Winning story about artificial turf

Here’s an interesting history story about artificial turf. In 1969, the football stadium of the University of Pennsylvania switched from grass to artificial turn. It was the first National Football League stadium to use artificial turf. Since that time, there has been numerous improvements in artificial turf and 13 National Football League stadiums have switched from grass to a softer artificial turf. It’s much tougher than real grass, looks and feels like real grass, the players prefer it – and with low maintenance costs, it has saved the field owners considerable money. Another winning story about artificial turf! The Grass Queen