Salt Lake City, UT March 31, 2013
RaceDeck Garage Flooring, the industry leader in premier modular garage flooring, is set to be featured on Season 3 of the DIY Network’s hit television series, ‘The Vanilla Ice Project’. The show, now a staple on the network, features a Florida home undergoing a massive renovation, turning an outdated fossil, into a million dollar mansion. The episode, which will feature RaceDeck, making its third straight appearance on the series, airs Sunday, March 31, 2013 at 10PM Eastern Standard Time.
RaceDeck® is widely recognized as the world’s leading garage flooring manufacturer and supplier, for both commercial and residential installations. The simple, do-it-yourself installation and unmatched durability make it the perfect choice for homeowners looking to give their home garages an easy and long lasting makeover. The invention of RaceDeck Garage Flooring pioneered the modular garage flooring industry that you see today. RaceDeck is the ‘original’ modular garage flooring company.
Host of ‘The Vanilla Ice Project’, 90’s pop icon Vanilla Ice (aka Rob Van Winkle), and his crew bring over 15 years of experience in home renovation to the small screen, in the DIY Network Series. Taking this Florida home apart room by room, the team transforms this house into a prime piece of Florida real estate, which includes a complete garage overhaul, where the new and improved garage will feature premium RaceDeck® Flooring.
About RaceDeck® Garage Flooring and SnapLock Industries-
RaceDeck® is the worldwide leader of the modular garage flooring industry. With over 35 years of history manufacturing and supplying premium modular flooring to customers worldwide, RaceDeck guarantees the highest possible quality and value. SnapLock Industries, the makers of RaceDeck Garage Flooring, manufacture their flooring product lines 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year in a 100,000 square foot, state of the art, ISO 9001:2008 Quality certified facility, in Salt Lake City Utah. All SnapLock products are proudly made in the USA.