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Looking for Safe Flooring Options? Buy Solid Northern Hard Maple

Laminate made in China may have levels of formaldehyde as much as 13 times over the legal limit set by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). Formaldehyde is a known carcinogen which can lead to both short term and long term health effects. MFMA Northern Hard Maple meets the limits set by CARB.   Solid hardwoods are just that, solid, and do not contain formaldehyde as a binder. If you are looking for a US made product, look at solid northern hard maple. Since 1897, MFMA Northern Hard Maple has been the wood of choice for sports floors, commercial projects and homes. MFMA maple comes with peace of mind and quality assurance. An MFMA mill number is embossed into the back of every strip of MFMA maple. It is our guarantee that strictly enforced MFMA grading rules and quality standards have been painstakingly followed in the production of each strip of flooring. Each MFMA mill manufacturer is subject to periodic, unannounced third party inspections to assure strict adherence to MFMA grading rules and manufacturing tolerances. 

Connor Sports to Sponsor Peace Game During NBA All-Star Weekend

Connor Sports (Amasa, Mich.) and six other organizations are partnering to host the New York City Peace Game at the Harlem PAL in New York on Feb. 14, during NBA All-Star Weekend.The New York City Peace Game will feature 60 players from across the city competing in a tournament, as well as a brief speaking program with special guests. 

Former Mavericks executive Norm Sonju keeps 1986 All-Star Game floor at remote upstate NY camp

You have come to see the court that Larry Bird once shot on, and Spud Webb once dunked on, the same shimmering maple boards that Magic Johnson once said were home to maybe the best fast-break basketball he has ever been part of. It was the home court for arguably the most fabled All-Star Weekend of them all, held at Dallas’ Reunion Arena, Feb. 8-9, 1986, and Norm Sonju wants to show it to you.
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