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TAG: Arizona

The Andersons adds Phil Brown as territory manager

April 19, 2022By

Brown will serve as territory manager for the company's turf and specialty business, managing distribution of products in California, Nevada, Arizona and Hawaii. read more

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Quali-Pro hires Justin Ruiz

September 20, 2021By

Control Solutions Inc. added a new member to the Quali-Pro team: Justin Ruiz, who will support the Quali-Pro Brand in the newly created West area territory. read more

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STMA names Stars & Stripes winner

August 19, 2021By

Josh Lenz won the fifth annual "Stars and Stripes" contest winner. Lenz is the Assistant Manager of Athletic Grounds for Arizona State University. read more

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High school first to use ocean plastic infill on football field

August 3, 2020By
(Photo: Act Global)

  Elite Turf has partnered with Act Global to bring its all-in-one innovative Power System to the U.S. market. Previously only available in Europe, the Elite Turf Power system combines Act Global’s triple-fiber woven Xtreme Turf and a non-rubber infill developed to create a first-of-its-kind product that is recyclable while enhancing safety, playability and durability. It is designed for use on for a... read more

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How the Milwaukee Brewers training complex has dealt with COVID-19

June 9, 2020By
All through 2019, the Brewers' Maryvale complex underwent a $63 million renovation and expansion. (Photo: Matt Ramirez)

For much of the Northern Hemisphere, 2020 has delivered a spring like no other. For Matt Ramirez, director of grounds for the Milwaukee Brewers’ spring training complex here in suburban Phoenix, it has been a period of stark contrasts. For all of February and some of March, he and his crews watched as ballplayers took to the fields they had... read more