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5 Unique Windscreen Projects in Different Locations Around the Campus

Few things get us more excited than a good windscreen project. No other product offers more bang for your buck than a custom fence windscreen banner. The addition of a team’s branded logo and colors instantly transforms an average facility into one that has the professional feel of a university. More importantly, this transformation generates excitement and improves experience of athletes and fans.

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2 Popular Ways to Display Athletic Records Outside

School record boards are most often installed indoors, usually in the gym or athletic hallway. This is fine for sports that are played indoors, but creates a disconnect for sports that compete on fields and courts outside the building. Many fans and rival teams who attend sporting events never see the inside of the school. This is where an outdoor record board can be beneficial. It offers the opportunity to display records right where they’re broken, and where fans congregate.

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Island Coast High School Builds Cohesive Look with Record Board Project

Topics: Record Boards

The athletic department at Island Coast High School in Cape Coral, FL put together a comprehensive project that included a record board for each sport. Not only were they thoughtful about different sports and their various records, Island Coast was very deliberate in the way they displayed the boards.

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How Athletic Directors Set Their Baseball Field Apart

Just like the games being played out on the field, maintaining a clean, modern athletic facility is a competitive sport. Having a professional, sharp-looking ballpark will really set your program apart. With Spring Baseball and Softball upon us, keep in mind these three effective additions that will help your program differentiate itself from the competition.

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Controlling The First Impression of Your Athletic Facilities

First impressions are such an important aspect of your stadiums and tennis courts. It’s an impactful, nonverbal way to set the tone for visiting teams and fans. Don’t miss this great opportunity to establish your program from the moment your rival teams step off the bus.

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