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ASBA in the Blogosphere

As ASBA continues to expand its reach into the Internet, it has begun blogging on four sites, each dealing with a different division of the membership.

TennisNow ( publishes ASBA's Tennis Court Construction Report. This blog, published every two weeks, covers topics of interest to the tennis community with regard to facility design and construction. Some of the topics covered have included award-winning facilities, announcements of new Certified Tennis Court Builders, tennis topics that have been announced for upcoming meetings, association election results, and more.

RunBlogRun ( comes out multiple times each week and is produced by American Track and Field publisher Larry Eder. It often contains information about the competitive track and field circuit, so ASBA publishes periodic news that is of interest to the track community. This might include announcements of publications, the opening of ASBA's awards program, and more.

AB Newswire ( AB Newswire is the e-newsletter published regularly by Athletic Business. ASBA publishes a weekly blog that covers contemporary issues in sports and sports facilities, indoor and outdoor, with the objective of informing readers on some of the various issues in the industry.

SportsTurf Insider ( SportsTurf Insider is an e-newsletter that goes out twice a month to the readers of SportsTurf Magazine. ASBA publishes a regular blog on issues pertaining to the sports turf industry, and those articles are also picked up in Articles have dealt with the availability of the Certified Field Builder (CFB) program, field-related topics to be presented at upcoming meetings, and elections of leaders within the Association.

ASBA is always looking for other opportunities to blog, and for ideas for blog subjects. Please send all information to  

2011 American Sports Builders Association 

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