handball enthusiasts instantly recognize and appreciate," said Steve Pastorino, general manager of USA Team Handball. "Additionally, they have pledged to open doors for us to thousands of clients across America with SnapSports' athletic courts - places where handball can quickly develop a following. In return, we will collaborate with their sales force to introduce them to new domestic and international markets."

About SnapSports
Based in Salt Lake City, UT, SnapSports, Inc., is the leading manufacturer & supplier of modular suspended sports surfacing world-wide. Its 100,000 square foot facility operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year.

Over 35 years ago, the family at SnapSports created the modular sports flooring industry you see today. You can be assured that when you purchase an authentic SnapSports® product, you are getting the highest level of quality and performance sports flooring available at any price.

About USA Team Handball
USA Team Handball, a 501-c-3 corporation headquartered in Salt Lake City, was certified by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) on April 30, 2008. The federation's board of directors is chaired by President Dieter Esch. Its jurisdiction includes development of grass roots programs, preparation of national teams and day-to-day oversight of the sport of Team Handball throughout the United States. USA Team Handball is the only organization recognized by the USOC and IHF to lead handball initiatives in the United States.

For more SnapSports information contact
Michelle De Young
801-746-0143
Visit them online at http://www.snapsports.com.

For more USA Handball information visit
http://www.usateamhandball.org.

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