The Synthetic Turf Association was established to grow the market for synthetic turf products through educating users and consumers, promoting synthetic turf in existing and emerging markets, and monitoring and acting on legislative and regulatory issues that can impact the industry.
New Synthetic Turf Association launches website
The Synthetic Turf Association (STA) was established to grow the market for synthetic turf products through educating users and consumers, promoting synthetic turf in existing and emerging markets, and monitoring and acting on legislative and regulatory issues that can impact the industry, and the association has launched its website (www.syntheticturfassociation.org) as one of the first steps in meeting its goals. Designed to educate the public and potential end users about the benefits and potential uses of synthetic turf, the website also serves as an introduction to the newly launched association whose mission is to provide value and growth opportunities for its members through the collective promotion and education of synthetic turf..
The website offers a wealth of information related to synthetic turf, including environmental benefits, standards, and building codes. It also serves a clearing house for industry information and news. In addition, the website offers more detailed information about the association, membership and benefits.
“STA was launched earlier this year to offer the synthetic turf industry a new voice and the public website is one step in that direction,” said association chairman Hank Steinbrecher in announcing the launch.
The Synthetic Turf Association (STA) was established to help grow the market for synthetic turf products. It will accomplish this by being laser focused on: Educating users, specifiers, and the industry about the value of synthetic turf products; Promoting the use of synthetic turf products to decision makers and specifiers of athletic fields, commercial and residential applications; Advocating on behalf of the synthetic turf manufacturing industry to ensure synthetic turf products can compete fairly in the open marketplace. To learn more about the Synthetic Turf Association, visit the website at www.syntheticturfassociation.org or contact the association offices at 630-942-6586