Connor Sport Court International (CSCI) today announced a renewal of its partnership with the international sport community organization Beyond Sport.
CSCI is a Beyond Sport Event Supplier of the 2014 Beyond Sport United in New York City and will be a Host Supporter of the 2014 Beyond Sport Summit in South Africa. As a part of the partnership, CSCI will install a Sport Court basketball court for a non-profit sports organization in South Africa and announce its new Courts for Communities, aimed at helping non-governmental organizations improve sports facilities worldwide.
“Connor Sport Court is proud to partner with Beyond Sport and support the mission to use sport to address social issues in communities around the globe," said Ron Cerny, CEO of Connor Sport Court International. “As a leading international sports industry supplier, we understand the power and influence of sport and the opportunity to be a change agent in providing inspirational support in needy communities and are glad we can help make a difference.”
"The provision of safe spaces to play sits at the very heart of the sport for social change movement," said Nick Keller, founder of Beyond Sport. “We have been proud to work with the visionary Connor Sport Court team to deliver community-transforming facilities in neighbourhoods as far apart as Philadelphia and Tanzania, and are incredibly excited to take our partnership to a new level."
About Connor Sport Court International (http://www.connorsportcourt.com)
Connor Sport Court is the market leader in sports surfacing and has built systems for many elite associations including the NBA, NCAA, FIBA, USATF and USA Volleyball. We specialize in both wood and synthetic surfaces and have appropriate solutions for every type of athletic, park or multi-use facility.
More athletic events are played on Connor Sport Court surfaces than on any other sports flooring in the world. Sport Court® is a registered trade mark of Connor Sport Court International. It is used to identify the original and authentic modular sport surfaces developed and continuously improved since they were introduced in 1974.
About Beyond Sport (http://www.beyondsport.org)
Beyond Sport promotes, supports and celebrates the use of sport to address social issues in communities around the world. We do this through global events, awards schemes and a year-round online network.