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FoldFast introduces lacrosse goal that looks great in the yard

Friday, 10th May 2013

Categories Boy's/Men's, Girl's/Women's, High School, Youth  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/10/13
From Press Release

Backyard practice goals for lacrosse no longer have to be an eyesore.

The reason: FoldFast Goals (http://www.foldfastgoals.com/home/), a sports equipment supplier that developed the popular backyard lacrosse backstop called The LaxStop, has introduced lacrosse goals that are completely green, including the heavy-duty 5mm net.Fold Fast goal

Appropriately called The Green Goal, the new addition to the FoldFast line is designed to fit in well with both a beautiful yard and the neighborhood.

“Parents who have had to live with an unsightly practice goal in their front or back yard now have reason to cheer,” states FoldFast president, Rick Raber. “The Green Goal is intended to blend in with the scenery rather than stand out, while still allowing players to both practice their skills.”

A former national All-American high school selection and All-Ivy League soccer player at Princeton University, Raber honed his skills on a large backyard goal – one that his mother asked him to hide when guests visited.

“There is no reason a backyard goal needs to be bright orange,” Raber said. “This goal is easily visible to the player. It’s just easier on everyone else’s eyes. It’s the same reason our LaxStop is green and customers have told us they love that feature.”
Durable, All-Steel Construction

The Green Goal is official size, measuring six feet by six feet by seven feet. Easy to assemble and move, the goal’s durable, all-steel frame stands up to the hardest shots. It comes with heavy-duty 5 mm net, lacing cord, and bungee fasteners. It also features easy, quick, push-button assembly that requires no tools.

FoldFast has also introduced a green goal for soccer.

For more information on The Green Goal, visit foldfastgoals.com or call 1-800-573-0621.


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