SportsTurf

August 2018

SportsTurf provides current, practical and technical content on issues relevant to sports turf managers, including facilities managers. Most readers are athletic field managers from the professional level through parks and recreation, universities.

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ST: What advice can you share with younger turf managers about being successful in the profession? ALBINO: The advice I would give to younger turf managers is to get involved. Join your local chapter and participate rather than just attend meetings. Go to the STMA National Convention and expand your horizons and networking opportunities. Hang out with others that have a passion for our profession. I would also say that if you lack that passion in your gut, you should fi nd another job. I have been doing this for over 40 years and I still love what I do! ST: What are your passions and interests outside of work? ALBINO: Outside of work I would say my greatest passion is my family. I have been married to my wife Karen for 44 years; we have four children and eight grandkids. Hanging out with my grandchildren brings me incredible joy. I also like growing a huge vegetable garden and enjoying the hot peppers I grow and can. What a treat mid-winter! I like sitting around a fi re with family and friends enjoying life. I hunt and fi sh and we eat what we harvest. Quite often I sit back and refl ect on what a great life I have and thank God for all the blessings in my life. /ST/ Continued from page 16 STMASourcebook.com STMASourcebook.com The OFFICIAL online directory: STMA Sourcebook is an online directory of manufacturers and distributors of equipment and supplies of professional sports turf maintenance professionals, irrigation contractors, sports turf managers, professional grounds managers, custom chemical applicators, and other green industry professionals. Looking for an industry professional or product? Search the online STMASourcebook! www.spor tsturfonline.com 41 August 2018 // Examples include: Carryall 900 Grounds Maintenance Vehicle with a bed length of 101", it accommodates stake sides, rear receiver, reverse buzzer, power steering; Carryall 1700 Long-bed All-wheel Drive with an extended bed, cargo box, high-dump hopper, stake side kit, van box, electric bed lift, power steering; Carryall 1500 Automatic All-wheel drive Snow Removal Vehicle. Add a cab, electric bed lift, salt spreader, power steering or other items. Straight or V-plows available; Carryall 1700 six-passenger All-wheel Drive Utility Vehicle; Carryall 1500 Snow Removal Vehicle IT with automatic all wheel drive and our IntelliTach quick-change hydraulic tool attachment system. NEW FOX VERSAPLOW SKID-STEER MOUNTED PLOWS The new Fox VersaPlow combines the functions of a box-style containment pusher, a backdrag containment box, and a conventional snowplow into a single unit that mounts to a skid-steer or compact loader. The Fox VersaPlow is available in 8-foot and 10-foot blade widths with a steel trip-edge or urethane resilient-edge. Advanced hydraulic controls allow operators to change the configuration of the VersaPlow without the need to mount or re-mount equipment. The unit is available with a 14 pin connector to fit most skid steers and compact loaders, a 7-pin CANbus adapter for late model Bobcat® machines or a universal single-button diverter control and harness. The Fox VersaPlow comes in floating or standard mount configurations. /ST/

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