AUSTIN, TX – 10-22-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — Hellas Construction is pleased to announce a two-year sponsorship with the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA). The sponsorship includes Hellas becoming a part of the 2018 and 2019 NIAAA Sports Turf Field Seminar which is held every year at the National Athletic Directors Conference. As a sponsor, Hellas will address the NIAAA breakfast held during the 2019 conference. Hellas will also consult on continuing education courses LTC 615 and 621.

“Hellas Construction is excited to partner with NIAAA as we work together in developing continuing education for the athletic administrators in the areas of synthetic surface innovation and turf system solutions for athlete safety.”states Debbie Adams, Vice President of Sales and Marketing“The NIAAA is very pleased to have Hellas Construction join in as a sponsor, and the expertise that the affiliation brings in the area of school athletic facility construction. The relationship will support the effort to educate athletic administrators in areas surrounding decision making and student-athlete safety in the construction of synthetic surfaces for fields, tracks and tennis courts” shared NIAAA Executive Director, Dr. Mike Blackburn.The 49th National Athletic Directors Conference will be held in San Antonio, Texas later this year. Hellas is a Texas High School Athletic Directors Association (THSADA) Title Sponsor in support of their work as host committee for the conference and will host a special event for participants Monday night.Adams adds, “As part of the Sports Turf Seminar coming up at the National, we look forward to showcasing some of Hellas’ newest technology.”The National Athletic Directors Conference, sponsored by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association, is the single premier conference that provides an outstanding educational in-service program for interscholastic athletic administrators. Hellas Construction, Inc. headquartered in Austin, TX, is one of the largest sports construction contractors in the United States. Specializing in the general construction of sports facilities and sports surfaces. Hellas champions innovative artificial turf manufacturing, base construction, field, track and tennis planning, installation and maintenance. hellasconstruction.comAbout the NIAAA: The NIAAA is based in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is the national leadership organization for high school and middle school athletic administrators. With current individual membership of over 10,000 the NIAAA consists of athletic administrators from associations in the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Internationally. The NIAAA leads in providing professional development for athletic administrators,serving as a resource and provider of safe and plentiful participation opportunities for the nation’s 7.9 million student-athletes.With conducting education- based athletic programs as the focus, NIAAA membership provides opportunity for professional development, education, certification, national award recognition and exchange of ideas with athletic administrators throughout the world.NIAAA champions the profession of athletic administration through education opportunities, advocating ethics, developing leaders and fostering community.

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