PlayCore Celebrates 50 years of the National Recreation and Park Association

The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) is holding their annual conference September 15-17 in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center.   This year PlayCore continues its leading presence at NRPA with more than 15,000 square feet of new innovative products, research, programs, and exciting opportunities for show attendees. PlayCore’s brands are debuting several industry firsts, from family play opportunities, to brand new ways to take fitness outside, to a wealth of new ideas for water play!

 
The company is also holding 6 professional development sessions providing knowledge to attendees on a variety of current topics that promote best practices in play and recreation.
 
Check out our schedule of upcoming NRPA conference sessions: http://www.playcore.com/SummerNewsletter2015.html
 
About PlayCore: PlayCore helps build stronger communities around the world by advancing play through research, education, and partnerships. The company infuses this learning into its complete family of brands. PlayCore combines best in class planning and education programs with the most comprehensive array of recreation products available to create play solutions that match the unique needs of the each community they serve. Learn more at http://www.playcore.com
 

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