SnapSports® Is The Official Basketball Court For AAU’s “All Under One Roof Jam On It” Series of Tournaments

The AAU Jam On It, will be hosting a series of All Under One Roof Basketball Tournaments in Las Vegas, beginning July 21, 2011 at the Las Vegas Hilton and Las Vegas Hilton Convention Center. Over 300 teams, representing 20 different states, are expected to participate in this series of tournaments, which includes the West Coast National Championships, the Jam On It Grand Finale, and the AAU West Coast Junior Olympics. Each of the tournaments will be played on SnapSports® patented basketball sports surfacing.

SnapSports® Athletic Floors, featuring SnapSports’ patented ShockTower® technology, is the industry’s first and only modular flooring system to incorporate a multi-patent, absorbent sub-structure and is the industry’s most advanced suspended modular sports flooring. SnapSports ShockTower® floors feature a resilient shock technology that offers excellent impact control and rolling support for an added level of player safety during aggressive play and superior performance.

“SnapSports basketball sports flooring is awesome, it’s easy to install, easy to clean, and offers unparalleled player safety and performance, it’s truly second to none and our players love it!” – Matt Williams, Tournament Director, Jam On It –All Under One Roof Basketball Tournaments

The AAU Tournaments have been strategically separated so more teams could benefit from the experience. Jam On It will have tournament courts set-ups in both the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Las Vegas Hilton Center, the configuration will mean that teams do not have to leave the building for play, and is expected to provide an incredibly exciting atmosphere.

“We are excited for the opportunity to continue our long-standing relationship with the ‘AAU Jam On It’ organization and provide the industries best high-performance basketball courts these athletes need to perform at the top of their game” – Jorgen Moller, CEO, SnapSports®, Inc.

By |July 21st, 2011|Basketball, News|