UBU Sports Brings Leading Synthetic Turf Systems to American Football Coaches Association Show

Attendees can stop by Booth 8097 to discuss how scientifically engineered synthetic turf systems from UBU Sports can optimize athlete performance and improve safety.

San Antonio, TX, January 08, 2016 --(PR.com)-- UBU Sports®, the premier manufacturer and supplier of synthetic turf systems that optimize performance and enhance safety, will be exhibiting in Booth 8097 at the 93rd Annual American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Convention, being held January 10-13 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. More than 6,000 coaches attend the four-day event each year, with more than 100 speakers discussing a variety of topics, including of the most important issues facing football coaches today: concussion management.

“One of the most important yet overlooked ways coaches can better protect their athletes against head injuries is treating the surface those athletes play on the same way they treat the equipment those players wear,” says Mark Nicholls, CEO of UBU Sports. “UBU Sports has scientifically engineered sport-specific synthetic turf systems that are subjected to rigorous ASTM testing, giving football coaches peace of mind that their athletes are playing on the safest and best-performing synthetic turf system possible.”

While UBU Sports synthetic turf systems are commonly identified as one of the preferred synthetic turf playing surfaces in the NFL, prominently featured at stadiums as well as team practice facilities, it has also become increasingly popular on the collegiate and high school levels as well. Last year, for example, the University of Houston, playing on a UBU Sports synthetic turf field, went 9-0 at home, including its American Athletic Conference championship game victory. In those nine victories, the Cougars averaged nearly 38 points per game.

UBU Sports is a leading brand of synthetic turf surfaces for use in a variety of sporting events, including football, baseball, field hockey, soccer, rugby, and lacrosse. UBU Sports’ fields serve as ground gear for teams ranging from professional franchises (e.g. New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals, San Francisco 49ers, Denver Broncos, Pittsburgh Steelers, Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans, New York Jets and New York Giants), collegiate and major indoor arena leagues to local high schools and municipalities. UBU Sports incorporates science and technology into each surface they provide, creating the ultimate ground gear for athletes.

For more information on UBU Sports, please visit www.ubusports.com.
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Dennis Van Milligen
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