Source: Good Sports Boston, April 3, 2013 - More than 350 business and sports industry leaders joined the national nonprofit Good Sports for its 10th Annual Legends of the Ball fundraiser on Tuesday, April 2. Local sports media icons Glenn Ordway and Tom Caron emceed the cocktail reception, dinner and live and silent auctions, which ultimately raised $210,000 for the organization - 27 percent more than last year's event proceeds. Good Sports, dedicated to providing athletic equipment, footwear and apparel to disadvantaged youth across the country, is also celebrating its 10th anniversary as a nonprofit, and a milestone of serving 500,000 kids. Good Sports honored two of its most prominent partners at the event, Easton-Bell Sports and The Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation, both recognized for their impressive work in youth sports and fitness nationwide. Easton-Bell donated more than $500,000 worth of equipment to organizations in 20 different states in 2012, allowing 23,000 disadvantaged youth to take the field and become more active. Since partnering with Good Sports in 2010, the Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation has donated more than $350,000 in sports and fitness equipment to youth across the state of Georgia. Easton-Bell earned the "Good Sport in Philanthropy" Award and the Falcons Youth Foundation won the "Good Sport in Sports" Award for their generous work. The live and silent auctions featured unique experiential items, including: an opportunity to play backyard Wiffle Ball with Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks, which auctioned for $5,600; a private dinner with Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, which auctioned for $4,500; a chance to watch a 2013 Red Sox game in the same luxury box as General Manager Ben Cherington, with a winning bid of $3,000; a 10-person private dinner at Stephanie's on Newbury or Stephi's on Tremont with celebrity chef Corey Comeau, which went for $4,250; and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help keep score behind Fenway Park's iconic Green Monster, with a winning bid of $3,000. The Legends of the Ball event also boasted top-tier sponsors, including "MVP" supporters NESN, WEEI , CSX Corporation and The Boston Globe , and "All Star" sponsors Donoghue, Barrett and Singa, FiveStar Senior Living, Sullivan & Worcester and Thomson Reuters . About Good SportsGood Sports helps lay the foundation for healthy, active lifestyles by providing athletic equipment, footwear and apparel to disadvantaged young people nationwide. By partnering with sporting goods manufacturers, Good Sports gets crucial equipment to kids who need it most, getting them in the game. Since 2003, Good Sports has provided more than $8 million worth of equipment to 1,000 youth programs, impacting more than 500,000 kids.
- by Emily Attwood
- April 2013
BROOKINGS, S.D. – Dec. 8, 2016 – Daktronics (NASDAQ-DAKT) of Brookings, South Dakota, announces the installation of a centerhung video display and custom arena sound system at Buford City School’s new gymnasium in Georgia. The centerhung is one of the largest installed in an American high school and is being put to good use supporting basketball, wrestling and volleyball activities.read more
Source: Userful Corporation
The $565 PC an ideal video wall controller for up to 9-screens and 4k content
December 8th, 2016 , Calgary, AB -- Userful Corporation, an industry leader in centralized display controller software, recently unveiled a new option for its revolutionary video wall solution, which makes the already high-performing and cost-effective video wall controller even more affordable.read more
Source: Brailsford & Dunlavey
Will Mangrum, Brad Noyes & Jeff Turner to Lead Program Management Firm's Continued National Expansion
Brailsford & Dunlavey is proud to announce the recent appointment of Will Mangrum, Brad Noyes and Jeff Turner, each to the role of Executive Vice President. The three join founders Paul Brailsford and Chris Dunlavey as principals of the firm.read more
Source: Hellas Construction Austin, TX (December 7, 2016)- Hellas Construction leads the industry in sports construction, product innovation, and project resourcefulness because to Hellas, more than the game matters. Hellas is continually using “green” approaches to produce the best products and facilities that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient. Green Initiatives are becoming more sought after, with more than 30 major LEED projects on the ground and more companies commencing projects nationwide. Hellas recognizes the need to foster the green movement toward environmentally sound products, procedures and construction for a better environment.read more
Source: XLNTbrain Sport™
The Maryland neurologist who invented XLNTbrain Sport™, an emerging online- and mobile-based concussion management program, is determined to advance concussion testing and protocols worldwide.
(Newswire.net -- December 6, 2016) National Harbor, MD --Neurologist Harry Kerasidis, M.D. has recently been named Chief Executive Officer, after a restructuring of the corporate ownership and operations for the concussion management software and service XLNTbrain Sport™, based in Maryland.read more
Source: National Athletic Trainers' Association
DALLAS, December 6, 2016 – The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) published today its new position statement, “Preventing and Managing Sport-Related Dental and Oral Injuries.” Created by the NATA Research & Education Foundation, the statement appears online in the Journal of Athletic Training, NATA’s scientific publication:http://natajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.4085/1062-6050-51.8.01read more
Source: Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA)
Silver Spring, MD, December 6, 2016 – The Sports Tech Conference presented by the Sports & Fitness Industry Association (SFIA), at CES 2017 to feature; NFL Hall of Famers, Warren Moon and Ronnie Lott; Olympic Gold Medalist, Nathan Adrian; Microsoft Corporate VP and Chief Evangelist, Steve Guggenheimer; and Executives from ESPN, BMW and Amer Sports.read more
Source: Gerflor USA
World-renowned flooring manufacturer remains official sports floor supplier for 2017-2020
CHICAGO (December 2016) — Gerflor USA, a leader in resilient sports floor manufacturing, announced that its France-based parent company, Gerflor, recently renewed its contract with The International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) – extending the organizations’ partnership for 2017-2020.
Gerflor, which was the official flooring supplier for FIVB’s volleyball competitions from 1997 to 2000, became FIVB’s regular partner in in 2005. The company’s Taraflex® flooring – the most widely used sports flooring in the world – has been selected for successive Olympic Games from Montreal in 1976 to Rio de Janeiro in 2016 for indoor sports, including volleyball, handball, badminton and table tennis.