Hats-Off to ACP Hockey's Austin Caldwell for utilizing synthetic ice training in his program. Check-out this recent article by Jeff Klein of the Columbian in Vancouver, BC.
The summer heat has done nothing to melt the passion of die-hard skaters that LOVE the idea of "Bringing the Rink Home." Since PolyGlide Synthetic Ice started our social media "Christmas in July" promotion last month we have been inundated with comments and "shares" from parents, friends, relatives and skaters of all ages that can't wait for Santa!!
Rest assured there's still 93 shoppping days until Christmas but the Holiday will come early for one lucky skater on July 25th, 2017!! PolyGlide Ice will be shipping out the New 8' X 12' Holiday Lawn Rink to the lucky winner of this months promotion! This will not only be a great home practice rink but will be the ultimate in Holiday Decoration much like when PolyGlide was featured on the Weather Channels "Epic Christmas" feature. (See Here: https://youtu.be/uFibvMxKu6w )
So be sure to check out our Facebook page on July 25th to see who the lucky winner is!!.....IT MAY BE YOU!!!!
Angela Barbuti of Heavy.com offers some insight on PolyGlide Synthetic Ice and founder Jim Loughran.
Welcome skaters of all ages to the official PolyGlide blog with all the latest news, articles and updates from the skating world and beyond! Since PolyGlide was showcased on ABC's Shark Tank last December it's been quite an exciting run!! The "Proof of Concept" set forth by PolyGlide owner and founder Jim Loughran was proven true as it has become clear to us all that people LOVE to ice skate!!!.....and if they can do it in the privacy of their own home or facility they will!
No longer do folks living in the warm climate areas have to rely on driving to the local rink (in some cases hours) to practice or learn to ice skate. They can now build their own rink right in their backyard, playroom or basement!! Parents can now teach their children to ice skate in shorts and a tee shirt without having to drive to the rink and watch their child hug onto the handrail looking forward to the first hot chocolate break....lol.
Check out this recent response to our Facebook post when we asked "How Far Do You Have To Drive To The Rink?....We Want To Know.