Source: Dinoflex

SALMON ARM, BC - September 16, 2011 - DINOFLEX® has partnered with the Green School House Series to provide recycled rubber surfacing to schools in the US, in low income areas. "Because DINOFLEX was founded on the principal of environmental stewardship, the Green Schoolhouse Series seemed a natural choice for our company to become involved with", says Terry MacLeod, CEO. He continues "The children of tomorrow need our help today and we're pleased that our recycled rubber flooring will be a part of this project. This initiative gives communities a valuable tool for educating children about "being green". It also gives us the opportunity to increase our contribution to the environment without having to forgo the fun parts like vivid expression, visual impact and dynamic colors. While we take pride in participating in such an exciting vision, we also take comfort in knowing that our products will be appreciated for being durable and reliable. DINOFLEX floors are shock absorbent, slip resistant, stain resistant, and low maintenance - properties that will ensure students and staff have a productive environment in which to grow. We're looking forward to working on the Green Schoolhouse Series." More than 14 million American children spend their days in schools that are substandard or dangerous. The Green Schoolhouse Series is a unique collaboration bringing together corporations, foundations, school districts, municipalities, communities, media outlets, and volunteers to build high-performance, environmentally sustainable, LEED-Platinum designed Green Schoolhouses at Title 1, low income, public schools. Please visit www.dinoflex.com to learn more.

Emily Attwood is Managing Editor of Athletic Business.