A Canadian PSP called Print Three has helped turn space within the Core Shopping Centre in Calgary into a tennis court to promote the first Men's ATP Tennis event in Calgary.
Called the Calgary National Bank Challenger, the event in October was held at the Alberta Tennis Centre as part of the ATP Challenger Tour, a series of tournaments to showcase rising stars. Print Three used SpotOn Floor 200 from Drytac to create a public tennis court in the downtown Calgary shopping centre to promote it. Its general manager Mark Eisan said:
"We were testing products and laminates for the tennis court application and an installation partner recommended Drytac SpotOn Floor 200 after hearing about it at a conference. Our testing was intense, but we had planned to repair or replace areas. However, we did not need to as the product adhered for the ten days it was on the floor, and at the end of the project was removed in 20 minutes with no additional clean-up."