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Sports Field Holdings, Inc. Awarded New Contract To Replace Baseball And Softball Fields At St. Joseph By The Sea High School On Staten Island New York

/EIN News/ -- WARRENVILLE, Ill., July 26, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sports Field Holdings, Inc. (the “Company” or “Sports Field”) (OTCQB:SFHI), through its wholly owned subsidiary FIRSTFORM®, Inc. (“FirstForm”), announced today that it was awarded a  contract to replace just over 179,000 square feet of synthetic turf and provide LED sports lighting for St Joseph by the Sea High School’s athletic facilities.

St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School is a private high school with approximately 1,300 students located on Staten Island in New York.  This project represents a significant upgrade the baseball and softball venues with the addition of new backstops, dugouts and drainage design.    

St. Joseph’s Principal Father Riley stated “there is no one else we would have considered for this work and no company in the industry we trust more than FirstForm Inc., and we are pleased to begin another project with them. The new baseball and softball field project represents the second PrimePlay™ surface placement on our campus and we could not be more excited.”  Jeromy Olson, FirstForm’s CEO said “Our working relationship at St Joseph By-The-Sea high school highlights our’s ability to partner with our clients and bring their entire campus plan to life.  From our world class PrimePlay™ sports surfaces to our Architectural and Engineering building services departments, Firstform is demonstrating the ability to deliver on the vision of our client, while proving ourselves to be innovative industry leaders in the sports facilities design and construction market.”  

About Sports Field Holdings, Inc.
Sports Field Holdings, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary FIRSTFORM, Inc., is a product development, engineering and design-build construction company, engaged in the design, engineering, constructing, and construction management of athletic facilities, and sports complexes. Construction management of sports facilities and synthetic turf sales are the two primary lines of business. These lines of business can be categorized as design, development, and manufacturing of sports surfacing products and associated pre-engineered construction systems.

To learn more about Sports Field Holdings, Inc. please visit http://ir.firstform.com/.

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