Connor Sports® hosted a “Making the Science Fun” sustainable forestry education event in Amasa, MI today in partnership with the Forest Park (MI) School District to begin the production process for the custom court that will manufactured at Connor’s mill in Amasa for the 2015 NCAA® Men’s Final Four®.
To some we are just a sports flooring company, but to our team and our customers we are much more than that. That is why last Saturday, which marked our 3rd anniversary of supporting the Chicago Peace League Basketball Tournament, was a day that we will always be proud of. Read on to discover why Connor Cares
The start of the final rounds was the start of fear, anxiety, defeat, excitement, energy and celebration in Madrid and Barcelona…it is "win or go home" time. Sixteen teams came into the two cities ready to play for their nation, their countrymen, their team and their personal pride. One team though carried a heavier weight, a greater legacy than any other. Read to find out which team embodies #WhereChampionsPlay
Today we want to take time to pay tribute to the top 3 teams of the week who embody the spirit of #WhereChampionsPlay from our ambassadors' eyes. We have also included a list of teams advancing in case you are curious. See who makes number 1 and why.
At Connor Sports, we believe in building champions on and off the court. And one of our own Technical Supervisors is following through with that mission by bringing the hopes of a kid with cancer, who needs a bone marrow transplant, to the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Grenada, Spain.
When you think of Connor Sports, you may not think of exploration or architecture. But you should. Connor Sports has pioneered the sports flooring market and the architecturally engineered sports flooring system that come along with it.
Read how our teams in Granada and Sevilla used their off day to explore the architecture and exploration of history of Spain…and how teams in Bilbao and Gran Canaria continued their journey of Connor Sports hardwood.
From playing professionally in Europe to installing the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup court, Gary Gray is thrilled with the progress of the sport and the surfaces on which basketball is played. Read Gary's story...