SYMMETRY TURF MAKES A DIFFERENCE OFF THE FIELD

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HUDSON, TEXAS – 04-16-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Symmetry Turf, a leading sports construction company and a strong advocate of community investment, recently gave back to Hudson ISD with a donation supporting the students and athletic department at the school.

Hudson ISD chose Symmetry Turf to construct their multi-field sports project with Symmetry’s Genesis® turf system along with other upgrades to the existing stadiums. The district chose Symmetry because of their reputation for high quality construction, premium materials, and the first-class customer service that has become synonymous with the Symmetry Turf brand. 

“Thank you for your generous donation,” wrote Barrett A. Lankford, CFO of Hudson ISD, “This was a tremendous and wonderful surprise and we truly appreciate you and your company for giving back to Hudson”

“We take our mission seriously and are always looking for ways we can impact communities that we partner with in ways that go beyond construction.” said Kelly T. Clark, Director of Sales and Marketing at Symmetry Turf.

About Symmetry Turf
Symmetry Turf is a sports construction company that specializes in building athletic facilities, sports fields, and tracks for schools, professional stadiums, and municipalities throughout the country. Headquartered in Mt. Pleasant, Texas, Symmetry is an industry leader in sports construction and athletic playing surfaces.

 

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Symmetry Turf Sports Construction
Full Name: Victor Rutledge
Phone: 9038608070
Email Address: Send Email
Website: www.symmetryturf.com

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