American Sports Builders Association and Racquet Sports Industry Magazine Recognize Fast-Dry Courts with 4 “Court of the Year” Awards

Fast-Dry Courts earns the tennis industry’s highest honor for 11th Consecutive Year

Pompano Beach, FL (December 1, 2006) – The American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) ( and Racquet Sports Industry Magazine (RSI) ( revealed today that Fast-Dry Courts, Inc. has been awarded four “Court of the Year” awards for 2006.  The ASBA awards program is designed to promote the highest standards of excellence in tennis court and track construction.  This announcement marks an unprecedented eleventh consecutive year Fast-Dry Courts has been recognized for excellence in court construction.  The following Fast-Dry Courts projects were received 2006 “Court of the Year” awards:

  • Bath Club, Miami Beach, FL
  • Boulevard Club, Vero Beach, FL
  • Hillsboro Club, Hillsboro, FL
  • Seiderman Residence, Coral Springs, FL

“We are proud to once again be recognized as one of the leading tennis court construction companies in the United States,” said Stephen N. Dettor, President of Fast-Dry Courts, Inc.  “I find it particularly rewarding to know that each of the projects honored were managed by different Project Managers.  I believe this is a testament to the uniform commitment to quality and excellence we have throughout our organization.” 
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About Fast-Dry Courts, Inc.

Fast-Dry Courts, Inc. specializes in the construction, resurfacing and repair of tennis courts and athletic surfaces.  Recognized as the 2005 national “Tennis Court Contractor of the Year” by Racquet Sports Industry Magazine, Fast-Dry Courts provides its customers with a complete set of construction services, from initial design and consultation to new construction, resurfacing, repairs, lighting and fencing.  Fast-Dry Courts works with a variety of different customer segments, including private homeowners, country clubs, municipalities, condominiums, apartments, hotels and resorts, real estate developers, general contractors, high schools, colleges and universities.  Founded in 1987, Fast-Dry Courts, Inc. is headquartered in Pompano Beach, Florida.  For more information, visit

About American Sports Builders Association (ASBA)

The ASBA was founded in 1965 as the U.S. Tennis Court & Track Builders Association (USTC&TBA) by a group of contractors who recognized the need for an organization that could help them address their mutual problems, set industry standards and keep them informed on issues pertinent to their businesses. Its name was changed in 2004 to reflect the broad range of work performed by its members. With more than 300 member companies, ASBA is a national organization for builders, designers and suppliers of materials for tennis courts, running tracks, synthetic turf fields, indoor and outdoor synthetic sports surfaces. It is recognized as a centralized source for technical information, including consumer-oriented information. Headquartered in Maryland , the ASBA works to raise professional standards and to insure that consumers receive services of the highest quality.

About Racquet Sports Industry Magazine (RSI)

Racquet Sports Industry Magazine (RSI) is the leading publication that follows the trends and themes of the tennis business. RSI covers all of the major commercial aspects of the tennis industry, including racquet manufacturers (Wilson, Prince, Dunlop), clothing and accessory manufacturers (Tail, Diadora, Adidas), court products manufacturers, retailers and court construction companies.

Media Contacts:

Stephen C. Dettor, President

10-S Tennis Supply
(954) 969-5440