"Quality is not an ACT. It is a HABIT."
Sports Business - Published 2011
"...PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) hospitality and leisure sector report for 2010-13 suggested that sponsorship would remain the fastest-growing global sports sector,..."
"Sports Venue Padding's CEO Troy Robinson has been selected as the committee technical expert for the setting of standard specifications for Outdoor Wall Padding needed for qualifications of construction designs for the American Society of Testing Materials."
Tennis Industry Magazine
"To rephrase what your mother told you, it’s all fun and games until someone runs into a support column. The indoor tennis facility can offer a lot of advantages."
MomsTeam.com - Published 2015
"After testing padded goal posts in both the laboratory and the field, the Consumer Product Safety Commission concluded that padded posts do indeed reduce significantly the number and severity of injuries, and are especially effective in reducing injuries to the head."
"With an overly larger home field, the New York Mets players were having some trouble hitting home runs at their own field, where they should be at an advantage..."
Daily News - Published 2014
"We talked about how so many major league baseball parks don't have sufficient padding on their outfield walls."
ESPN - Published 2009
"Just before Rick Ankiel barreled headfirst into the wall, the thought flashed through his mind: My career is finished."
ESPN - Published 2012
"We want to believe the warning track is this awesome alarm system that tells a speeding outfielder that the wall is coming up soon. But..."
Athletic Business - Published 2009
"Products designed to enhance the appearance of ballparks and stadiums at all levels of competition are in no short supply, providing facility owners and operators with a veritable à la carte menu of upgrade options, without breaking their budgets."
Pioneer Press - Published 2014
"After Twins center fielders Aaron Hicks and Sam Fuld were concussed after crashes into the Target Field wall, owner Jim Pohlad called assistant general manager Rob Antony asking if the injuries were a result of the wall’s hardness."