• November 21, 2009
  • News

Lebanon, PA – Regupol America LLC, inventor of recycled rubber products serving multi-purpose sports, fitness and commercial specialty flooring, recently manufactured the latest Regupol Base Track System at Lancaster Mennonite High School located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The track was sold and installed by local sports contractor, Abacus Sports Installations.

Renovations at Lancaster’s campus included a new field facility consisting of the Regupol Base Track System, soccer field, hockey stadium, junior varsity baseball field, and a widening of the rear entrance to allow for two-way traffic. The estimated cost for the project was over $1 million.

The Regupol Base Track System is 11mm thick, in black. The 8 lane track covers a total of 53,000 square feet surrounding the school’s field. In order to offset the costs of the track, the most recent benefit fundraiser, Iron Bridge Benefit Run, took place Saturday, November 21, 2009 in Lancaster, PA. Participants ran a 5K race where all proceeds benefited the Lancaster Mennonite School’s Regupol track completion.

“It’s always a great opportunity to see the community coming together to support school improvements,” said George Soukas, President, Regupol America. “As an avid runner, I know students will enjoy the new Regupol Base Track System.

For a PDF of the press release, click here.