ATT Sports is a company that installs a product that can last well over a decade, and most schools have just one running track. We stand by our work and the products we choose to install, but building running tracks doesn’t come with the same constant customer-supplier relationship after the work is completed that companies in other industries enjoy.
That doesn’t mean we stop caring once the final event markings are painted and athletes can start clocking new personal records on their brand new tracks.
Aside from a referral to do the work at another school, the greatest sense of pride ATT Sports feels as a company is from seeing student-athletes achieve success on tracks we installed.
Take a recent exchange with the coach at Rancocas Valley Regional High School in Southern New Jersey. ATT Sports built the Red Devils a new track in 2015, and when the team recently announced NCAA Division I commitments for three girls on the team, we were excited.
Thank you so much! Since we got the new track our program has been on the rise ❤— Eric Warren (@CoachE_Warren) November 16, 2020
Members of the RV girls’ track and field team signed to complete at Monmouth University, the University of Wisconsin and DePaul University; all Division I track and field programs.
We hope to see all three of them competing for their respective colleges at Franklin Field for the Penn Relays soon!
Being known for the quality of our work above all else, ATT Sports is fortunate to have stories similar to that at Rancocas Valley throughout the Northeast. Olympian Sydney McLaughlin ran on our track at New Jersey’s Union Catholic High School. Girard College in Philadelphia was home to Thelma Davies, one of the top sprinters in the country, currently competing at Louisiana State University. Freehold Township High School’s Andrew Colbert competed on our track as a Patriot before moving on to another ATT Sports track at the University of Pennsylvania. A similar ATT-to-ATT move was also made by Abby Loveys (Randolph High School to Princeton University), Nikhila Obbineni (South Brunswick to University of Pennsylvania), Jack Stanley (West Morris-Mendham to Princeton University) and Delia Russo (Colts Neck High School to University of Pennsylvania).
The surfacing was barely cured at Donovan Catholic High School in Toms River, NJ when standout sprinter James Bivins recently committed to run at Rutgers University. We’re excited to see how his senior season goes on the Griffins’ new track!
The list goes on and on when you look at schools such as Netpune and Pleasantville, which produced Olympic standouts Ajeé Wilson and Nia Ali, respectively. ATT Sports surfaced the tracks for the Scarlet Fliers in 2018 and the Greyhounds in 2016. Up in Connecticut, we did the track at Manchester High School, but a few years after Olympic Long Jumper Michael Hartfield walked the halls there.
All the credit goes to the athletes, their families and their coaches. But creating a practice and competition environment where success is possible starts with the right products being installed by the right people. Time and time again, ATT Sports has proven to be the go-to company if you want a running track done right, on time, at the right cost. Success is bred from there.