Turface Athletics is supporting communities preparing fields for play, in some cases after a full year without baseball or softball, as part of its Rebuild the Field program. The initiative provides rebates back on essential field maintenance products in an effort to allow customers to give their field extra care this season without breaking their budgets.
Customers that purchase eligible Turface and SAF conditioners and clays can earn back $60 per ton for purchases made between February 21 and March 21, 2021.
“With cancellations and postponements, last year was a tough one for sports,” said Jeff Langner, brand manager for Turface Athletics. “This year, we’re excited to play a part in rebuilding ballfields across the country so athletes can safely and fully enjoy a new season of team sports. Our Grounds Crew team is ready to get back on the field and help in any way they can.”
The $60 per ton rebate is valid on all bagged Turface Athletics and SAF products. Rebates can be submitted at Turface.com/rebates with the rebate code “REBUILD” until April 30, 2021. Participating Turface Athletics distributors can be found at TurfaceGroundsCrew.com.
Additionally, every truckload of bulk material a customer purchases qualifies them for one entry to win one of two $500 Turface Athletics gift cards. Customers must email a copy of their distributor invoice and their contact information to email@example.com to enter. Eligible products include all Turface- and SAF-branded infield mixes and track materials. One winner will be selected on March 21 and April 21, 2021.
Customers can also share photos of their field rebuilds for a chance to win prizes, including Turface gear, free products or even an on-site consultation by a member of the Turface Grounds Crew. Customers can enter by tweeting at @TurfaceProducts on Twitter and sharing their photos using the hashtag #rebuildthefield. Winners will be selected throughout February and March.
Full details on the Rebuild the Field program can be found at TurfaceGroundsCrew.com. For video education, maintenance tips and product information direct from the Turface Grounds Crew, visit Turface.com.