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John Hamar leaves a legacy.

It is with great sadness that we announce that MFMA Hall of Fame member, John Hamar, passed away July 17, 2017.   A memorial service will be held for John at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 22, 2017, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Chassell, Reverend Dr. Philip Johnson to officiate.   Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, July 21, 2017, at the church and one hour prior to services.

Do You Have A “Dead Spot” On Your Gym Floor?

In layman’s terms, “dead spots” are locations on a sports floor where ball rebound is markedly less than on the majority of the rest of the surface. Many flooring systems exhibit vibrations and sound variations when a basketball is bounced at different locations. Often, areas where vibrations and sound variations are observed are mistakenly termed “dead spots.” Provided the ball rebounds to a reasonably consistent height in comparison to other locations on the floor, areas where vibrations and sound variations are present do not typically qualify as true “dead spots.”

Bill Price, The Face of MFMA - Summer 2017

We are very pleased to share our Summer 2017 Face of MFMA, Bill Price. For the past 26 years, Bill has worked in the hardwood flooring industry. He is a fourth-generation wood flooring professional and lives in the Boston area where his family has been in the wood flooring business since 1910. For the past 12 years, Bill has been the National Sport Manager for Bona. He has relationships with many professional, dedicated sport floor contractors across the country. Bill has also worked and consulted for the NBA, numerous NBA facilities, NCAA schools and arenas, Disney and many school districts regarding their athletic and facility programs nationwide.
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