PEM’s Marine Flooring at the SEC Championship
Have you ever noticed a gator or a razorback slip when getting out of the pool? If you mentioned no, that may possibly be in part to PEM’s marine matting staying employed at the SEC swimming and diving championship. Obviously we are not speaking about the animals, but mascots that represent some of the country’s greatest universities.
The SEC or Southeastern Conference is comprised of schools like the University of Florida, Vanderbilt University, Louisiana State University and Auburn University. Each and every year the greatest from the conference compete in the conference championship to figure out a winner, which can be tough because SEC schools have also won an astonishing 23 NCAA swimming championships.
The 2011 SEC Championship was held at the University of Florida’s Stephen C. O’Connell Center. Utilizing PEM’s slip-resistant properties and comfort to bare feet, our matting was put in on the pools bulkheads. Also because PEM consists of an antimicrobial biocide and can be rolled up for easy storage, it can be employed at future occasions for years to come.
This year, athletes broke a number of SEC records with the Auburn University coming away with the win for the males and the University of Georgia the winner for the girl. It was a wonderful weekend of friendly competition and big crowds to cheer the student-athletes on. Take a look at the photos of PEM in action!
Marine phytoplankton – The North Sea