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Sports Field Holdings partners with Ray Lewis

May 27, 2015  - By

Ray_LewisSports Field Holdings has signed a three-year partnership agreement with former Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker and ESPN television personality Ray Lewis, according to a news release from the company.

During his 17-year career in the NFL, Ray Lewis was selected to 13 Pro Bowls and was a two-time Defensive Player of the Year award winner, making him one of only six to win the award multiple times. He also led the Baltimore Ravens to Super Bowl championships for both the 2000 and 2012 seasons, earning the MVP distinction at Super Bowl XXXV.

“I look forward to working with Sports Field Holdings as they bring their state-of-the-art athletic facilities and sports complexes to schools and communities throughout the country,” says Lewis. The company’s Replicated Grass brings together turf performance and athlete safety and I hope to leverage my experience as an athlete to further their research and development efforts. I plan to foster my relationships in the industry to increase awareness and help drive sales of the Company’s superior turn-key solutions.”

“We’re thrilled that Ray Lewis has elected to join the Sports Field Holdings Inc. team. The future Hall of Famer is an exceptional resource for the company as we continue to move forward with a number of strategic growth initiatives,” says Jeromy Olson, chief executive officer of Sports Field Holdings. “Ray’s exhaustive network of personal relationships within the NFL and NFL Players Association, as well as with university athletic directors and coaches, will provide the Company with access to a wealth of potential opportunities.”

Sports Field Holdings is a product development company engaged in the design, engineering and construction of athletic facilities and sports complexes.

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