Energize your next sporting event party with some friendly competition of your own. The 14-Foot Shuffleboard Table will give you, your family, and your friends the ultimate shuffleboard experience. Since this high-quality shuffleboard table is covered in your favorite college team logo and colors, you can cheer on your team at the same time you play. The playing surface is constructed of 1.25-inch-thick, kiln-dried solid maple, which is planed and sanded to provide the optimal playing surface. The cradle is constructed of .75-inch-thick fir plywood and high pressure laminate, all decked out with your favorite team logo and colors. The innovative pedestal-style legs are equipped with threaded rubber padded levelers, which allow you to easily adjust the table before your big home tournament begins.
Made in the USA, this 14-foot shuffleboard is made exclusively for Sports Fan Products by Venture, the world's most respected manufacturer of high-quality shuffleboards with over 50 years experience in manufacturing high quality gaming tables. This shuffleboard table comes with a complete set of weights, maintenance kit, and two cans of wax. The round electronic scoring unit is optional and continues the fun college team theme.
Show your team loyalty by adding this awesome shuffleboard to your home game room. Order today and let the friends and good times shuffle in.
About Sports Fan Products
In 2004, Sports Fan Products, LLC introduced a portfolio of logo game room products for the true sports fan. Sports Fan Products (SFP) now offers a comprehensive line of officially licensed collegiate game room products, making them the ultimate source for college game room products.
A percentage of SFP's profits are contributed directly to the Buoniconti Fund, the national fundraising arm of the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. This fund for paralysis research was co-founded by Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame linebacker Nicolas A. Buoniconti and is named for his son, Marc Buoniconti, who was paralyzed making a tackle during a college football game in 1985.