Horner Flooring, a family-owned business based in Dollar Bay, Michigan, is providing the game floor designed for the NBA 2012 All Star game that will be conducted in Orlando, Florida. Since 1891, Horner has been manufacturing basketball flooring in Michigan.
2012 NBA All Star Game played on a Horner floor creating jobs in Michigan
During the NBA season, more than half of the games are expected to be played on a portable basketball floor system known as Horner Pro King. The design of the Pro King helps the floor system to be installed at a lightning speed and makes the floor a fitting choice for arena managers everywhere. In Michigan, the Palace of Auburn Hills and the MSU Spartans play on the Horner Pro-King flooring system.
Horner, the Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association’s charter member, has produced millions of feet of game floors to create basketball courts and these floors have been set up all across the US. One can find in any state that a Horner maple basketball floor provides colleges or local high schools with the finest maple basketball surface.
The home office and the manufacturing facility of Horner are located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The company produces basketball flooring in a Green zero-waste, employee-friendly manufacturing facility and it uses in-process scrap as the unique fuel to dry up lumber as well as heat the facilities. Through creating flooring system, the NBA and Horner are providing manufacturing jobs to the local residents.
Horner Sports Flooring, a manufacturer of maple athletic flooring system, is providing portable and multiple permanent athletic maple flooring solutions for different applications such as the 2012 NBA All-Star game, schools and colleges all across the nation.