Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
The new facility that broke ground in 2012, will serve as a complete multi-sport training facility for the Haiti National Olympic Committee and feature an open-air facility for basketball; handball; soccer; tennis; track & field; volleyball and an indoor gymnasium. Connor Sport Court International Vice President of International Sales Andrew Gettig and International Business Manager John Massman represented CSCI at the event today.
The Sport Court surfaces range from PowerGame® in the form of three volleyball courts, three basketball courts and three tennis courts in the 1,800 m2 outdoor facility, and Response® surfaces totaling 2,100 m2 in the indoor facility for basketball, handball and volleyball and Response as the sub-floors for indoor boxing and combat (judo, taekwondo and wrestling) indoor training areas.
“This significant International Olympic Committee Sports for Hope center in the Republic of Haiti represents a complete commitment by Connor Sport Court International. Sport Court has provided environmentally conscious and safe competitive sports flooring for the citizens of Haiti, and we have also prioritized this opportunity to play a role in the extremely important development of sport around the world as fostered by the mission the IOC Sports for Hope program,” said Andrew Gettig, Vice President of International Sales.
About Connor Sport Court International: http://www.connorsportcourt.com
Connor Sport Court is the market leader in sports surfacing and has built systems for many elite associations including the NBA, NCAA, FIBA, USATF and USA Volleyball. We specialize in both wood and synthetic surfaces and have appropriate solutions for every type of athletic, park or multi-use facility.
More athletic events are played on Connor Sport Court surfaces than on any other sports flooring in the world. Sport Court® is a registered trade mark of Connor Sport Court International. It is used to identify the original and authentic modular sport surfaces developed and continuously improved since they were introduced in 1974.