Everlast sports surfacing named Best Flooring and Surfacing supplier 2008
Everlast sports surfacing has received the 2008 Nova7 Award as Best Flooring and Surfacing supplier. Now in its fifth year, the Nova7 Supplier Awards competition, created by Fitness management magazine, is the only reader's choice award in the fitness industry - recognizing suppliers for their outstanding products and services.
"We are very pleased to receive the 2008 Nova7 award. The fact that we were singled out and selected by fitness facility owners, directors and managers - the very people who use our products and live with them every day - makes this honor particularly rewarding," said Robert Dougherty, general sales manager, surfacing.
Everlast products were praised as a durable, flexible and versatile sports surfacing solution that adheres to demanding environmental standards. Made from recycled rubber, Everlast sports surfacing delivers stamina and style for today's athletic club. Available in a selection of 28 cutting-edge color combinations for rolled goods and tile dimensions, 12 UltraTile colors, plus custom color and logo capabilities. Utilizing the latest technology, Everlast delivers color vividness, low odor and a smooth finish. Its superior resilience and durability will outlast most traditional fitness flooring options, resulting in less replacement costs, saving time and money.
Because of their positive environmental attributes Everlast products have the potential to contribute toward earning up to seven points under The United States Green Building Council's (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System, they are FloorScore certified and meet the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) criteria (Section 01350) for indoor air quality in classrooms as described in the State of California's Department of Health Services Standard Practice.
"By combining superior performance, cutting-edge style and eco-friendly materials, we have become the fitness industry's most popular choice in sport surfacing," said Dougherty. "We have long believed that listening closely and responding to our customers needs, using state-of-the-art technology and exercising responsibility for the environment in new product development is what sets us apart from the competition."
Fitness Management is the magazine for owners, managers and program directors in physical fitness facilities. Founded in 1985, the magazine publishes 12 issues per year with editorial content emphasizing facility management and preventive health care.