Ecore donates flooring to Lionheart Youth Training

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Ecore’s Basic Fit was donated to Lionheart Youth Training Facility.

Lancaster, Pa.—Ecore said it continues to make good on its mission to make people’s lives better through its most recent donation of 2,000 square feet of performance flooring to Lancaster, Pa.-based Lionheart Training, a youth facility that provides physical conditioning and athletic training to inner-city children aged 6-12. The youth training facility and camp offers services to kids from Lancaster and surrounding communities and is operated by Carlos and Kisha Rodriguez.

“We are always looking for ways to make people’s lives better and promote active and healthy lifestyles in our community, especially when it comes to children,” said Bo Barber, director of sales and marketing for Ecore. “We know this flooring will help these kids stay active and safe and we expect that kids of all ages will continue to enjoy the new flooring for years to come.”

Ecore said it donated several of its popular athletic performance flooring products for installation in the new facility. Ecore’s RageTurf Motivate was installed in the primary space for functional training activities and is said to offer outstanding energy restitution and force reduction, excellent coefficient of friction and noise reduction.

Ecore’s Basic Fit flooring product was installed in the cardio and treadmill training area and also was installed in the lounge and computer/learning room where children do schoolwork or watch film to further enhance their training needs, according to the company.

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