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Volleyball Technology Trends
Nick Cusick is co-founder and CEO of sports equipment manufacturer Bison, Inc., headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska. In this article, he lists the top innovations that have occurred with respect to volleyball net systems and related equipment during the past 30 years.

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New Surface Floors UTEP
When it comes to making changes at the University of Texas at El Paso's Don Haskins Center--named for the legendary basketball coach whose 1966 national championship-winning team was the inspiration behind the film Glory Road--there is a lot of history to consider. Fortunately, the longstanding relationship between UTEP and Robbins Sports Surfaces made the recent selection and installation of the Bio-Channel Classic surface an easy and positive process.

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Company News: Safety and Risk in Sports Facilities

While ASTM International provides voluntary consensus standards for many products used in sports facilities and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) offers standards for playgrounds, there is no regulatory agency or inspection process in place for sports courts and fields, leaving facility managers and users to manage risk on their own. The burden of improving safety often falls to officials, coaches, and parents, yet most injuries occur during practices and unsupervised play. Facility managers can be proactive in preventing injuries and limiting liability by acting on the suggestions below and consulting with their insurance company.

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Large format video screens seen at college and pro stadiums were once only available at pricing well above $120,000. Now they can be installed for less than $60,000.American Press Box, in partnership with Lamar Advertising, is offering video scoreboards to small colleges and high schools throughout the country at rates 50 percent less than standard pricing. How are we doing this? By refurbishing and certifying five to six-year-old video billboards.
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